SEHA – smaller but better

With ten clubs participating in SEHA leaugue this season, there were some doubts about the quality and importance of SEHA. But, much to the satisfaction of participating clubs, things did move, and for the better. In 31 games played so far, 16 has finished with score up to 4 goals difference. This confirms strength of the clubs, and leaves season wide open. For example, last years Champions, Vardar, lost the home game against Tatran, CO Zagreb lost in Skopje against Metalurg, and both NEXE and Tatran submitted to Lovćen in Montenegro. Also, discipline in following calendar is much stronger than last year. Most clubs from SEHA leaugue are also competing in different Eurocups, so it will be very interesting to see how they progress through the season.