Montenegro – 21 players for the WCh in Japan

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Montenegro – 21 players for the WCh in Japan

Headcoach of Montenegro, Per Johansson had announced the names of 21 players which has chances to reach the WCh in Japan. Probably this wide squad will be changed for a troop of eighteen before traveling.

Marina Rajčić (Budućnost)
Marta Batinović (SCM Ramnicu Valcea)
Anastasija Babović (Budućnost)
Ljubica Nenezić (Gloria Bistrita)

Left wings:
Majda Mehmedović (Budućnost)
Ivona Pavićević (Corona Brasov)
Dijana Mugoša (Podravka)

Right wings:
Jovanka Radičević (Budućnost)
Dijana Ujkić (Magura Cisnadie)

Left backs:
Đurđina Jauković (Budućnost)
Jelena Despotović (Debrecen, Hungary)

Milena Raičević (Budućnost)
Itana Grbić (CSM Bucuresti)

Right backs:
Katarina Bulatović (Győri Audi ETO)
Andrea Klikovac (CSM Bucuresti)
Sanja Premović (Budućnost)
Nikolina Knežević (Budućnost)

Line players:
Ema Ramusović (Budućnost)
Tatjana Brnović (Budućnost)
Bobana Klikovac (SCM Craiova)
Ivana Godeč (Budućnost)

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