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The Easy League (commonly referred to as Easy League) is level of competition, for a meticulously selected group of people, in the Norwegian Men’s Handball Team (See; Norway national handball team) soccer-tennis league system. Contested by 4-6 players, it operates with a focus on team spirit, respect and love for the game.
Before oktober 2018, there was no league competition for the men's handball team in soccer-tennis. Before this time it was only loosely based on declaring a winner in an “main event” after a series of more or less meaningless practice rounds. The winner would be granted a “star”, of which would be drawn in placed on that person's overall with a marker pen.
This system had success, but a growing concern of the lacking participation from the players, forced forth a change. As only the “top” players felt joy and a sense of achievement in the games, the intensity and energy in the practices leading up to important international games for the squad fell, and margins that could have tipped games in the Norwegian men's handball teams favor, was lost.
In the months leading up to the men's handball World Championship, which were to be held in Denmark and Germany, an idea was starting to form. A few selected individuals had come together and hatched out a plan to not only increase the value of the soccer-tennis, but also to give something back to the hard working average Joe's of the team.
The Easy League (commonly referred to as Easy League) was formed throughout the days 24-26 of October, and was officially announced in the Norwegian men's handball team on the 28 of October. The four original founding members all took part in the idea of this group, and equally participated in its execution. This all happened during the team's national week in Trondheim and Spain, where they would play two friendly international matches against Austria and Spain, with one win, and one loss respectfully.
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