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Montenegro’s squad

Montenegro’s squad
Ibolya Szekeres

Photo: Tamás Csonka

Head coach, Dragan Adzic has announced his final squad to ECh in Serbia. Compared to the Olympics, Bojana Popovicand Maja Savic are missing (both retired from handball), and playmaker Ana Radovic has stoped playing to the national team due to little playing time.

Goalkeepers: Sonja Barjaktarović (Rostov-Don, Russia), Marina Vukčević (Budućnost)

Left wingers: Biljana Pavićević (Budućnost), Majda Mehmedović (Budućnost)

Right wingers: Radmila Miljanić (Budućnost), Jovanka Radičević (Györi Audi ETO KC, Hungary)

Line players: Suzana Lazović (Budućnost), Ana Đokić (Rostov-Don, Russia) Sara Vukčević (ÉTV-Érdi VSE, Hungary)

Back court players: Marija Jovanović (Oltchim Rm. Valcea, Romania), Sandra Nikčević (Astrakhanochka, Russia), Milena Knežević (Budućnost), Anđela Bulatović (Budućnost), Jelena Despotović (Budućnost), Katarina Bulatović (Oltchim Rm. Valcea, Romania), Jasna Tošković (Issy Paris Hand, France), Andrea Klikovac (Vardar, FYR Macedonia)

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Ibolya Szekeres

Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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