In the time, when IHF announced this year nominations for the best World players of the 2010, the most popular handball media in south-eastern Europe, Balkan-Handball.com, organised a voting for the best female player. More than 700 votes was clearly on the side of former Yugoslav (Serbia and Montenegro), now, Montenegrin national player and one of the best players of the last decade in European handball, Bojana Popović (31). She got 69% percent of all votes.
After her, at the second place is fantastic Norwegian goalkeeper, Katrin Lunde Haraldsen (11%) and “bronze” took, young Romanian star, Christina Neagu, with 9% of votes. German, Grit Jurak (6%) and Russian, Ljudmila Postnova (5%) are end the end of this group of handball celebrities.
In her career, Popović won five times EHF Champions League. Currently, she is planning to took another one with Budućnost Podgorica, after she decided to left Denmark last summer.