Where are they today?

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Lada fan » Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:44 pm

Didrik wrote:Where is Mochalina? :D


Mochalina is at home in Russia.

btw where are Agnes Farkas & Timea Sugar? :)


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Re: Where are they today?

Postby omak » Sun Jun 20, 2010 12:39 am

Domen wrote:– Natalija Borisenko from Ukraine, who sometimes looks after Vergelyuk's daughter;
– Natalija Derepasko from Ukraine, who lives in Ljubljana with girlfriend, if I'm well informed


I thought that Borisenko had returned to Ukraine for good, so she could start a family?
Yep, Derepasko's in Ljubljana, I saw her in C&A shopping with Bodnieva 2 or 3 weeks ago. I wanted to ask her for an autograph, but I got scared. She's f...ing huuuuuge :D

What about Larisa Ferzalieva and Olga Kolesnik?
Last I heard, Ferzalieva was playing in Karpati Uzhgorod, and Kolesnik in Rostov Don.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Fisk » Sun Jun 20, 2010 12:51 pm

What about Ivett nagy? Does she still play :?

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Sarah » Mon Sep 27, 2010 7:26 am

Interesting info about Tanja Logvin.

She is playing for Team Vesthimmerland in the danish 2nd division they lost their first game to Aalborg DH 2 this weekend.

And more interesting, soon she can play against here daugther that playes for Aalborg DH U16 team.

I hope the daugther will be abel to play on the danish national team

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby zorasourit » Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:40 am

Lada fan wrote:
Didrik wrote:Where is Mochalina? :D


Mochalina is at home in Russia.

btw where are Agnes Farkas & Timea Sugar? :)


No idea about Ágnes Farkas, she used to comment CL games as an expert a few years ago.
Tímea Sugár is trainer of the goalkeepers at Fehérvár KC, former Cornexi. Actually, that team has now two very young and pretty prospective keepers, so that must be a lovely job :) Besides that I know, she works also in "civil" life.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Marco Aurelio » Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:19 am

Fisk wrote:What about Ivett nagy? Does she still play :?


She plays for Dunaújváros (Dunaferr) together with the formidable Ferling - Radulovics duo (+ another great but not so young players like Balogh and Gáspár).

Her form is very good nowadays she has all to be NT player again.
Formerly she was absent due to injuries.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Marco Aurelio » Tue Sep 28, 2010 11:22 am

Erika Kirsner makes a mini-comeback for Vác, for a few matches, because of the injury of Virág Vaszari.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby I.L.T. » Mon Dec 13, 2010 8:26 am

Logvin and daugther were on the lokal TV yesterday evening, will try and find it later, talented girl the young Logvin, hope she will be on the Danish national team :D

Anyway here is a small articel thet was postet together with the TV programe:

The former world champion, Tanja log, has retired from top handball, and now focuses on helping her daughter playing in Aalborg DH.

Tanja supports her daughter's handball dreams.She was top scorer at the World Championships in 2005 and one of the world's best paid female handball players. Today Tanja log handball career moved from large international top, to second division team Team Vesthimmerland; now is namely handball daughter's future to focus on.

- I think her time has come now. I will stay with her in Denmark, says Tanja log.

Daughter Kristina log plays at Aalborg DH's U16 team. She has already predicted a promising future and she sees how often the surname oblige.

- It's hard because people expect a lot from me. But it is also good for me because then I can get better and better and I will be better than my mom, "

Saturday came Kristina log from the sidelines as Tanja log and Team Vesthimmerland played against Aalborg HK. Team Vesthimmerland won the match with the digits 39-32.
Think I will go for something possitive here - Handball is just a great sport!

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby TheDane » Mon Dec 13, 2010 5:49 pm

I.L.T. wrote:Logvin and daugther were on the lokal TV yesterday evening, will try and find it later, talented girl the young Logvin, hope she will be on the Danish national team :D

Here's the TV-clip with Tanja and Kristina Logvin. Kristina is out watching her mum play for her 3rd league team.
Tanja Logvin also teaches handball at a boarding school.
http://tv2nord.fynskemedier.dk/arkiv/2010/12/12/24768?autoplay=1

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby madmike » Tue Dec 21, 2010 12:51 pm

Does anyone know where Irina Bliznova is?

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Didrik » Tue Dec 21, 2010 5:25 pm

What about Else-Marthe Sørlie Lybekk ?
She is retired,no? :?
And what about Vigdis Harsaker?Some new news?

