Győr announced the new transfers – official

Győr announced the new transfers – official
photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Champions League title holder, Győri Audi ETO KC has announced at an official press-release the players will leave and those who will join the team from next season.

Will leave after this season:

22 years old leftback Dóra Hornyák (rumors about signing Váci NKSE), 29 years old rightback Viktória Soós (rumors about signing FTC), Montenegrin rightback Katarina Bulatovic returns to Buducnost, young lineplayer Szederke Sirián (19) will join DVSC and French Raphaelle Tervel (35) will retire, since she thinks that is not able anymore to hold the high level she is used too.

Will join the club:

26 years old German rightback, Susan Müller (Leipzig HC) has signed an agreement  for 3 years.

Győr will bring reinforcement on the lineplayer position too, Croatian lineplayer from Podravka, and national team of Croatia, Vesna Milanovic-Litre (27) has signed for 1+1  years.

Heidi Löke, who had a contract until the end of next season (2015) has decided to prolong her contract for one more additional year, so one of the best lineplayers in the world will be still Győr-player until 2016.

photo: Tamás Csonka

photo: Tamás Csonka

From the young team of Veszprém (second team of Győr) 21 years old  Szimonetta Planéta will arrive , to play on rightback position. The young player had one more year of her agreement with Veszprém, but she will play instead in Győr for that period.

Backplayer Ágnes Boczkó-Hornyák (31) has prolonged her contract with the club for one more year.

Goalkeeper Orsolya Herr (30) will stay at the club, with a new 1 year contract, as well as 28 years old  lefwinger Ivett Szepesi (currently in recovery period after a knee-injury) has signed a new contract for one year.

Rightwinger Bernadette Bognár-Bódi had only one year contract, but the club has offered her a new one year, so she also will stay.

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