Champions League

Transfer overview 2020/2021 – Buducnost

photo: Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud (archive)
Transfer overview 2020/2021 – Buducnost

Buducnost had a compact team last season and they had the chance to qualify to the Final4 when the pandemic put a stop to the handball season.

During the summer they made some interesting moves on the player market, however they lost Djurdina Jaukovic, who will continue in Brest. Marina Rajcic will take one season rest from the goal, and Emily Stang Sando left the club as well. So they needed two new goalkeepers.

Despite the above-mentioned facts Buducnost continues to be a mixture of young and experienced players and the continuity is showed by head coach Dragan Adzic leading the club since 2010.

Their main goal is to reach DELO EHF FINAL4 in European handball’s elite club competition.

Newcomers: Andrea Lekic (CSM Bucuresti), Valeriia Maslova (Rostov Don), Allison Marie Pineau (Paris 92), Barbara Elisabeth Arenhart (Váci NKSE), Itana Grbic (CSM Bucuresti), Armelle Attingré (Fehérvár last club)

Left the club: Barbara Lazovic (CSM Bucaresti), Djurdjina Jaukovic (Brest Bretagne Handball), Anastasija Babovic (Dunaujvarosi Kohasz KA), Ivana Godec (Iuventa Michalovce), Branka Konatar (RK Krim Mercator), Matea Pletikosic (RK Krim Mercator), Marina Rajcic (rest season), Emily Stang Sando (SG BBM Bietigheim), Sanja Vujovic (no club), Sanja Premovic (Iuventa Michalovce)

Buducnost will start the CL season against Podravka in Croatia.

Because of Covid-19 pandemic the team had faced problems lately, they had to stop preparation and go to quarantine for several weeks and six important players will not be able to make the trip to Podravka, Adzic’s team is forced to play shorthanded in the first round.

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