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“He could make much more” – Sergei Gorbok retires!

One of the best Russian players in the last two decades, Sergei Gorbok, retires according to Pressball.

The 37 years-old left back has decided to finish career after the end of cooperation with RK Vardar Skopje, where he stayed to live and run business previously established.

Gorbok had fantastic career began at Arcatron, ZTR followed by first big international challenge with RK Celje Pivovarna Lasko and then Rhein Neckar Lowen, Chekhovskie Medvedi, RK Vardar Skopje and Pick Szeged. 

He won EHF Champions League with RK Vardar in 2019.

Gorbok has played for Belarus until 2009, and since then for Russian national team.

Despite a successful career, it looks that in line with his potential, Gorbok could do it much more. From time to time his performances were comparable with the best of the best, but the main problem was continuity.

Gorbok’s career:

1999–2003
Arkatron Minsk
2003–2005
ZTR Zaporizhia
2005–2007
RK Celje
2007–2010
Rhein-Neckar Löwen
2010–2013
Chekhovskiye Medvedi
2013–2014
Rhein-Neckar Löwen
2014–2016
RK Vardar
2016–2018
SC Pick Szeged
2018–2020
RK Vardar

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