Petar Nenadic for HP: "In Plock because of high ambition and Danish coach" | Handball Planet

Petar Nenadic for HP: “In Plock because of high ambition and Danish coach”

Players from Balkans are more than welcome in TOP Polish teams in last few years. After Nikola Eklemovic, Bostjan Kavas and Muhamed Toromanovic, Polish champion, Orlen Wisla Plock will be even stronger for the next season with Serbian “Eagles”, Petar Nenadic and Ivan Nikcevic, Croatian goalkeeper, Marin Sego and Romanian wing, Valentin Ghionea. About his motivation to change Denmark (TVIS HOLSTEBRO) with Poland for talks playmaker, Petar Nenadic:

– A team who played in EHF CL TOP 16 is among the TOP teams in Europe and that was one of the biggest reason, why I decided to come to Wisla. Also, for me is very important that I will work with Danish coach. I have a few good offers, but from Plock was the best in every sense. Wisla and I have same ambitions. I think that this is good step in my career. We will have strong team for the next season with all the players who are coming with me. Wisla is good team with quality players squad and coach. I hope for a good season.

You probably heard a lot about big rivality between Wisla and Vive Kielce? That easily becomes one of the biggest European handball derby matches…

– Of course that I heard about special matches and rivality between Wisla and Kielce. This is clash of two important European teams and as in every derby match, better team can’t win always.

Denmark becomes very important in your career, where you came from Pick Szeged…

– Danish experience was the best in my life. Denmark is the best country for handball. People, fans, players, halls, everything is fantastic.

Zika Bogdanovic
photo: Dragan Zabunovic
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199. – 2007 HC Crvena zvezda Belgrade (3 Serbian Championships titles)
2007-2007 Algeciras (Spain)
2008-2008 F.C Barcelona (Spain)
2008-2010 Pick Szeged (Hungary)
2010 – 2012 TVIS Team Holstebro (Denmark)



  1. xyz

    13. May 2012. at 11:31

    Welcome Petar!

  2. dan

    11. May 2012. at 18:34

    Welcome in Plock!

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