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Sunday, 14 December 2008
Hyvärinen: Tiitu couldn’t miss
He played his first world championship but he was one of the best players. He scored four of seven Finnish goals in the final. Even the most important one in overtime. „Tiitu couldn’t miss. When I passed to him he only had an empty goal in front of him,“ said Rickie Hyvärinen. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Jihde: Life goes on
You planned a grandiose finish of your representation career. However, finally you became the first Swedish captain who is coming back home without the gold medal. „Hard day bur life goes on,“ said Niklas Jihde. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Tiitu: I’ve just been lucky
History is rewritten. The World Champions title goes to Finland. Tero Tiitu, the scorer of the winning goal in the overtime, radiated happiness. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Nilsson: We showed great floorball
Karl-Johan Nilsson played in the Swedish jersey at two World Championships. Two years ago he enjoyed the victory over Finland in the final. This year, the Championship ended for him the other way round. Sweden lost to Finland 6:7 in overtime. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Göransson: Gratuluji Finům k vítězství
This article is only in the Czech language. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Kohonen: It was crazy
Finland controlled the first period of the gold medal game and surprised the Swedish team by four goals. However, floorball is a tricky sport and since the Swedes managed to equalize, the history was rewritten after the overtime only. After winning the title of World Champions the Finnish coach was really proud of his players. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Finland is the World Champion
The Finnish floorball players became the World Champions. For the first time in history they defeated neighbouring Sweden in the final. As well as two years ago in Stockholm the final between Sweden and Finland finished with the result 7:6 in overtime. However, the Finns enjoyed the triumph this time. The scorer of the winning goal was Tero Tiitu. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Aleš Jakůbek: Details decided the game
Aleš Jakůbek answered the journalists’ question about what decided the today’s game very simply: “The opponents scored one goal more than we did. Other than that it was about details.” Huge disappointment was apparent in his eyes, like in the other Czechs. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Matthias Hofbauer: It’s a satisfaction for us
The captain of the Swiss team Matthias Hofbauer hung a bronze medal on his neck today. After the lost semifinal with Sweden his team managed to concentrate on the bronze medal game and defeated the home Czech team. “There’s no point in thinking about yesterday anymore. Now we can already celebrate,” Hofbauer said after the game. Read more...
 
Sunday, 14 December 2008
Skružný: It was the best championship in history
The numerous Czech spectators were nourishing the hope of bronze medals for exactly 22 seconds. After the shot of Vojtěch Skalík the Czechs turned the score of the match but Hofbauer brothers made up a very quick goal and sent both teams to play overtime. Read more...