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Transfer overview 2020/2021 – Metz Handball

Mayonnade has to find new solutions, photo: Metz Handball
Transfer overview 2020/2021 – Metz Handball
Ibolya Szekeres

The French champion lost some of their most important players, but with the same coaching team (Mayonnade and Andryushina) and a young, talented squad they could still aim to the top places of the DELO Women EHF Champions League.

Grace Zaadi left the club after 10 years, she moved to Rostov Don, meanwhile, Laura Glauser strengthens Gyor from this season. Xenia Smits moved back to Germany.

Newcomers: Tsaja Stanko (Podravka Koprivnica), Debbie Bont (RW-København Handball), Melvine Deba (Paris 92), Hatadou Sako (GK-OGC Nice), Camila Micijevic ( LB-Dunaújvárosi Kohász KA), Maud-Eva Copy (Bourg-de-Peage)

Left the club: Laura Glauser (Györi Audi ETO KC), Xenia Smits (SG BBM Bietigheim), Grace Zaadi (Rostov-Don), Marion Maubon (Nantes Atlantique Handball), Martine Smeets (CSM Bucuresti), Laura Flippes (Paris 92), Jurswailly Luciano (retired)

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Ibolya Szekeres

Hungarian living in Norway with a great passion for handball, primarly women handball. Travels all over the world to follow handball matches and tournaments and to write good articles on this website.

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