Rostov Don strengthens the squad – Lagerquist arrives

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Rostov Don strengthens the squad – Lagerquist arrives

There were a series of changes in the squad of the Russian champions lately and the last news were about Anna Lagerquist, transferring to Rostov.

The 26 years old Swedish lineplayer has signed with Rostov Don for 2 years. Lagerquist left Danish Nykøbing Falster. She will replace German Julia Behnke, moving to Hungary in FTC and Maya Petrova retires.

Goalkeeper Anna Sedoykina has also left the club, moving to CSKA Moskva. She is replcaed by another Russian national team player in the goal, Viktoria Kalinina signed also with Rostov.

Playmaker Grace Zaadi will be also a big reinforcement on the position, Zaadi leaves Metz for Rostov. Katarina Krpez-Slezak arrives on the right wing, replacing Marina Sudakova who leaves for CSKA.

Headcoach Ambros Martin has also extended his contract with the club with another year, the Spaniard leading also the Russian national team.

Left the club: Lois Abbingh (Odense), Anna Sedoykina, Marina Sudakova, (both CSKA Moskva), Irina Nikitina (Astrachanochka), Julia Behnke (FTC), Maya Petrova, Regina Shymkute (both retires)

New arrivals: Grace Zaadi (Metz), Viktorya Kalinina (Kuban), Anna Lagerquist (NFH), Katarina Krpez-Slezak (ERD)

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