Dembele and Masson leaves Randers, Augustesen back to Denmark

Dembele and Masson leaves Randers, Augustesen back to Denmark

French left winger, Siraba Dembele has announced that she would like to stop in Randers HK at the end of the season. Dembele is spending her first year in Denmark, but she feels that cannot fit in the Danish lifestyle, that’s the reason she will leave.

The 26 years old player misses her home, but as she said, she is also  willing to move to another European top club, her personal goal beeing to win the CL-trophy.

Another important player will say farwell to Randers HK at the end of the season, when Brazilian goalkeeper, Chana Masson stoping in Randers after seven years.

Rumors from Danish media suggest that Masson  could play from next season in Viborg HK, which would be a strange  signing, Viborg having already two goalkeepers (Cecilie Grubbström and Cléopatre Darleux) on contract.

“The reason for Chana to leave was not an economical one, but the fact that she wants to try something new and different.”-Katrine Fruelund said.

Danish left winger, Mie Augustesen has also announced that she will stop in Thüringer HC at the end of this season, after one year. Augustesen wants to move home to Denmark, play for a Danish team, she is missing her family and wants more playing time.

“I would like to keep my ppsoition at the national team, to be part of it in the next years and win some titles.”

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