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20.07.2015, 10:30
On the move
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NEWS FEATURE: Take a closer look at the 10 most significant summer transfers in the VELUX EHF Champions League. Part 1 ranks places 10 to 6.

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On the move

Each July elite handball players all over Europe head for pastures new before preparations for the coming season begin in earnest.

The lead up to the 2015/16 VELUX EHF Champions League season has been no different, and here, ehfcl.com presents places 10 to 6 of the top transfers so far this summer. Places 5 to 1 will be published on 22 July.

No 10: Pavel Atman (RUS, Meshkov Brest)

The 'blond goal machine' is back where it all began. Pavel Atman, who started playing for Kaustik Volgograd in his native Russia, made his breakthrough on the international stage in Belarus, with Dinano Minsk, before joining Macedonian powerhouse HC Metalurg in 2013. After the Skopje club hit financial problems, he made a short desert trip to Al-Ahly in Qatar, but the playmaker and left back is back in Europe and, more specifically, Belarus, bolstering the squad of SEHA Liga finalist Meshkov Brest.

No 9: Jorge Maqueda (ESP, Vardar Skopje)

This Spanish star is set to shine in Skopje next season. Following coach Raul Gonzales and the likes of Alex Dujshebaev and Arpad Sterbik, 2013 world champion Jorge Maqueda is the latest player enlisted to help make the Russian-powered Macedonian champions’ VELUX EHF FINAL4 dream a reality. The powerful 27-year-old right back has featured in an EHF Cup final for HBC Nantes and joins fellow new signings Alexander Dereven from Chekhovskie Medvedi and Macedonian international Dejan Manaskov.

No 8: Konstantin Igropoulo (RUS, KIF Kolding-Kobenhavn)

'If you win special trophies, you need to shoot special pictures' – a rule adopted by Russian star Konstantin Igropoulo over the past two seasons. After winning the German Cup in 2014 and the EHF Cup in 2015 with his former club Füchse Berlin, Igropoulo posted pictures from the dressing room, nude and with just the trophy protecting his modesty. A 2012 Champions League winner with FC Barcelona, he continues his journey through Europe having already stopped off in Russia, Greece, Spain and Germany. At KIF he will be asked to fill the large shoes of Swedish world star Kim Andersson. 

No 7: Darko Stanic (SRB, Rhein Neckar Löwen) 

When it comes to filling big shoes, there can be few bigger than those of departing Löwen star Niklas Landin. That task has fallen on Darko Stanic, who returns to Europe following a short stint playing in Kuwait. Nicknamed 'minister of defence' following his performances as the top goalkeeper at EHF EURO 2012, this could the 36-year-old’s last chance to fight for major honours at club level.

No 6: Mariusz Jurkiewicz (POL, Vive Tauron Kielce)

After two years apart, coach Talant Dujshebaev and powerful Polish left back Mariusz Jurkiewicz are finally reunited. The pair worked together at Atletico Madrid until 2013, before, after 10 years in Spain the tall shooter returned to his native Poland, joining Wisla Plock. But following two years with the domestic runners-up, he completes his move to the VELUX EHF FINAL4 participants having already negotiated the move last year before the clubs failed to agree on a fee.


TEXT: Björn Pazen / jh
 
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