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European transfer overview (2.)

European transfer overview (2.)

 

In the second  part of our tour in handball-Europe we will take a look on the newcomers in clubs from Hungary and Austria.

Hungary

Győri Audi ETO

After Katalin Pálinger ended her career, the present Hungarian NT keeper Orsolya Herr is back to Győr  and another two Hungarian NT players, Hornyák and Rédei-Soós joined the white-greens. New trainer has signed with the club: from Itxako Navarra, Ambros Martin has arrived and the French defending specialist, Raphaelle Tervel as well came to Hungary from Spain.

 

Left: Katalin Pálinger (ending her handball career),  Orsolya Vérten (FTC Rail-Cargo Hungária),  Ana Gros (Thüringer HC), Szimonetta Planéta, Eszter Tóth, Ivett Kurucz,  Bettina Pásztor, Nadine Schatzl, Fruzsina Palkó (Veszprém-all)

 

Joined: Dóra Hornyák (Veszprém),  Orsolya Herr  and Ivett Szepesi (Siófok), Viktória Rédei-Soós (Hypo NÖ), Raphaelle Tervel ( Itxako), Ambros Martin (Itxako), Dorina Korsós, Zsófia Szemerey and Szederke Sirián (Győr-junior).

 

 

FTC Rail-Cargo Hungária

The CWC winner of last two years has signed two serious reinforcements: Nerea Pena (Itxako) and Orsolya Vérten from Győr. The Spaniard had a serious injury in February this year, during a CL match, but her recovery is going well, she is able to play already.

Left: Krisztina Szádvári (Vác), Jelena Zivkovic (Buducnost Podgorica)

Joined: Luca Szekerczés (Szekszárd), Orsolya Vérten (Győri Audi ETO), Nerea Pena (Itxako), Lilla Németh (Hypo NO)

 

 

Érdi VSE

Croatian and Slovenian internationals as reinforcement in Érd, where the coach, Edina Szabó is building a great team for the future.

Left: Krisztina Tamás (BSE)

Joined: Kristina Franic (Krim Ljubljana), Alja Koren (Krim Ljubjlana)

 

 Austria

Hypo NÖ

Hypo NÖ and the Brasilian handball federation continue the benefic colaboration in the future too, so Brasilian players left the team but some more Brasilians has also joined the team trained by András Németh.

Left:

Viktória Rédei-Soós(Győri Audi ETO), Samira Rocha (Zvezda Zvenigorod), Silvia Pinheiro (Toulon),  Daniela Piedade(Krim Ljubljana), Francine de Morales Cararo(pregnancy),Nina Stumvoll, Sabrina Stumvoll, Martina Goricanec, Natalia Rusnachenko

Joined:

Gorica Acimovic (Krim Ljubjlana), Deonise Cavaleiro (Itxako), Karol de Souza (Siófok), Fabiana Dara Diniz (Bera Bera), Mayara Fier de Moura (Mios-Biganos)

 

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