Tomas Ryde

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Tomas Ryde
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Personal information
Full name Tomas Robert Ryde
Born August 1960
Nationality Swedish
Teams managed
Tyresö HF
Skuru IK
Sweden Women
Sweden Women
Viborg HK
Romania Women
CSM Bucharest
Romania Women

Tomas Robert Ryde (born August 1960) is a Swedish handball coach who coaches the Romanian women's national team. [1]


At the end of the 2007–08 season, he left Danish Viborg 'for family reasons' to return to Sweden. His assistant coach Jakob Vestergaard then took over as head coach after Ryde. [2]

Ryde took over the position as head coach of the Romanian women's national team by mid-March 2015 after being previously eyed for Romania Women job in 2008. [3] [4]

On 4 October 2016, the Romanian Handball Federation (FRH) and Ryde have reached an agreement to terminate the employment contract by mutual agreement after 16 months. Ryde will now dedicate himself to a business career. [5]

Coaching honours

Personal life

Tomas lives in Lidingö and has three children with his wife Marie. [6] He's a former police officer. [7]

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  1. "Tomas Robert Ryde Personprofil" (in Swedish). . Retrieved 19 March 2015.
  2. "Ryde leaves fantastic times behind". European Handball Federation. 28 May 2008.
  3. "Thomas Ryde i spidsen for Rumænien" (in Danish). 10 September 2008.
  4. "Tomas Ryde este noul antrenor al naționalei feminine de handbal" (in Romanian). Romanian Handball Federation. 9 March 2015.
  5. "AMBROS MARTIN – NOUL ANTRENOR AL NAȚIONALEI DE HANDBAL FEMININ A ROMÂNIEI" (in Romanian). Romanian Handball Federation. 4 October 2016.
  6. "Ryde to leave Viborg". European Handball Federation. 19 February 2008.