Danish transfers – left-backs moving around

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Danish transfers – left-backs moving around

Several official transfer announcements have been made in the last couple of weeks in the Danish League and some of them are about the left-back position in different clubs.

First, Odense HC has transferred Dutch leftback, Lois Abbingh (Rostov Don ) for 2 years, then it was announced that Norwegian Tonje Løseth leaves Herning-Ikast and is moving to Brest for 2 years. Løseth was quickly replaced by another Norwegian sharp-shooter, Ingvild Bakkerud, who is leaving Odense HC.

Another Odense HC left-back, Stine Jørgensen was also announced to be finished at the club and she takes the way toward Germany, in order to join Bietigheim for the next two years. There she will be team-mate for another Odense HC -player, rightwinger, Trine Østergaard. Odense will also lose rightback Mette Tranborg, heading to Team Esbjerg, meanwhile Japanese Ayaka Ikehara (NFH) will replace Østergaard on the rightwing. Anne Mette Pedersen(RW) she finishes her career, line player Katrine Heindahl signed with CSKA Moskow.

Team Esbjerg will keep their leftbacks, as Dutch Estevana Polman will stay for another season, meanwhile, Norwegian Kristine Breistøl has also extended her contract. Team Esbjerg has also extended contracts with Marit Røsberg Jacobsen on rightwing, Marit Malm Frafjord on the line, but Clara Monti Danielson is rumored with Dortmund.

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