Hungary arrived to Novi Sad with eighteen players

Hungary arrived to Novi Sad with eighteen players
photo: mksz

photo: mksz

Hungary will arrive with eighteen players to Serbia, Novi Sad. The squad will be announced before the first match against Czech Republic on Saturday, and possible with only fifteen players.

Sixteen players could be on the play-list on the WCh, but Szandra Zácsik is struggling with illness and is not fully recovered, she is going through treatment and had to stay over more training-days. However the coaching-team is very confident that Zácsik will be able to play already in the last matches of the group stage.

” This team is very compact, forming a real unit, so we didn’t want to split them right before travelling. The Hungarian Handball Federation has decided that every player can travel to Serbia and support each other, even if somebody has to stay over to play. The strength of this team is the fact they are like a family, being friends and cares for each other.”- said János Hajdú about the squad.


Goalkeepers: Herr Orsolya (Győri Audi ETO), Kiss Éva (Fehérvár KC), Triffa Ágnes (Ipress Center Vác)

Right wings: Bognár-Bódi Bernadett (Győri Audi ETO), Kovacsicz Mónika (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria)

Right backs:  Soós Viktória (Győri Audi ETO), Tomori Zsuzsanna (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria)

Playmakers/middelbacks: Görbicz Anita (Győri Audi ETO), Kovacsics Anikó (Győri Audi ETO), Szucsánszki Zita (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria)


Lineplayers: Cifra Anita (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria), Szamoránsky Piroska (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria)

Leftbacks:  Bulath Anita (Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA), Szekeres Klára (Érd), Triscsuk Krisztina (Érd), Zácsik Szandra (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria)

Left wings: Vérten Orsolya (FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria), Vincze Melinda (Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA)

Head-coach: Hajdu János

Assistent coach: Siti Bea

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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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