Players' naturalisation in women's handball

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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby swarthofole » Sat Nov 23, 2019 6:50 pm

Bo$ko wrote:Romania tries to bring Omoregie, that's why she's not interested anymore to start playing for Slovenia.

this doesn't make sense, but what is your source?
never crossed my mind she could be so in love with Romania. :p
but it's a bit awkward Bregar was waiting for her for that long and suddenly he lost interest. :-k


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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Silviu » Sat Nov 23, 2019 7:01 pm

^ Bo$ko is a reliable source himself :D. As strange as this rumor might sound, I hope he is not joking. But I'm afraid that he actually poured himself a glass of whiskey too much before writing that :D.

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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Bo$ko » Sat Nov 23, 2019 7:34 pm

I didn't say she is already part of Romanian NT... :shock:
She won't play for Slovenia, the question is who'll pay the most? :-k
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Postby swarthofole » Sat Nov 23, 2019 8:20 pm

we could sign her up to our rejuvenation program. 8:)
she can't say no to that. :-"
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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Silviu » Sat Nov 23, 2019 8:55 pm

^ She doesn't even stand a chance, it's easier to become a US citizen than a Romanian one :D. By law one needs to have lived for at least 8 years in Romania (OK, 4 years if already citizen of another EU country), speak the language and know the provisions of the Romanian Constitution :lol:.

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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby John » Sun Nov 24, 2019 12:16 am

That’s her thank you to Slovenia. If it weren’t for Krim she would still play handball with her friends in the park. Or something that looks like handball.

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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Silviu » Sun Nov 24, 2019 12:49 am

How do you know it's her decision and not Bregar's, @John? Take a look at our team, Ryde decided that the best left back and the best right wing of our championship should stay home and be replaced by second-hand players instead.
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Postby swarthofole » Sun Nov 24, 2019 9:35 am

Silviu wrote:^ She doesn't even stand a chance, it's easier to become a US citizen than a Romanian one :D. By law one needs to have lived for at least 8 years in Romania (OK, 4 years if already citizen of another EU country), speak the language and know the provisions of the Romanian Constitution :lol:.

you know the sportsmen could go much faster through this process...
but I hope the clown who runs FRH has nothing to do with this.
she should play for Slovenia.
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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Silviu » Sun Nov 24, 2019 10:06 am

^ No, they cannot go faster, 4 years is already the exception. The law is clear, 4 years if one is already EU citizen or "an international personality" (sportspeople included). The only "exception of the exception" is if one marries a Romanian, then the 8 years are reduced to 5 and if he/she is already EU citizen or "an international personality", then the time can be again cut by half, therefore 2 years and 6 months.

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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby dravo » Sun Nov 24, 2019 12:51 pm

But she played for Slovenia any international match?
If not she has to finish 4 years since she played last for Bulgaria..or what do i miss?

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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Wbk » Sun Nov 24, 2019 1:32 pm

dravo wrote:But she played for Slovenia any international match?
If not she has to finish 4 years since she played last for Bulgaria..or what do i miss?

It's 3 years. Currently, she's already eliglible to play for other country.
Importantly, she didn't play any official match for SLO, so she's still "free".
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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby dravo » Sun Nov 24, 2019 5:13 pm

I would be really happy to get her..but our federation its so lazy that not even think about this solution.They are dreaming to other things all the time

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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Bo$ko » Mon Nov 25, 2019 9:43 pm

I really don't understand your discussion... Omoregie didn't play for Slovenia any official match, so she can choose whatever she wants.
Krim doesn't have money to build F4 contender team around Stanko and Omoregie, as they planned and expected.

Now FRH wants to use this situation and bring her to Romanian NT. Money talks...
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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Silviu » Mon Nov 25, 2019 11:05 pm

^ Only that she (and anyone in her situation) can't play for Romania unless she's a Romanian citizen, which she is not. And as explained above, she can't become one any time soon.

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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Bo$ko » Tue Nov 26, 2019 7:50 pm

Silviu wrote:^ Only that she (and anyone in her situation) can't play for Romania unless she's a Romanian citizen, which she is not. And as explained above, she can't become one any time soon.


Very weird to hear that. Even if I believe each president has power to grant a citizenship for eg. to a sportsman.
We will see in recent future if it is only a rumour or not. Good luck anyway.
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Re: Players' naturalisation in women's handball

Postby Wbk » Sat Nov 30, 2019 11:49 pm

gk Cira Aram LO (1996): FRA --> SEN

In younger age categories, she competed for France at the 2014 Youth U18 WCh in (North) Macedonia & 2016 Junior U20 WCh in Russia.

Now in the Senegalese senior team at WCh in Japan.
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