Transfers and resignings for the 2006/2007 season

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Postby zero » Sun Jul 23, 2006 1:12 pm

Olena Tsygitsa in Podravka Vegeta?


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Postby Horia » Sun Jul 23, 2006 1:29 pm

Gyor signed former Oltchim player, Stancuta Guiu, seems that Gogarla had something to do with that, but she's suck a lame keeper... :?

http://www.prosport.ro/index.php?c=13&a=123377

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Postby yabbagabb » Sun Jul 23, 2006 2:08 pm

Horia wrote:Gyor signed former Oltchim player, Stancuta Guiu, seems that Gogarla had something to do with that, but she's suck a lame keeper... :?

http://www.prosport.ro/index.php?c=13&a=123377


i don't think gogirla is involved, herr is injured and eto needed a not young (but cheap?) goalie till she is back.the contract is just about 4 months which obviously shows that it's just a periodical solution.

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Postby red and white » Mon Jul 24, 2006 7:36 pm

Some news from Denmark.

Olga Assink who only just recently made her come-back, has been forced to end her career. Her bad knee will never be able to cope with handball at top-level. This is a shame for the sport, cause on her peek-level, Assink is one of the absolut best pivots!

Hungarian playmaker Judit Csenki has signed a two-year contract with Frederikshavn FOX in the second best league.

Finally there is some news about the injury of Katja Nyberg. Apparently she is recovering faster than expected and her come-back could very well be before the new year, but they are still very cautious because a shoulder-injury is very tricky and the risk of a setback is always great. The info is from this interview: http://www.op.no/sport/article2205755.ece

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Postby Sporten » Mon Jul 24, 2006 7:51 pm

red and white wrote:Finally there is some news about the injury of Katja Nyberg. Apparently she is recovering faster than expected and her come-back could very well be before the new year, but they are still very cautious because a shoulder-injury is very tricky and the risk of a setback is always great. The info is from this interview: http://www.op.no/sport/article2205755.ece


Yes, it looks good for Katja. In the article she says that she might even be ready for the first match of this season on the 3. of September against Viborg. Hopefully she will be ready, but on the other hand it's not a good idea to start too soon, but lets hope Ikast have everything under control.

Gro Hammerseng is back on 100% again... And Ikast might present a substitute for Isabel Blanco within a short period of time.

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Postby red and white » Mon Jul 24, 2006 8:27 pm

Sporten wrote: And Ikast might present a substitute for Isabel Blanco within a short period of time.


:shock: Why do you think that? I thought Ikast had said that wouldn´t happen. They sure need it though, since Karen Brødsgård is too fragile to cope with an entire season alone.

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Postby Goran » Mon Jul 24, 2006 8:53 pm

News for Podravka and every other team interested in Tsygitsa.

Kometal is entitled and will request tranfer fee for her transfer. The ammount is still not set.

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Postby mikh » Mon Jul 24, 2006 9:22 pm

yabbagabb wrote:
Horia wrote:Gyor signed former Oltchim player, Stancuta Guiu, seems that Gogarla had something to do with that, but she's suck a lame keeper... :?

http://www.prosport.ro/index.php?c=13&a=123377


i don't think gogirla is involved, herr is injured and eto needed a not young (but cheap?) goalie till she is back.the contract is just about 4 months which obviously shows that it's just a periodical solution.


Stancuta Guiu is a very experienced goalie and before she got pregnant she was among the finest from the NL. Anyway her form wasn't exceptional last season but I trust she will manage to reclaim her best form and make very good displays for Gyor.

It's still a surprise, a good one, that she managed to go to such a valuable team and I also believe Gogirla has a little to do with this transfer (they are good friends and her word might have counted a little more one would think).

Good luck to Stanki at Gyor!

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Postby starmix » Mon Jul 24, 2006 9:33 pm

Ålborg DH will soon present a new player, but who can it be this close to the start of the new season??

is there any who has an idea, who this player could be??

they sure need players, but most tranfers have been made,
doesn't it seem a little odd, if a star players leaves at this time!

It doesn't say anywhere that it is a class player, but isn't that what they need. someone to support mehlman and Logvin??

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Postby Sporten » Mon Jul 24, 2006 10:02 pm

red and white wrote: :shock: Why do you think that? I thought Ikast had said that wouldn´t happen. They sure need it though, since Karen Brødsgård is too fragile to cope with an entire season alone.


Because with those big ambitions Ikast have for this season thay can't afford not to find a replacement.

I have heard from the people in Ikast that they are working on finding a temporary replacement for Blanco and they will tell us about it as soon as possible...

