GF Forsikring Golden League in Aarhus-The French Team

GF Forsikring Golden League in Aarhus-The French Team

Olivier Krumbholz, the French national coach presented his team for the four nations handball tournament in Aarhus, Denmark.

Amandine Leynaud, the first choice in the goal is seriously injured (knee-injury), so she is forced to take a longer break from handball, but right winger Katty Piejos is back after a longer absence period, caused also of a knee injury. Raphaelle Tervel (Győri Audi ETO) is also missed from this tournament. New names could be also seen  in the French team.

Goalkeepers : Pierson Gervaise (Metz HB), Cleopatra Darleux (Viborg HK), Laura Glauser (Metz HB)

Wing players: Siraba Dembele (Randers HK), Paule Baudouin (Metz HB), Audrey Deroin (Toulon St Cyr), Piejos Katty (Metz HB), Blandine Dancette (HBC Nîmes)

Line players: Nina Kanto (Metz HB), Claudine Mendy (Buducnost), Goiorani Julie (Toulon St Cyr)

Backplayers : Mariama Signaté (Issy Paris HB), Camille Ayglon (HBC Nîmes), Alexandra Lacrabère (Zvezda Zvenigorod), Allison Pineau (Oltchim Valcea), Marie-Paule Gnabouyou (Toulon St Cyr), Audrey Bruneau (ES Besançon), Stephanie Daudé (Le Havre).

Norway, Denmark and Russia will be the opponents of France in this mini-tournament, which is organised between 5-7. october in Aarhus.


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