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Miljan Pusica to Orlen Wisla Plock!

Wisla Plock coach Manolo Cadenas working on his plan to find the young players with a lot of potential with whom Polish vice-champions could be competitive at European level. The new signing is Serbian left back Miljan Pusica (23), who is coming from domestic champion RK Vojvodina, writes Balkan-Handball.com. Serbian NT member, which best quality is defensive performance, signed two years contract with the Polish team.

He was with Serbia at Men’s EHF EURO 2014 in Denmark, but out of the squad as 17th player.

5 Comments

  1. Sasho

    15. April 2014. at 22:18

    I hope that too. But I really don’t believe in it. You want to win titles, so you need something better. But good luck anyway 🙂

  2. oiler

    15. April 2014. at 16:23

    Sasho- so I hope that Manolo know who take to his team and see in this player good man which can change Nenadic.

  3. Sasho

    15. April 2014. at 13:30

    Hi Oiler
    Miljan is a good defensive player. But I have to say he is an average attack player. In his time here in Vojvodina, he did ok. But Vojvodina is an average team and not on the same level like Wisla. So its a big surprise to me that they signed him. Here we have many players like him. He would be a good player for a team in the middle of the league or second Bundesliga. I hope he will be ok. But don’t get your hopes up to high. Good luck.

  4. oiler

    14. April 2014. at 14:45

    Can somebody say something about this player ?

  5. Piotr

    14. April 2014. at 14:12

    Strange buy. Maybe they are satisfied with a top 3 position.

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