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Thea Mørk leaves Larvik for Denmark – transfer news

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Thea Mørk leaves Larvik for Denmark – transfer news
Ibolya Szekeres

The current team captain of Larvik HK, 26 years old leftwinger, Thea Mørk has decided to leave Larvik and she will move to Copenhagen, Denmark. Thea has signed a three years contract with the club from the Danish capital, København Håndbold. The club has big ambitions to qualify to the Champions League and they are also active on the transfer market.

Another Larvik player will continue in Denmark, as Kristine Breistøl (24) has also signed a two-year agreement with Team Esbjerg.

Another movement between Denmark and Norway (Larvik) is made when earlier Larvik-player, Mari Molid will leave Randers HK and will play from the next season for Larvik HK again. The 27 years left-back had signed a two years contract.

Experienced line player June Andænes and leftwinger Tonje Rorh-Berglie had also extended their contracts with Larvik HK until 2020.

A new player in the goalkeeper position will be Yasminee Channel Gluić (20) from Sweden, this could mean that Gabriella Moreschi will leave the club.

 

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Ibolya Szekeres

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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