The EHF Champions League winners 2017 RK Vardar Skopje have got the first German player in the club’s history.
Left back Christian Dissinger, who got out from the contract with THW Kiel last week, signed two years deal with the best Macedonian team.
The 27-years old Dissinger was one of the best player of generation 1990. He was voted as MVP of Junior World Championship 2011 in Greece, but injuries didn’t give him a chance to reach his full potential.
Dissinger played for Kadetten Schaffhausen and TUS Lubbecke, but also THW Kiel since 2015. He won European gold and Olympic bronze medal with Germany in 2016.
21. October 2018. at 09:26
Howw come I can’t find any market value of handball players ? Let alone how much clubs have payed for a transfer of a handball player ?. Is it a secret ? or have all handball klubs agreed not to make this public ?