Toft Hansen – Dragicevic exchange deal of AG Copenhagen and THW Kiel

Serbian line player, Milutin Dragicevic (29) will definitely leave THW Kiel just after one season at the Baltic Sea. As the best player of the Danish championship in the T-shirts of the BSV Silkeborg named “Hercules” because of his strength and power, Dragicevic came to THW Kiel on the four season contract basis, but he didn’t found himself in the team with the biggest ambitions.THW coach, Alfred Gislason announced that he wants “200 cm tall line player” and that he wasn’t in the club, when contract with Dragicevic was signed (time of Noka Serdarusic and Schwenker).  Meanwhile, Dragicevic changed the diet regime, so he lost five kilos in the last 12 months. Dragicevic said that he was proud that he was part of the team, but he and his family will feel better in some other environment with less results pressure.Only but the big problem is that Dragicevic has three years contract with the team, which weight is about 900.000 Euro.  Freedom is expensive as also team’s mistakes, so THW is trying to find another solution. German and Danish media wrote about exchange among THW Kiel and AG Copenhagen. A new Danish handball star, Rene Toft Hansen, who has signed contract with THW Kiel from 2012 has to come this summer to the “Zebras” while Dragicevic will become a member of the Danish champion, who has great ambition in the EHF Champions League next season.Is that true, we will find out in the next few days… handball transfersMilutin DragicevicRene Toft HansenTHW Kiel ← Previous Story Junior’s WC in Greece: Five teams with 100% after three games Next Story → EHF published Women’s Euro Cup seedings read more

Google Glass moviegoer detained by US Homeland Security over piracy fears

first_imgA MAN WAS questioned by police after he was suspected of recording a cinema screening with his Google Glass device.Writing anonymously on the Gadgeteer, the Glass user said that he had the device turned off during the screening, but still wore them for its prescription lenses.He was wearing them during a screening of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit in AMC, and halfway through the movie, he was hauled out by police and officers from homeland security who accused him of recording the movie.He was then brought to a room where he was interrogated for over an hour. After asking him questions about who he worked for, they then connected the device to their computer and checked all the files on it. [the officer] connected my Glass to the computer, downloaded all my personal photos and started going though them one by one (although they are dated and it was obvious there was nothing on my Glass that was from the time period they accused me of recording). Then they went through my phone, and five minutes later they concluded I had done nothing wrong. The man didn’t receive an apology, but was offered four free movie passes instead, which he said “infuriated” him.A spokesperson for the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Khaalid Walls confirmed the incident saying the man voluntarily answered questions from officers with ICE Homeland Security Investigations.AMC said it contacted authorities after identifying someone wearing a recording device, and said it takes movie theft seriously.(Additional reporting by Associated Press)Read: Google Glass app allows you to see what your partner sees during sex >Read: Google developing smart contact lens that will aid diabetics >last_img read more