World Championship 2015 Denmark

Players who changed nationality and represents another country in World Championship

Players who changed nationality and represents another country in World Championship
Sakura Kametani, Japan

Sakura Hauge Kametani now plays for Japan – photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

Timeout Magazine looked at the team roosters of the participants countries to find out how many players are here at World Championship which were a citizen of another country than they represent right now!

Japan: Sakura Hauge Kametani (earlier Norway)- goalkeeper, her story you can read HERE

Montenegro: Alma Hasanic (earlier Norway)-goalkeeper, more about the change on this LINK

Norway: Marta Tomac (earlier Croatia)- playmaker

Romania: Gabriella Szűcs (earlier Hungary)-defender/backplayer

Hungary: Krisztina Triscsuk (earlier Russia)-leftback, Szandra Zácsik (earlier Slovakia)-leftback, Mónika Kovacsicz (earlier Slovakia).rightwinger

Spain: Alexandrina Cabral Barbosa (earlier Portugal)-backplayer, Darly Zoqbi de Paula (earlier Brasil)-goalkeeper

photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

 Krisztina Triscsuk, earlier Russian plays for Hungary – photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud

 

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World Championship 2015 Denmark

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