Danish emigration to Romanian handball

Danish emigration to Romanian handball
photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Danish rightback, Line Jörgensen ( 25) will play from the next season in Romania, she had signed a 2 years contract with CSM Bucuresti. The excelent rightack is playing in FCM and she is member of the Danich national team.

“It was hard to keep such a big secret. I want people to know that I will join  CSM Bucharest, where  a top team builts. I always had the ambition to see how far I can reach in handball and Bucharest is the next step in my career.

I am eager to move to Bucharest after five superb  years at FC Midtjylland, which were my best years as a handball player.

To change club and country was not an easy decision for me, but I’m sure Bucharest has much to offer and I am convinced that CSM Bucuresti is the right choice and a step forward in my international career  ” -Line Jörgensen said.

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

photo: Björn Kenneth Muggerud

Another Danish player follows closely her national team collegue on the same way, 24 years old Maria Fisker (Viborg HK) moves also to Romania, to strenghten  CSM Bucuresti at the leftwing position. She has also signes a two years contract.

“In Bucharest a very interesting project is planned, that have all the chances to materialize. I can not wait to play for CSM Bucuresti  because here is building a super team, of which I am honored to be part of.

Of course, it is an important step in my career, but I am delighted to work with technical staff composed of Mette Klit and Jakob Vestergaard, two technicians that I respect and I’m sure will have more to say in the world handball. I  am also looking forward to meet Cristina Varzaru again, whom I played with in Viborg earlier.”  – Maria Fisker stated about her transfer.

Rumours are telling that CSM Bucuresti is also negotiating with Swedish playmaker Isabell Gulldén, the last MVP of the EURO’s.

The Romanian club has already players in their team from last year like: Maissa Pessoa, Fernanda Franca Da Silva, Carmen Martín, Oana Manea, Ekaterina Vetkova, Linea Torstenson, Ana Paula Rodriguez or Deonise Cavaleiro.

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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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