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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby Gojira » Sat Jan 07, 2017 2:55 pm

Gheorghe Tadici wrote:Trefilov is marginalising the best Russian player and Ilina did not shine with Rostov.


Trefilov didn't do anything like that. Ilina was injuried, that's why she missed the EC. And Leslie has been sacked, so Ilina will play a lot more in Rostov. I don't think she will leave Russia, especially as Kuban' need a good PM :D



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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby Karpich » Sat Jan 07, 2017 3:13 pm

George, as I mentioned, I (as a Vardar fan) am very skeptic about this transfer and I explained why. But I decided to post this because this forum is a place for posting rumors, speculations and different stuff about the transfers.

No need to offend other cities and national leagues. I know that Romania, Hungary, Germany, France, Denmark, Russia have the best leagues not just in Europe, but also in the world. I am very aware that our league cant even be named as a league because its very weak! But I see a hope with this Balkan League, because Vardar, Buducnost, Krim, Podravka are not weak clubs, and maybe later, with the joining of some other teams from the Balkans, the league will be stronger. For example, Vardars young team called Vardar Junior and Metalurg from Macedonia are solid teams. Four players from Metalurg (Beleska, Livrinikj, Jovanovska and Antic) came to play in Romania this year (and according to everyone, not just you, the Romanian League is strong), and from the tapes I have seen, the Macedonian players are doing a good job. Also, a lot of young Montenegrin players are playing in different leagues outside from Montenegro. So you cannot say that we are not producing quality players, the problem is to keep them home. But forming this Balkan league is hope to keep them home.

Another thing I want to mention is that both Vardar and Buducnost have stars in their clubs and that means that there are players that want big salaries and less games. Not everyone thinks like you.

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby tavy oltchim » Sat Jan 07, 2017 3:45 pm

Dinamo women handball team:

GK: Caroline Martins (BRA), Isabela Roșca
LW: Camelia Carabulea, Ramona Farcău
RW: Aneta Udriştoiu, Florența Ilie
CB: Eliza Buceschi, Sheiko Alla (UKR), Alina Horjea,
LB: Gabriella Szucs, Anca Polocoser, Raluca Petruș
RB: Silje Waade (NOR), Laura Popa
PV: Manuela Manda, Irina Shutka (UKR), Timeea Tatar

Coach: Mette Klit

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby John » Sat Jan 07, 2017 4:10 pm

Everyone's dream is to play in romanian league against Slobozia, Magura Cisnadie, Danubius Galati and other teams with a shinny future.. I'm 100% sure that Gullden, Jorgensen and others came to a then well known team CSM because of the strong league and matches every week.

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby CSMthenewpower » Sat Jan 07, 2017 4:15 pm

John wrote:Everyone's dream is to play in romanian league against Slobozia, Magura Cisnadie, Danubius Galati and other teams with a shinny future.. I'm 100% sure that Gullden, Jorgensen and others came to a then well known team CSM because of the strong league and matches every week.



Ha ha lol :lol: :lol: :lol:
Money is everything :!: ;)
8:) CSM BUCURESTI :cheers:
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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby John » Sat Jan 07, 2017 4:55 pm

Money is everything. Money makes teams and leagues strong. Period. How much you invest that's how strong you are. Players will come to your team for money, players will leave for money. Playing more matches doesn't have to do anything with it. I don't see any player from Buducnost or Vardar being out of shape and they don't play as many matches as CSM ;)

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby Doru Delavale » Sat Jan 07, 2017 5:27 pm

It would be wonderful If Ilina come to play in National Liga but I thinck these ideas are the part of the game. Someone in Russia want only to show the cats to the dogs....

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby Doru Delavale » Sat Jan 07, 2017 5:39 pm

John wrote:Money is everything. Money makes teams and leagues strong. Period. How much you invest that's how strong you are. Players will come to your team for money, players will leave for money. Playing more matches doesn't have to do anything with it. I don't see any player from Buducnost or Vardar being out of shape and they don't play as many matches as CSM ;)

This is not a thing to us to comment but to EHF, don't you agree ? Where is than the spirit of sport, the scale competition, where is the substance of being Champ ? The champ of pumping moneys in 5-6 teams ?