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Postby euskadi commander » Mon Jul 24, 2006 11:45 pm

Goran wrote:News for Podravka and every other team interested in Tsygitsa.

Kometal is entitled and will request tranfer fee for her transfer.


. . . because she still had one year left of the contract when last year she did not play because of pregnancy. But, Kometal will let her go, if the club interested pays a certain fee.

Somehow, looks like a possible new battle between Kometal and Podravka (just to mention Budimir’s case) that will be decided on EHF’s table.

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Postby zorasourit » Tue Jul 25, 2006 2:53 pm

red and white wrote:Olga Assink who only just recently made her come-back, has been forced to end her career. Her bad knee will never be able to cope with handball at top-level. This is a shame for the sport, cause on her peek-level, Assink is one of the absolut best pivots!


Yes, it's a shame, indeed :( She was soooooo good...

red and white wrote:Hungarian playmaker Judit Csenki has signed a two-year contract with Frederikshavn FOX in the second best league.


This seems a bit odd :roll: When she was the playmaker of Ferencváros, she was either mediocre or plain bad. Do FOX aim to come back to Toms League straightaway?

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Postby yvon » Wed Jul 26, 2006 7:14 am

Véronique Pecqueux-Rolland, ES Besançon F's pivot signed with Cercle Dijon Bourgogne for 2 years

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Postby Falk » Wed Jul 26, 2006 8:55 am

Yes, when not injured, Assink was only behind Bodnieva.

News from FCK: EHF has demanded that FCK releases Palinger's license, but FCK has made an appeal stating that EHF has made a lot of factual errors in the verdict.
FCK is not my club, but it's hard to see how Palinger can be right here. Unles they have made an "illness option" in the contract, FCK should not, of course, let her go without fee, since the contract does not expire until 2007.

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Postby red and white » Thu Jul 27, 2006 12:12 pm

It´s hard to go without handball for so many months, so in my desperation I made this status over all the Danish team competing in the European competitions(also Randers since they will have a very interesting team). Just a list of players and a view on who is leaving/joining the teams. There can be mistakes, so please do correct them if you find any.

Viborg HK:
Valerie Nicolas, keeper (FRANCE)
Louise Bager Nørgård, keeper
Marie Staun, keeper
Heidi Astrup, playmaker
Chao Zhai, leftback/center (CHINA)
Trine Troelsen, leftback/center
Rikke Skov, leftback
Lene Thomsen, leftback
Grit Jurack, righback (GERMANY)
Isabel Ortuño Torrico, rightback (SPAIN)
Henriette Mikkelsen, leftwing
Gitte Aaen, leftwing
Cristina Varzaru, rightwing (ROMANIA)
Kristina Bille Hansen, rightwing
Lene Lund Nielsen, pivot
Charlotte Højfeldt, pivot

Leaving: Ann Grete Nørgård, Olga Assink(retire)
Joining: Gitte Aaen


Minimal changes in the squad which should also mean minimal changes in the strength of the team, but the fact that the players know each other so well will be an advantage especially in the first part of the season. Only injured player is Lene Thomsen and she should be back in time for the first league match. Olga Assink retiring will not make much difference, since she basically played zero minutes last season, and the exchange between Gitte Aaen and Ann Grete Nørgård is pretty even. So once again a contender for the CL-title.


Slagelse DT:
Cecilie Leganger, keeper (NORWAY)
Karina Friis, keeper
Christina Krogshede, center
Anja Obradovic, center (SCG)
Bojana Popovic, leftback (SCG)
Anne Loft, back
Marie Höpfner, back
Ana Batinic, rightback (SCG)
Katarina Bulatovic, rightback (SCG)
Tatiana Bennedsen, rightback/rightwing
Maja Savic, leftwing (SCG)
Emiliya Turey, leftwing (RUSSIA)
Line Hovgård, leftwing
Sofie Steffensen, leftwing
Helle Svensson, leftwing
Andjela Rajovic, leftwing
Kamilla Kristensen, pivot
Mette Melgård, pivot
Liza Olsen, pivot

Leaving: Isabella Thomsen, Carmen Lungu, Marie Möller, Rikke Hørlykke, Irina Poltoratskaya
Joining: Katarina Bulatovic, Karina Friis, Christina Krogshede, Anja Obradovic, Andjela Rajovic, Marie Höpfner


I expect Slagelse to struggle and end up with no titles. They have lost some very central players and especially Lungu and Hørlykke will be missed. Only interesting reinforcement is Bulatovic, because of her potential – however, in this early stage of her career, she will not at all be able to fill out Lungu´s place. So the way I see it Leganger and Popovic will even more than before be the stars of the team, while Savic and Turey must take even more responsibility. Many worthless players in Slagelse, but who knows – maybe Krogshede, Batinic and Obradovic will suddenly play fantastic. We will see.

