WRHL 2017/2018

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Re: WRHL 2017/2018

Postby Veselin » Sun Sep 17, 2017 12:06 pm

John wrote:I would've been happy with this team if for example Bulatovic stayed.
She's experienced, a leader, and we would've had a real chance even for QF which is the goal this season hahaha. But with this team they should celebrate if they manage to enter the MR.

For me Kaca will be always the best right back whom Buducnost ever had,but she made correct decision.She needs more great results(maybe 5th title in CL,who knows) and she can do it with Rostov.



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Re: WRHL 2017/2018

Postby Kiddo » Mon Sep 18, 2017 9:51 am

Also think if Kaca stayed they would at least reach qf. Rostov lost 2 out of 5 matches in Russia btw. Polman might go back to Holland next summer when her contract with Esbjerg expires.

https://www.hbold.dk/2017/06/05/polmans ... udtalelse/

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Re: WRHL 2017/2018

Postby Veselin » Mon Sep 18, 2017 10:26 am

Kiddo wrote:Also think if Kaca stayed they would at least reach qf. Rostov lost 2 out of 5 matches in Russia btw. Polman might go back to Holland next summer when her contract with Esbjerg expires.

https://www.hbold.dk/2017/06/05/polmans ... udtalelse/

They lost two matches,but it doesn't say anything.They showed quality two times against CSM and against Vardar.Against Lada and Astrakhanochka they played without:Borschenko,Vyakhiereva,Sedoykina and Slivinskaya.


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