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby John » Sat Jan 07, 2017 6:16 pm

EHF doesn't have to do anything with it.. A sponsor decided where he wants to invest. EHF has much bigger work to do..

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby gyms » Sat Jan 07, 2017 6:19 pm

Could you please write here Dinamo Bucuresti's current squad? With positions please :) thank you!

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby tavy oltchim » Sat Jan 07, 2017 6:44 pm

gyms wrote:Could you please write here Dinamo Bucuresti's current squad? With positions please :) thank you!


Dinamo women handball 2016-2017

GK: Caroline Martins (BRA), Isabela Roșca, Florina Mădălina Bălan
LW: Camelia Carabulea, Diana Predoi
RW: Ramona Farcău, Florența Ilie
CB: Alla Sheiko (UKR), Alina Horjea, Simona Striblea
LB: Adina Grigoraș, Anca Polocoșer, Raluca Petruș, Cristina Predoi
RB: Adriana Budileanu, Andreea Popa
PV: Manuela Manda, Iryna Shutska (UKR), Tamara Bokaric (BOS)

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby Doru Delavale » Sat Jan 07, 2017 7:17 pm

John wrote:EHF doesn't have to do anything with it.. A sponsor decided where he wants to invest. EHF has much bigger work to do..

I am sure you understood what I mean (really,don't distort,twisting my words ).

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby heavenly » Sat Jan 07, 2017 9:41 pm

Anne Cecilie Dornonville de la Cour prolonged her contract with Copenhagen Handball until summer 2020.
http://kbhbold.dk/la-cour-forlaenger-til-2020/

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby heavenly » Sun Jan 08, 2017 9:03 pm

Xenia Smits prolonged her contract with Metz until summer 2018.
http://www.metz-handball.com/xenia-smit ... ne-saison/

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby jensm » Sun Jan 08, 2017 10:12 pm

Moa Høgdahl, Maria Hjertner, Oda Uthus, Kristin Venn prolonged their contract with Byåsen until summer 2020.
Andrea Pedersen until summer 2019
Maria Henriksen until summer 2018

http://www.byaasen.no/2016/12/15/fire-n ... ed-byasen/
http://www.byaasen.no/2016/12/14/marie- ... -kontrakt/
http://www.byaasen.no/2016/12/16/moa-har-signert/

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby Doru Delavale » Tue Jan 10, 2017 7:59 pm

To mixball and maz : do you know something of a danish RW coming to CSM now days ? Please reply. Thanks. :-k

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby gergő » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:55 pm

about győr. there was a supporters survey after yesterday's match.
main themes:

1. the budget insurance is stable for the next 4-5 years so they still want to belong to the narrow european elite.*
2. about future transfers: the club is in negotiations with 2-3 players right now. ("serious reinforcements")
3. the club and some players (görbicz, tomori, kiss; both contracts are expiring) are keen to continue the joint work. they are in talk right now.
4. martin's revealing(?) response to questions on his longer-term future at győr: "without further ado. there is no better place than győr."

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grimsbø 2020
broch 2020
groot 2019
amorim 2019
mørk 2019
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knedlikova 2019
el-ghaoui 2018
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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby bajkalb » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:01 pm

gergő wrote:about győr. there was a supporters survey after yesterday's match.
main themes:

1. the budget insurance is stable for the next 4-5 years so they still want to belong to the narrow european elite.*
2. about future transfers: the club is in negotiations with 2-3 players right now. ("serious reinforcements")
3. the club and some players (görbicz, tomori, kiss; both contracts are expiring) are keen to continue the joint work. they are in talk right now.
4. martin's revealing(?) response to questions on his longer-term future at győr: "without further ado. there is no better place than győr."

*
grimsbø 2020
broch 2020
groot 2019
amorim 2019
mørk 2019
bódi 2019
knedlikova 2019
el-ghaoui 2018
...