Aalborg DH:
Katrine Lunde, keeper (NORWAY)
Maria Nørgård, keeper
Kristine Lunde, center (NORWAY)
Tanja Logvin, leftback (AUSTRIA)
Lærke Møller, leftback
Ibolya Mehlmann, rightback (HUNGARY)
Sandra Kjær, rightback
Louise Mortensen, leftwing/back
Matilda Boson, leftwing (SWEDEN)
Louise Pedersen, rightwing
Natalia Deriouguina, pivot (RUSSIA)
Johanna Wiberg, pivot (SWEDEN)

Leaving: Narcisa Lecusanu, Isabel Blanco, Marianne Rokne, Rikke Schmidt, Rikke Nielsen, Natasja Burgers, Bettina Nielsen
Joining: Ibolya Mehlmann, Tanja Logvin, Johanna Wiberg, Maria Nørgård


Well Aalborg will definetely get a fantastic first seven, but their bench will be way too small to cope with the Danish league, the Danish cup and the CL. Even though 12 players are listed above Sandra Kjær and Lærke Møller are born in 1989 and much too young for this level, while the keeper Maria Nørgård is really bad. So 9-10 players and only three players for the backcourt is simple not sufficient.

Ikast/Bording:
Rikke Schmidt, keeper
Camilla Eriksen, keeper
Gro Hammerseng, center (NORWAY)
Kari Anne Henriksen, center (NORWAY)
Tanja Milanovic, (SCG)
Katja Nyberg, leftback (NORWAY)
Hanne Halén, back (NORWAY)
Sara Hansen, back
Camilla Thorsen, leftwing (NORWAY)
Line Daugård, leftwing
Ragnhild Aamodt, rightwing (NORWAY)
Isabel Blanco, pivot (NORWAY)
Karen Brødsgård, pivot

Leaving: Karin Mortensen, Lise Knudsen, Fanny Lagerström, Bettina Andersen, Ane Brustuen
Joining: Katja Nyberg, Rikke Schmidt, Camilla Thorsen, Isabel Blanco


The entire Norwegian first line-up except Riegelhuth and Katrine Lunde is not bad at all. Tough luck that Blanco got so seriously injured, but hopefully they will manage to find a some-what decent replacement. The prospects for Hammerseng and Nyberg look bright and with those two on the team, Ikast will be favorites to win the EHF-cup.

FCK:
Madeleine Grundstöm, keeper (SWEDEN)
Christina Pedersen, keeper
Mette Sjøberg, leftback
Anita Bulath, leftback (HUNGARY)
Sara Eriksson, leftback (SWEDEN)
Suzana Cubela, leftback (SCG)
Tine Mikkelsen, leftback
Stina Madsen, leftwing
Michelle Skovgaard, leftwing
Josephine Touray, rightwing
Mia Falk, pivot
Sara Holmgren, pivot (SWEDEN)
Melanie Smith Nielsen, pivot

Leaving: Steluta Luca, Mette Vestergård, Eszter Siti, Lene Tobiasen, Elly An de Boer, Katalin Palinger, Christina Krogshede
Joining: Mette Sjøberg, Mia Falk, Anita Bulath, Madeleine Grundström, Sara Eriksson, Tine Mikkelsen


I think their strength is pretty unchanged compared to last season, but they are definetely not stronger! They have a weird way of buying players – lots of great leftbacks and pivots, but no center-players nor rightbacks and Touray is apparently the only lefthander in the squad. Also their leftwings are very unstable. They will certainly miss Vestergård, Luca and Siti.

GOG Svendborg TGI:
Inna Suslina, keeper (RUSSIA)
Mette Iversen, keeper
Pearl van der Wissel, center (HOLLAND)
Winnie Mølgård, center
Anette Hovind Johansen, leftback (NORWAY)
Karina Jørgensen, leftback
Anette Knudsen, back
Lise Knudsen, rightback
Trine Jensen, rightback
Monique Feijen, leftwing (HOLLAND)
Malene Dalgård, leftwing
Maibritt Kviesgaard, rightwing
Tina Flognman, pivot

Leaving: Anna Kareeva, Ditte Andersen, Stine Frank, Thea Keller Roesberg, Stinne Bossen, Aiko Hayafune
Joining: Lise Knudsen, Maibritt Kviesgaard, Karina Jørgensen


Many think GOG has gotten stronger primarily because of Jan Pytlick, but if you take a look at which players are coming and which are going, then they actually seem weakened. Anna Kareeva will certainly be missed, while Kviesgaard is quite young and, therefore, not that much better than Hayafune on the rightwing position. Karina Jørgensen struggles with a serious illness, so whether she will be able to play or not is pretty uncertain.

