Brasilian player moves from Norway to Russia

Brasilian player moves from Norway to Russia

Photo: Márta Kállai

Dinamo Volgograd is buliding up a new team for the upcoming matches and for the next season.


After the transfer of Brasilian goalkeeper, Mayssa Pessoa de Oliveira from the French club, Issy Paris, the Russian club is signing another Brasilian, this time a backplayer, Jaqueline Anastacio.


Anastacio had an agreement with Norwegian Gjövik HK, she played in Norway one and a half season, but some days ago the club released her contract and she had been sold to Dinamo Volgograd.

The 25 years old backplayer has played at Metodista(Brazil), Siófok (Hungary) before Gjövik HK.

In her first season at Gjövik HK she had a big succes, beeing awarded as “The best backplayer” and “The best newcomer” in  the Norwegian League, ending at the second place of the League’s topscorer list.


Another Russian club is transferring new players, Astrakhanochka Astrakhan has signed goalkeeper Sanela Knezovic, who left the  Hungarian Dúnaújváros (arriving there from Oltchim Rm. Valcea, where her contract has been released) and Ekaterina Vetkova on loan from Oltchim Rm. Valcea. The Russian lineplayer has left the Romanian top-club because of lack of playing time.

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