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TOP 100 handball transfers before season 2019/2020 (41-80th)

The new handball season began last weekend with the first matches of German Bundesliga 2019/2020. Traditionally, at the beginning of every season, Handball-Planet.com brings the list of TOP 100 handball transfers for the upcoming 10 months to make an overview of handball transfer market.

In the opinion of our team, the biggest transfer for the season 2018/2019 was move of the Danish playmaker Rasmus Lauge Schmidt, who decided to get some new experience in Veszprem after taking EHF CL crown and two German Bundesliga titles with SG Flensburg Handewitt.

Like in a year before, transfer of Luka Cindric (now from Kielce to Barca) is on the second place.

TOP 1-40 HANDBALL TRANSFERS 2019/2020:

TOP 41-80 HANDBALL TRANSFERS 2019/2020:

      1. 41. Kevin Bonnefoi (Montpellier – Nantes)
    1. 42. Niko Mindegia (Chambery Savoie – Orlen Wisla Plock)
      1. 43. Branko Kankaras (Istres – Meshkov Brest)
    1. 44. Yanis Lenne (FC Barcelona – Montpellier)
    1. 45. Niclas Kirkeløkke (GOG Handbold – Rhein Neckar Lowen)
    1. 46. Quentin Minel (Chambéry Savoie/FRA – HC Erlangen)
    1. 47. Pavel Horak (HC Meshkov Brest – THW Kiel)
    1. 48. Marko Panic (Azoty Pulawy – Meshkov Brest)
    1. 49. Petar Djordjic (Meshkov Brest – Benfica SL)
    1. 50. Dmitry Kiselev (RK Vardar Skopje – Chekhovskie Medvedi)
    1. 51. Diogo Silva (Porto Sofarma – RK Celje PL)
    1. 52. William Accambray (Veszprem Handball – Meshkov Brest)
    1. 53. Jaka Malus (RK Celje PL – Meshkov Brest)
    1. 54. Rok Ovnicek (RK Celje PL – HBC Nantes)
    1. 55. Alex Calvacanti (Benfica SL – HBC Nantes)
    1. 56. Espen Lie Hansen (HBC Nantes – Drammen)
    1. 57. Cesar Almeida (BM Granollers – Fenix Toulouse)
    1. 58. Jan Grebenc (Skjern Denmark – RK Celje PL, Slovenia)
    1. 59. Filip Ivic (PGE Vive Kielce – VfL Gummersbach)
    1. 60. Pawel Paczkowski (PGE Vive Kielce – Telekom Veszprem)
    1. 61. Tobias Thulin (Redbergslids IK/SWE – SC Magdeburg)
    1. 62. Ivan Stevanovic (Kadetten Schaffhausen – Orlen Wisla Plock)
    1. 63. Tim Hornke (TBV Lemgo-Lippe – SC Magdeburg)
    1. 64. Tomas Mrkva (HBW Balingen-Weilstetten – Bergischer HC)
    1. 65. Vid Kavticnik (Montpellier – AIX)
    1. 66. Martin Ziemer (TSV Hannover-Burgdorf – Fuchse Berlin)
    1. 67. Ignacio Biosca Garcia (BM Ademar Leon – Kadetten Schaffhausen)
    1. 68. Iman Jamali (Telekom Veszprem – Dinamo Bucuresti)
    1. 69. Michael Müller (MT Melsungen – Fuchse Berlin)
    1. 70. Juan Del Arco (Logrono – Tremblay)
    1. 71. Lukas von Deschwanden (Stutgart – Chambery Savoie)
    1. 72. Nemanja Obradovic (Orlen Wisla Plock – Meshkov Brest) 
    1. 73. Zarko Pesevski (Motor Zaporozhye – Stuttgart)
    1. 74. Bruno Butorac (HC Tatran Presov – Tremblay)
    1. 75. Sebastian Augustinussen (Skjern – HBC Nantes)
    1. 76. Kristian Beciri (RK Celje PL – RK PPD Zagreb)
    1. 77. Filip Taleski (Rhein Neckar Lowen – HBW Balingen-Weilstetten)
    1. 78. Rudolf Faluvegi (Cesson Rennes MHB/FRA – Stuttgart)
    1. 79. Tin Kontrec (RK PPD Zagreb – VfL Gummersbach)
    1. 80. Leon Susnja (RK PPD Zagreb – Wisla Plock/POL)

TOP 81-123 HANDBALL TRANSFERS 2019/2020 (click)

 

2 Comments

  1. Joel Niyokwizerwa

    2. September 2019. at 18:42

    It better to show us the team and country because some for us doesn’t now the country’s team

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