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08.05.2018, 09:40
Bulatovic fights for fifth trophy, Györ duo aim for fourth
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FEATURE: There will be eight multiple Champions League winners on court and one on the bench at the Women's EHF FINAL4 in Budapest
 

Bulatovic fights for fifth trophy, Györ duo aim for fourth

If FINAL4 debutants Rostov-Don win the trophy at the Women’s EHF FINAL4 in Budapest on 12-13 May, it would make Katarina Bulatovic the third most successful player in the history of the competition.

Having won four trophies with three different clubs so far, another title would leave Bulatovic just one short of all-time record holders Bojana Popovic and Ausra Fridrikas, who each won six times.

The Montenegrin right back leads a field of eight multiple Champions League winners, who will be fighting for the trophy in the Hungarian capital. Last season, 12 players were involved after winning the title on various occasions before.

Defending champions Györi Audi ETO KC count on five multiple winners, including duo Eduarda Amorim and Anita Görbicz, who were part of all three title-winning teams in the last five years.

Bulatovic is the only multiple winner in the Rostov squad, while CSM Bucuresti also have one player with more than one trophy to her name: another Montenegrin player, Majda Mehmedovic.

And the only multiple winner in the squad of last season’s finalist Vardar won her trophies as teammate of Bulatovic and Mehmedovic with Buducnost: Serbian line player Dragana Cvijic, who will join CSM next season.

Also, Vardar coach Irina Dibirova lifted the trophy twice. She can become the first woman to win the EHF Champions League as a player and a coach.

Previous Champions League winners in the Women’s EHF FINAL4 2018 squads:

CSM Bucuresti:

Two CL titles:
Majda Mehmedovic (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)

One CL title:
Bianca Bazaliu, Iulia Curea, Jelena Grubisic, Isabelle Gullden, Alina Iordache, Line Jörgensen, Oana Manea (all CSM 2015/16), Cristina Neagu (Buducnost 2014/15), Amanda Kurtovic (Larvik 2010/11)

Györi Audi ETO KC:

Three CL titles:
Eduarda Amorim, Anita Görbicz (all Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14, Györ 2016/17)

Two CL titles:
Nora Mørk (Larvik 2010/11, Györ 2016/17), Bernadett Bognar-Bodi (Györ 2013/14, Györ 2016/17), Anja Althaus (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)

One CL title:
Sara Afentaler, Boglarka Bino, Yvette Broch, Kari Grimsbø, Nycke Groot, Eva Kiss, Jana Knedlikova, Vivien Moharos, Tamara Pal, Sidonia Puhalak, Zsuzsanna Tomori, Emöke Varga (all Györ 2016/17)

HC Vardar Skopje:

Two CL titles:
Dragana Cvijic (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15), coach Irina Dibirova (Slagelse 2004/05, Zvezda 2007/08)

One CL title:
Andrea Lekic, Jovanka Radicevic (both Györ 2012/13), Polina Kuznetsova (Zvezda 2007/08)

Rostov-Don:

Four CL titles:
Katarina Bulatovic (Slagelse 2006/07, Buducnost 2011/12, Györ 2013/14, Buducnost 2014/15)

One CL title:
Mayssa Pessoa, Ana Paula Rodrigues (both CSM 2015/16)

Multiple Women’s EHF Champions League winners:

Six CL titles:

- with two clubs:
Ausra Fridrikas (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000, Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05)

- with three clubs:
Bojana Popovic (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10, Buducnost 2011/12)

Five CL titles:

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Four CL titles:

- with one club:
Rima Sypkus (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Tanja Dshandshgava (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)

- with two clubs:
Katrine Lunde-Haraldsen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10, Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Cristina Varzaru (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10, Bucuresti 2015/16)

- with three clubs:
Katarina Bulatovic (Slagelse 2006/07, Buducnost 2011/12, Györ 2013/14, Buducnost 2014/15)

Three CL titles:

- with one club:
Adrienn Orban (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14, Györ 2016/17)
Eduarda Amorim (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14, Györ 2016/17)
Anita Görbicz (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14, Györ 2016/17)
Chao Zhai (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Grit Jurack (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Lene Lund-Nielsen (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Rikke Skov (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Louise Bager-Nørgaard (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Iris Morhammer (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1999/2000)
Stanca Bozovic (Hypo 1994/95, Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Mette Melgaard (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07)

- with two clubs:
Anja Freser (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03, Slagelse 2003/04)
Luminita Hutupan (Dinu) (Krim 2000/01, Skopje 2001/02, Krim 2002/03)
Cecilie Leganger (Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07, Larvik 2010/11)
Maja Savic (Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07, Podgorica 2011/12)
Heidi Løke (Larvik 2010/11, Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)

Two CL titles:

- with one club:
Agnieszka Matuszewska (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Bernadett Bognar-Bodi (Györ 2013/14, Györ 2016/17)
Branka Mijatovic (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Deja Doler (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Natalia Derepasko (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Tatjana Oder (Krim 2000/01, Krim 2002/03)
Anja Althaus (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Gitte Aaen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Heidi Astrup (Viborg 2005/06, Viborg 2009/10)
Henriette Mikkelsen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Janne Pedersen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Kristine Lunde-Borgersen (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Monika Kovacsicz (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Nora Reiche (Viborg 2008/09, Viborg 2009/10)
Anne Loft (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2006/07)
Carmen Lungu (Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07)
Line Hougaard (Slagelse 2004/05, Slagelse 2006/07)
Rikke Schmidt (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05)
Stina Madsen (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05)
Valentina Radulovic (Slagelse 2003/04, Slagelse 2004/05)
Barbara Strass (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Beatrice Wagner (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Bozena Karkut (Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Edit Matei (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Laura Fritz (Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Marianne Racz (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Mia Hermansson-Høgdahl (Hypo 1993/94, Hypo 1994/95)
Renata Cieloch (Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Tanja Logvin (Hypo 1997/98, Hypo 1999/2000)
Orsolya Herr (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Agnes Hornyak (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Dora Hornyak (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Dorina Korsos (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Aniko Kovacsics (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Adrienn Orban (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Viktoria Redei-Soos (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Szederke Sirian (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Ivett Szepesi (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Raphaelle Tervel (Györ 2012/13, Györ 2013/14)
Dragana Cvijic (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)
Milena Rajcevic (Knezevic) (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)
Suzana Lazovic (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)
Majda Mehmedovic (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)
Zeljka Nikolic (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)
Radmila Petrovic (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)
Marina Rajcic (Vukovic) (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)
Clara Woltering (Buducnost 2011/12, Buducnost 2014/15)

- with two clubs:
Irina Dibirova (Poltoratskaya) (Slagelse 2004/05, Zvezda 2007/08)
Maja Mitrovic (Krim 2000/01, Slagelse 2003/04)
Maria Fisker (Viborg 2008/08, Bucuresti 2015/16)
Nora Mørk (Larvik 2010/11, Györ 2016/17)


TEXT: Björn Pazen / ew
 
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