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Görbicz in Győr for 2 more years

Photo: Győri Audi ETO KC official
Görbicz in Győr for 2 more years
Eszti Kiss

Győri Audi ETO KC doesn’t seem to stop with the announcement: the Hungarian powerhouse announced that club legend and team captain Anita Görbicz extended her contract with the team. Anita Görbicz has been playing in the club of her hometown since 1993, she made her debut in the first team in 1999. No wonder she turned a legend in her club: since her childhood, she has never left her team and was part of all the success the club has made in the last years.

“I have never played anywhere else than in Audi ETO, and I have known for a while that I won’t play in a different team in my life. Only a few people have the privilege to be successful in their hometown and I am one of these few. ETO is a lot more than a club. It is a real family. I have been related with the club for more than 25 years. We have decided that I will play for two more years. I feel fine, I feel fresh and fit, the team spirit is stronger than ever, so the decision to continue was obvious. I would like to help my team with my best possible performance to be able to stay the best team in the world,” – Anita Görbicz said to the club’s official website.

Obviously, the president of the club, Csaba Bartha was satisfied with Görbicz’s new contract: “She is an exceptional player and is the icon of the club. Her knowledge and results are even appreciated and respected by the opponents. For me, it was obvious that we have to keep Anita Görbicz on the court as long as possible because she is the legend of the club. It was easy to come to an agreement, and I am sure that in the next two years, she will stay a leader of the team and we can collect more trophies in the upcoming years.”

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Eszti Kiss

Hungarian, handball and travel addict. Always hungry for information about handball and always ready to share these with others.

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