Dragan Adzic has announced Montenegro’s squad for World Championship

Dragan Adzic has announced Montenegro’s squad for World Championship
Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

Photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

Head-coach of Montenegro, Dragan Adzic has announced the travelling squad to Serbian World Championships.

Two players from last year’s European Champion team is out, Sandra Nikcevic (NKSE Vac) and Jasna Toskovic (Issy) will not participate at the WCh. Instead of Toskovic, on the right back Adzic will give possibility to young  Đurđina Malović and on the leftback position Ivana Bozovic will be in the team, 29 years old Nikcevic is no longer an option.

Goalkeepers: Sonja Barjaktarović (Rostov Don), Marina Vukčević (Buducnost)

Backplayers: Milena Knežević (Buducnost), Marija Jovanović (Astrachanocka), Anđela Bulatović (Krim), Jelena Despotović (Buducnost), Katarina Bulatović (Győri Audi ETO KC), Andrea Klikovac (Vardar), Đurđina Malović (Buducnost), Ivana Bozovic (Buucnost)

Leftwings: Majda Mehmedović (Buducnost), Biljana Pavićević (Buducnost)

Rightwings: Jovanka Radičević (Vardar), Radmila Petrović (Buducnost)

Lineplayers: Ana Đokić (Vardar), Suzana Lazović (Buducnost), Sara Vukčević (ÉRD)

he sixteenth player of the squad will be announced later by Dragan Adzic.

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