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European transfer overview (3.)

European transfer overview (3.)

Third part of European  transfer-summary guides you to Russian and Romanian handball.

Russia

Dinamo Volgograd

The Russian champion’s team hasn’t changed a lot, there are not any newcomers, instead three of they key-players are taking a break from handball.

Left: Anna Sedoykina, Olga Levina, Anna Kochetova (all three taking break from handball)

Joined:-

Rostov Don

The club will fight CL-qualifications to reach the group stage, but they lost some quality players before the new season. Emylia Turej and Natalia Kurbanova moved to Astrakhanocka, Inna Suslina to ZRK Vardar and  the right back, Olga Vaschuk has signed a new contract with macedonian Metalurg, which also is CL-qualification participant.

Left:Inna Suslina (ZRK Vardar), Olga Vaschuk (Metallurg), Emylia Turej, Natalia Kurbanova (Astrahanocka),Natalya Vinukova (Iuventa Mihalovce), Irina Svekolkina (Luch),

Joined: Sonja Barjaktarovic (Buducnost(, Ana Djokic (Buducnost), Olga Perederij (Uzghorod), Oksana Tsvirinko (Kuban Krasnodar), Marina Skladchikova (Zvezda Zvenigorod), Vlada Dobrovnikova (Teramo)

Zvezda Zvenigorod

The team is fighting for the wild card of CL this year, the goal is achieving CL group stage.

Left: Simona Spiridon (end of career), Svetlana Pasicnik (Lokomotiva Zagreb)

Joined: Alexandra Lacrabére, Julia Nikolic /Portjanko(Arvor 29), Samira Rocha (Hypo NÖ), Irina Sidorova, Ekaterina Mareinikova (Lada Togliatti), Anastasya Lobach(Belarus),

Lada Togliatti

Last years EHF-cup winner is weakened with three national team players, but any new players has joined the team.

Left: Irina Sidorova, Ekaterina Mareinikova (Zvezda Zvenigorod), Irina Bliznova (taking a break from handball)

Joined: –

 

Romania

Oltchim Rm. Valcea

The Romanian club had the most impressive transfers on this summer, their target is winning the CL-title next year, and the transfers are reflecting this.

Left: Oana Soit-Chirila (end of career) , Patricia Vizitiu (injured-without team),Valentina Ardean Elisei (pregnant), Melinda Geiger( loaned to HCM Baia Mare), Mihaela Smedescu (on loan to HCM Baia Mare), Sanela Knezovic (Dunaújváros), Talida Tolnai (Üsküdar), Yeliz Özel( Muratpasa), Dana Babeanu (loan-SCM Craiova), Eliza Buceschi (loan HCM Baia Mare)

Joined: Alexandrina Barbosa, Silvia Navarro (Itxako), Katarina Bulatovic (Buducnost Podgorica), Amandine Leynaud, Allison Pineau (Metz), Jakob Vestergaard (FCM),  Mette Klit (Viborg HK )

U Jolidon Cluj-Napoca

CL-qualification  this year too for the Transilvanian team.

Left:

Joined: Lup Alexandra, Valean Abigail( Bistrita), Carmen Cartas (Cetate Deva)

 

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