Randers HK:
Terese Pedersen, keeper (NORWAY)
Olga Hoffmann, keeper (HUNGARY)
Stine Bonde Jensen, keeper
Nina Wörz, center (GERMANY)
Berit Kristensen, center
Laura Danielsen, center/back
Katrine Fruelund, leftback
Helene Andersen, leftback
Helle Dam Nielsen, leftback
Natasja Burgers, rightback (HOLLAND)
Ann Grete Nørgård, leftwing
Mie Augustesen, leftwing
Katrine Munch, rightwing
Bettina Andersen, rightwing
Tatiana Silitch, pivot (BELARUS)
Heidi Johansen, pivot

Leaving: Karina Jørgensen, Lene Tønnesen, Pernille Fisker, Tina Bjerke, Kristin Börseth, Kathrine Rothausen
Joining: Katrine Fruelund, Nina Wörz, Terese Pedersen, Ann Grete Nørgård, Natasja Burgers, Bettina Andersen


Many changes in this team and all for the better. Don´t know what else to say, but they might just make it into top-4. We will see.

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Postby striker » Thu Jul 27, 2006 12:45 pm

Ferencvaros football club is relegated to 2nd league.
Is this news anyhow connected with Ferencvaros handball club? I heard earlier this year that there are problems with finances in all Ferencvaros clubs...

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Postby timus » Thu Jul 27, 2006 2:02 pm

striker wrote:Ferencvaros football club is relegated to 2nd league.
Is this news anyhow connected with Ferencvaros handball club? I heard earlier this year that there are problems with finances in all Ferencvaros clubs...


No. FTC has the own (few) supporters, and has the own piece of money-fund inside FTC (which means Ferencvárosi Torna Club = Gymnastic Club of Ferencváros). The football club has been relegated because they haven't got the license for the first league(the permission from the Hungarian Football Federation). It's very complicated. But FTC handball is in safe (temporarily).

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Postby HPeter » Thu Jul 27, 2006 6:00 pm

red and white: Your list is great, and comments are objective, without bias.

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Postby harder_faster » Thu Jul 27, 2006 11:27 pm

red and white wrote:It´s hard to go without handball for so many months, so in my desperation I made this status over all the Danish team competing in the European competitions(also Randers since they will have a very interesting team). Just a list of players and a view on who is leaving/joining the teams. There can be mistakes, so please do correct them if you find any.
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red and white - you are the member of the week... 8:)

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Postby harder_faster » Thu Jul 27, 2006 11:29 pm

according to the hypo hp, ausra fridrikas is back with the team.

http://www.hypo-noe.at/de/MENU_2/news/n ... rt-zurueck

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Postby Bo$ko » Fri Jul 28, 2006 12:52 am

What a sensation ??? :) Ausra good luck !!!

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Postby jarmusch » Fri Jul 28, 2006 8:37 am

Randi Gustad will make a comeback in Ikast... not 100% certaint, but... Norwegian TV2 and VG writes that she has received an offer from Ikast she can't refuse, and that she will make her decision in few days.

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Postby red and white » Fri Jul 28, 2006 10:22 am

jarmusch wrote:Randi Gustad will make a comeback in Ikast... not 100% certaint, but... Norwegian TV2 and VG writes that she has received an offer from Ikast she can't refuse, and that she will make her decision in few days.


This would be a good solution, but far from perfect. Apparently Gustad will still live in Norway and continue her career as a lawyer, while playing for Ikast :shock: So she will only come to Denmark and train with her team once a week and then of course in the weekends to play matches.

On another note. Team Esbjerg has signed a two-year contract with the 21-year-old rightwing Trine Fjelde Olsen from Sola HK.

Strange, because I thought she had extended her contract with Sola...? At least that is what it says on their webpage.

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Postby Horia » Fri Jul 28, 2006 12:41 pm

Valentina Radu from Rulmentul to Vestmannaeyjar (Iceland).

Ylmaz Yeliz joined Rulmentul Brasov.

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Postby Milica » Sun Jul 30, 2006 9:33 am

Jana Vasiljeva has joined the camp of ZRK Buducnost Monet, but she hasn't signed a contract yet because Buducnost wants to see her more, and she'll have to do some tests, so the club can see if she is good enough.

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