CSM Bucuresti – the new Vardar???

CSM Bucuresti – the new Vardar???
photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Following Romanian press- informations we found out that after transfers of Barbara Arenhart and Alexandra Do Nascimento to Romanian HCM Baia Mare, another Romanian team, CSM Bucuresti ( currently on the 7th place of the Romanian League) makes big investments on the player-market.

CSM Bucuresti has already announced the transfer of Danish coach, Mette Klit (earlier assistent coach beside Jakob Vestergaard in Viborgh HK and Oltchim Rm. Valcea).

The club has also announced lately the signing of leftwinger Iulia Curea (earlier Oltchim and Romanian national team player), rightback, Patricia Vizitiu (the player left Krim Ljubljana because of not getting her salary in the last months), to whom will also join two Romanian players, both from Krim, goalkeeper Talida Tolnai and lineplayer Oana Manea.

They left the Slovenian team also because of economical issues, staying without salaries in last three months. Manea and Tolnai will join the team already next week, leaving Krim in the middle of the Main Round of CL.

Club president, Constantin Caliman from CSM Bucuresti has declared that the club has signed another contracts with other players, like following:

Brazilian contingent from Hypo NÖ will transfer  to Bucuresti, playmaker Ana Paula Rodriguez, left wing Fernanda Franca de Silva and backplayer Deonise Cavaleiro will play in Romania, as well as a fourth Brazilian player, goalkeeper Mayssa Pessoa moves from Volgograd to Bucuresti.

The number of players leaving Krim and joining CSM Bucuresti is increasing if we count that Spanish Carmen Martin (right wing) and Swedish Linnea Torstenson (leftback) will also be a part of the team form next season.

Another playmaker, also from Krim may move to Bucuresti, this would be Andjela Bulatovic, who is expected for negotiations in Bucuresti.

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