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Krisztina Triscsuk left ÉRD, joines Dunaújvárosi KKA

Krisztina Triscsuk left ÉRD, joines Dunaújvárosi KKA

 

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Last week on Friday  Hungarian national team player, Krisztina Triscsuk has been released of her contract with the club from Érd, under somehow unknown circumstances.

The clubs and players press communicate let us know that they had terminated the contract by commune agreement and they don’t wish to comment the news on any forum.

Anyway, ongoing rumors tells us that a  personal conflict inside the team led to this extraordinary decision, quiet unusual in the middle of a started handball season.

Today good news about Triscsuk tells us that the 29 years old leftback has signed for this season to another Hungarian club (rival of her ex-club), Dunaújvárosi KKA.

The management of the club and head-coach Eszter Mátéffy is looking forward to work with Triscsuk, and they believe that the new player will help them to achieve their goals in the Hungarian League and EHF-Cup.

Krisztina Triscsuk:

Born: 17 July 1985, Boksitogrosk, Russia

Height: 179 cm, weight: 60 kg

Nationality: Hungarian (since 2012), Russian

Earlier clubs: KSK Luch Moscow, Veszprém Beton, Fehérvár KC, ÉRD

Position: leftback, centralback

Number: 5

Achievments:

Hungarian Cup: Silver medalist 2006, bronze medalist 2011 (FKC)

Hungarian League: bronze medalist 2013-2104 (ÉRD)

European Championship: bronzemedalist 2012 (Hungary)

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