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Women’s EHF Champions League – Group D: MKS Selgros Lublin

Women’s EHF Champions League – Group D: MKS Selgros Lublin

Polish Champions several times, MKS Selgros Lublin has directly qualifies to the CL Group Stages this year too.

Dorota Malek has retired from handball, but squad of Lublin has not changed so much.

Iwona Niedzwiedz has arrived to the team, which can be considered a strong transfer, and some other players left.

Left the club:  Dorota Malek (end of career), Valentina Nestsiariuk (Energa AZS Koszalin), Alexandra Baranowska (Sachsen Zwickau), Dagmara Vacuk (on loan to Olimpia Novi Sacz)

Newcomers: Iwona Niedzwiecz (Vistal Gdynia), Edyta Charzynska (MKS AZS Lublin)

“Those two previous seasons hopefully provided us with the experience to achieve this goal,” says new team captain Weronika Gawlik, adding:

“We will fight until the end, mainly in our home matches, but we all know that in a competition like the Champions League there are no weak teams.”

The squad

Goalkeeperes: Ekaterina Dzhukeva, Weonika Gawlik, Monika Nopska

Backplayers: Marta Gega, Iwona Niedwiedz, Katarzina Kozimur, Alesia Mihdaliova, Edita Charzynska, Krystsina Repelaska, Kamilla Skrynyiarsz, Honorata Syncerz, Veonika Zarzycka

Wingers: Agneska Kocela, Jessica Quintino Da Silva, Karolina Bijum, Malgorzata Role,

Lineplayers: Johanna Drabik, Johanna Szarawaga

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