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Transfer news from the Balcans

photo: EHF - Katarina Bulatovic back to Buducnost
Transfer news from the Balcans
Ibolya Szekeres

Taking a look over transfers at the teams which will participate in the Champions League and EHF Cup is important at the start of every season as this way we will get a better picture about how are the powers distributed.

This article will take a look over the teams on Balcan: Buducnost, Krim Ljubljana and HC Podravka.

Buducnost Podgorica

Newcomers: Andjela Bulatovic (ÉRD)- playmaker, Katarina Bulatovic (Rostov Don) – rightback, Marina Rajcic (Metz) – goalkeeper, Anastazia Suslovic (Dinamo Volgograd) – leftback , Tanja Asanin(RK TRebjesa) – rightback

Left: Djurdina Malovic (FTC)-rightback, Marta Batinovic (?) – goalkeeper

Krim Ljubljana

Newcomers: Sara Ristovska (Vardar) – rightwinger, Dora Krsnik (Podravka)  – centre back,  Magda Cazanga (Petro de Luanda, Angola) – right back, Azenaide Carlos (Petro de Luanda) – right back

Left: Elisabeth Omoregie (CSM Bucuresti) – center back, Aneta Benko (Kisvárda) – rightwinger, Sanja Gregorc (?) – lineplayer

The two players from Angola are not presented on the official site of the club, but they are mentioned at transfers of other sources.

HC Podravka Vegeta

Newcomers: Karina Yezhikava (DVSC) – backplayer, Alena Ikhneva (Fleury Loiret) – leftback, Natalia Chigirinova (Astrachanochka) – playmaker, Maria Holesova (Iuventa Mihalovce) – leftwing, Jovana Risovic (Kecskemét, HUN) – goalkeeper, Dejana Milosavljevic (WHC Zamet) – rightback, Selena Milosevic (?) – backplayer, Nikolina Zadravec (Kristianstad HC) – rightwing

Left: Marieta Vidak (Gloria Buzau), Dora Krsnik (Krim) ,  Magdalena Horvat, Antonia Jukic, Ivana Kapitanovic (Metz), Ivona Mrden, Lara Pavlovic, Ana Toth, Ekaterina Nemaskalo (?)

 

 

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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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