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Adriyanos » Tue Dec 21, 2010 5:40 pm

madmike wrote:Does anyone know where Irina Bliznova is?


She got injured and then she had a baby. She'll come back next year after being suspended for transfer policy violation (signed with 2 clubs during the same time, i think).

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby madmike » Wed Dec 22, 2010 2:14 pm

Adriyanos wrote:
madmike wrote:Does anyone know where Irina Bliznova is?


She got injured and then she had a baby. She'll come back next year after being suspended for transfer policy violation (signed with 2 clubs during the same time, i think).


Thanks a lot!!! :D

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby fmj » Wed Dec 22, 2010 11:45 pm

Didrik wrote:What about Else-Marthe Sørlie Lybekk ?
She is retired,no? :?
And what about Vigdis Harsaker?Some new news?


Lybekk is project leader for something directly translated is called "healthy girl sports". They are working with nutrition, eating habits and eating disorders in sports. Their goal is to reduce the number of eating disorders and give coaches and athletes more knowledge about these subjects.

Hårsaker I believe is working as a driving instructor.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby itwas82 » Sun Jan 09, 2011 4:08 pm

Long time Korean national team pivot Huh Soon-Young retired and became a women's middle school team coach.

P.S. Doubled with Kim Cha-Youn's retirement from national team, Korea now has big problem at pivot position and defense.

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what happened to the Tajna Milanovic?

Postby ftc-fan » Mon Jan 24, 2011 11:59 am

what happened to the Tajna Milanovic,she play in Denmark in FIF-Kopenhagen

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby masch1 » Mon Jan 24, 2011 5:14 pm

Last I heard Tanja Milanovic retired in the beginning of the season after the money problems of FIF, but she still lives in copenhagen.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Wbk » Wed Mar 16, 2011 11:30 pm

Anna Filippova (Kurepta) gave birth to a son and now she's visiting matches of her husband's Vasiliy... And she's still attractive ;)

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Taken at mens EURO 2012 qualifier Russia-Denmark; March, 9 2011.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby larvik-fan » Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:10 am

Sølvi Hylleseth most probably do not remember here, but she was a good player with even higher potential, but she had to quit handball early.

Now she will become coach of a norwegian 2nd divison team.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby yvon » Tue May 24, 2011 8:33 pm

What happened Petra Madaï to playing DVSC ?

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby zorasourit » Wed May 25, 2011 1:41 pm

yvon wrote:What happened Petra Madaï to playing DVSC ?

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She had a baby and I think, she quit handball completely - at least she doesn't play in Hungarian first League, no idea, if she is playing in one of the lower divisions.

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Germanicus » Wed May 25, 2011 8:17 pm

zorasourit wrote:
yvon wrote:What happened Petra Madaï to playing DVSC ?

She had a baby and I think, she quit handball completely - at least she doesn't play in Hungarian first League, no idea, if she is playing in one of the lower divisions.

In Hungary not, for sure. Which is bad 'cos she was really very pretty ;-)
In conclusion, I declare that EHF must be destroyed

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby I.L.T. » Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:53 am

TheDane wrote:
I.L.T. wrote:Logvin and daugther were on the lokal TV yesterday evening, will try and find it later, talented girl the young Logvin, hope she will be on the Danish national team :D

Here's the TV-clip with Tanja and Kristina Logvin. Kristina is out watching her mum play for her 3rd league team.
Tanja Logvin also teaches handball at a boarding school.
http://tv2nord.fynskemedier.dk/arkiv/2010/12/12/24768?autoplay=1


Today it was annonced that Logvin will start playing again, she have been a part of the coaching team of Team Vesthimmerland this year, but that contract have been terminated, and a new one is signed this time as a player, she will make here debut this weekend.

She will continue as U18 coach in the club.
Think I will go for something possitive here - Handball is just a great sport!

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby Sarah » Tue Sep 03, 2013 7:10 am

This topic came up yesterday in the chat on europamester and some people asked what happened to:

Olga Assink
Natascha Burgers
and Saskia Mulder

Some guessed they were still in Denmark are they?

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Re: Where are they today?

Postby meteo » Wed Sep 04, 2013 1:14 pm

Burgers was player & assistant coach at VOC Amsterdam two season ago.
http://www.eurohandball.com/ec/ehfc/wom ... +Amsterdam

Don't know if she is still there.
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