Champions League

Transfer overview 2020/2021 – CSKA Moscow

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Transfer overview 2020/2021 – CSKA Moscow

With a quality squad, the newly founded CSKA Moscow club is already in the DELO Women EHF Champions League group phase, but the lack of experience may not be on their side. They finished third in the Russian league, behind Rostov-Don and Lada, will make their debut in the CL. The team is coached by Denmark’s Jan Leslie, who also worked at Rostov Don in the past. Seven players left the team and six others, including the 2016 Olympic champions Anna Sedoykina and Marina Sudakova, have joined CSKA in the summer. The roster includes players with international experience like Chana Masson, Daria Dmitrieva, Ekaterina Ilina, Sabina Jacobsen, or Jovana Ristovska.

Newcomers: Anna Sedoykina (Rostov-Don), Marina Sudakova (Rostov-Don), Elena Mikhaylichenko (Handball Club Lada), Eva Demidovich (Handball Club Lada), Anastasia Illarionova (Zvezda Zvenigorod), Kathrine Heindahl (Odense Handbold)

Left the club: Victoria Zhilinskayte (Kuban), Anna Bogdasheva (BNTU-BelAZ Minsk Region), Polina Kaplina (Zvezda Zvenigorod), Lada Samoylenko (Zvezda Zvenigorod), Kseniia Trukhina (Kuban Krasnodar), Valentina Goncharova, Ekaterina Lubyanaya

In the first round of the CL groups CSKA will host the title-holder, Győri Audi ETO KC.

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