Yeah, and Görbicz stays for sure

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby kaggs » Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:54 pm

bajkalb wrote:
gergő wrote:about győr. there was a supporters survey after yesterday's match.
main themes:

1. the budget insurance is stable for the next 4-5 years so they still want to belong to the narrow european elite.*
2. about future transfers: the club is in negotiations with 2-3 players right now. ("serious reinforcements")
3. the club and some players (görbicz, tomori, kiss; both contracts are expiring) are keen to continue the joint work. they are in talk right now.
4. martin's revealing(?) response to questions on his longer-term future at győr: "without further ado. there is no better place than győr."

*
grimsbø 2020
broch 2020
groot 2019
amorim 2019
mørk 2019
bódi 2019
knedlikova 2019
el-ghaoui 2018
...


Yeah, and Görbicz stays for sure


Serious reinforcements? In which areas? they seem to have quite a complete Squad and key players already prolonging their stays. As far as I can see the wing position might be the only one needing an Upgrade?

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby gyms » Thu Jan 12, 2017 6:20 am

kaggs wrote:
bajkalb wrote:
gergő wrote:about győr. there was a supporters survey after yesterday's match.
main themes:

1. the budget insurance is stable for the next 4-5 years so they still want to belong to the narrow european elite.*
2. about future transfers: the club is in negotiations with 2-3 players right now. ("serious reinforcements")
3. the club and some players (görbicz, tomori, kiss; both contracts are expiring) are keen to continue the joint work. they are in talk right now.
4. martin's revealing(?) response to questions on his longer-term future at győr: "without further ado. there is no better place than győr."

*
grimsbø 2020
broch 2020
groot 2019
amorim 2019
mørk 2019
bódi 2019
knedlikova 2019
el-ghaoui 2018
...


Yeah, and Görbicz stays for sure


Serious reinforcements? In which areas? they seem to have quite a complete Squad and key players already prolonging their stays. As far as I can see the wing position might be the only one needing an Upgrade?


As we can see the wing positions are not important for Ambros Martin, so they won't be upgraded. Győr has very average players on wing positions. I am almost sure they won't sign any wing players.

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby heavenly » Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:20 pm

According to TV2 Sport, Trine Østergaard will be a future Odense's player next summer:
http://sport.tv2.dk/haandbold/2017-01-1 ... ra-rivaler

And FCM is apparently in discussion with Anne Mette Pedersen for replacing Trine Østergaard:
http://aoh.dk/artikel/20170112/fcm-flj- ... iel-aflser

According to Handzone, Armelle Attingre will sign for Nantes:
http://www.handzone.net/asp.net/main.ne ... x?id=62807

Emilie Hegh Arntzen and Amanda Kurtovic are interested by the Vipers Kristiansand's project:
http://www.aftenposten.no/100Sport/ball ... 8668b.html
http://www.aftenposten.no/100Sport/ball ... 8667b.html

Storhamar sent a concrete contract's offer to Heidi Løke. She seems interested but she hasn't taken a
decision yet:
http://www.vg.no/sport/haandball/heidi- ... /a/2389556

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby Doru Delavale » Thu Jan 12, 2017 3:57 pm

Simone Boehme is officialy the RW of CSM cf Hand-ball....

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby HB9 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 4:28 pm

heavenly wrote:According to TV2 Sport, Trine Østergaard will be a future Odense's player next summer:
http://sport.tv2.dk/haandbold/2017-01-1 ... ra-rivaler

Åh nej. :|

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby heavenly » Thu Jan 12, 2017 4:53 pm

Yes HB9, sad news for FCM. :( Odense will look like more and more the Danish national team.
Klavs Brunn Jørgensen must be happy that a lot of NT players will play in the same club. :)

By the way, if Anne Mette Pedersen will sign for FCM, I doubt she can play 60min per match
like Trine Østergaard did. I only hope AM Pedersen will be spared by injuries...

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Re: Transfers 2017/2018

Postby masch1 » Fri Jan 13, 2017 11:07 am

Kamilla Kristensen extends with Odense.

And Trine Østergaard signed for 3 seasons.

http://europamester.dk/to-pressemeddele ... haandbold/

It's some team they are gathering in Odense. Can't wait to see it play.

If AM Pedersen is leaving Copenhagen, I wonder if they'll bring a top replacement or just a young talent. Considering they will probably still have Bont, who's done well enough.


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