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FTC: Cifra, Zácsik three more years

FTC: Cifra, Zácsik three more years

Photo: Márta Kállai

Champions League Main Round paricipant, FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria has announced today that their main sponsor, Rail Cargo Hungaria has extend the contract with the club for one more year.


The club has also informed the media about two new contracts with two of their important players, lineplayer Anita Cifra and backplayer, Szandra Zácsik.

Both players has extended their contracts with the club, signing agreements for three more years.


” I am happy to be here, I like the team, the work we do, I have improved a lot in the last years. Our dream is to play in CL-semifinal, which is not unreacheble.”- Cifra said.

Szandra Zácsik is in recovery period after a shoulder injury:

” The decision was very easy to take, because both parts had the same meaning and goals. I don’t have any reason to move to another club, we have a young, ambitious team and we are playing in CL.”

Zsuzsanna Tomori , who got a red card in the last CL match of group stages was not suspended, EHF allowed to play the first match in the Main Round, against Oltchim. Rm.Valcea in Romania.

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