Kara gislason traueranzeige -Alfred Gislason, the head coach of the Icelandic handball team, has spoken up for the first time about the death of his wife Kara-Gudrun. “It was shocking how quickly everything happened,” the Isländer said in an interview with “Sport Bild” about his wife’s cancer, which took her life on May 31. “It was shocking how quickly everything happened.” Die Familie lebte in der Nähe von Magdeburg, im Jerichower Land, and was of German descent.
When the diagnosis was made by the doctors at the beginning of May, the 61-year-old had given some thought to his decision to retire and had considered informing the German Handball Federation (DHB) of his decision. “My first reaction was to call Axel Kromer and tell him to come to Island with me, and then we go to Island and spend the time Kara has left with us together,” Gislason explained.
His wife, on the other hand, has removed him from the contemplation. “I am grateful to the DHB for allowing me to be in peace for the entire month of May,” he said of the hospital.
He had been married for more than 40 years and had known his wife for at least 15 years before the Olympic Games in Tokio. Gislason had been on the verge of a divorce when the games were scheduled. His wife, on the other hand, wanted him to continue playing handball “unconditionally.” As a result, Gislason listened to their advice and says today: »It was wonderful to be able to play handball at this period.«
The Christmas holidays were spent by the family patriarch Gislason in the company of his closest friends and family in his hometown. In Island Kraft, he gathered his family, including his parents, children, and enkels, to prepare for the upcoming tasks. It’s time to get ready for the upcoming tournament. His third season as a DHB coach.
Gislason, whose contract with the German Handball Federation was recently extended until 2024, is unable to recover from his dissatisfaction with the first two tournaments of his administration. Following a slew of miscues by teammates, the team finished 12th at the World Championships in Egypt at the start of the year, then in Tokio in the summer, the team was eliminated in the Olympic quarterfinals. »I am completely dissatisfied with the results,« Gislason says, adding that the results were “entertaining” under pressure.
It wasn’t the first time this had happened. “The Krebs had returned, bringing with him all of his might and brutality. “It was a brain tumour, a very rare and deadly one,” Gislason explains in an interview with the German sports magazine “Sportbild.” “…..
As a result, Gislason wishes to resign from his position as Bundestrainer. “My first reaction was to call Axel Kromer and tell him to come to Island with me, and then we go to Island and spend the time Kara has left with us together,” Gislason explained. “It was a natural reaction for me to do that.
He had specifically stated that he did not want to participate in the Olympic Games, but his wife had stated that this was not a concern for her: “As if she had foreseen the fact that she would be leaving sooner rather than later, Kara responded, “No.” That’s something I hadn’t considered before: we still have a year and a half to go.”