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Anne Mette Hansen: Győr – player until 2020

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Anne Mette Hansen: Győr – player until 2020
Ibolya Szekeres

Danish leftback, Anne Mette Hansen arrived in Hungary in 2017 on a contract signed for 2+1 years. The club has announced today, that the contract has been modified and the +1 year option has been changed to 3 years, so when the season ends the player is already bound to Győr for one more years.

” We transferred Anne Mette when she was a very young player and she had an impressive development in this period since she plays in Győr. She has already crucial role both in defense and attack, is a very important brick in our team. As a proof of our reliance we offered her to modify the contract, she accepted it and we are happy that she is our player in the next season also.” –  Csaba Bartha, the club manager of Győri Audi ETO KC said.

” I dream came true when I transferred to Győr, I was happy for this contract modification and that I will be here for the next season too. I feel the support and trust and I hope to achieve as big successes together than in the last season.” – Anne Mette Hansen said.

Győri Audi ETO KC has already extended contracts with Eduarda Amorim (2 years), Szidónia Puhalák(1), Bernadette Bódi(1) and Jana Knedliková (1).

There are other players whose contract are running out at the end of the season: Éva Kiss, Amandine Leynaud (+1 year option), Nycke Groot, Anita G0rbicz, Nora Mørk, Zsuzsanna Tomori.

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