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Headcoach dismissed from Győr

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Headcoach dismissed from Győr

Győri Audi ETO KC lost the decisive Hungarian League game on Wednesday against FTC in Budapest by nine goals difference. In the previous match between the two teams, Győr took the victory by six goals difference. Based on the rules of the Hungarian League between teams with the same amount of collected points the better will be the one who has a better result in the matches played against each other. FTC and Győr have the same amount of points, Győr having a better goal-difference, but FTC has the upper hand winning by nine goals against losing by six in the first game.

Following this result, which points towards the fact that Győr has already lost the Hungarian title if everything goes as expected in the following rounds in the Hungarian League, the club management of GYőri Audi ETO KC has decided to dismiss the head coach, Gábor Danyi with immediate effect.

On the next match played on Saturday, the team had an interim head coach, noone else than Anita Görbicz. Győr won this game against DVSC with a huge difference.

Rumours says that Ambros Martin will already take over the team on Monday, the Spaniard has already a contract from the next season to lead the team as headcoach.

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