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Serbs start without Milutin Dragićević

Coach of the national team of Serbia, Veselin Vuković, announced 28 players for the action “Sweden 2011”.  Legend of the Yugoslav handball at the bench of Serbs can’t count on Milutin Dragićević (27), line player of THW Kiel, who decided to stop to play for the national team, because private reasons. “Hercules”, what is his nickname from the time when he played in Denmark, already left the national team during WC 2009 in Croatia, unhappy, because he wasn’t in squad of 16 players. After that, Dragićević decided to come back and help Serbia to qualify for the WC 2011 in two matches with Czech Republic last June, but now it look like that decision is final. From the squad for EURO 2010, Vuković didn’t invite six players (Danijel Andjelković, Aleksandar Stojanović, Nikola Kojić, Petar Nenadić, Dejan Perić and Ivan Lapčević)

Serbs will start with the preparation for the WC 2011 at 20th December. They will play three friendly matches until 14th January, when they will start in Malmo against Algeria. At the “Day of Serbian Handball” at 26th of December in Belgrade will meet Serbia and Russia (Vladimir Maximov is the guest of the coaching seminar). After that, Serbia will travel to Tunisia, where will play against home team. Finally, a few days for trip to Scandinavia, Momir Ilić and the others will face Austrian national team, again in Belgrade.

Official squad of 28 players:

Goalkeepers:
1.        PEJANOVIĆ Dimitrije    HC Torrevijea (ESP)
2.        STANIĆ Darko    HC Cimos Koper (SLO)
3.        MARJANAC Dragan    HC Toledo (ESP)
4.        RISTANOVIĆ Radivoje    HC Amaya Sport SA (ESP)

Left wings:
5.        NIKČEVIĆ Ivan    HC Granollers (ESP)
6.        MARKOVIĆ Dobrivoje    HC Quenca 2016 (ESP)
7.        MARJANOVIĆ Filip    RK Metaloplastika ZK

Right wings:
8.        PRODANOVIĆ Rajko    HC Vardar Pro (MKD)
9.        TUBIĆ Dragan    HC Mors Thy Handbold (DEN)
10.        KOSTADINOVIĆ Miloš    RK Partizan

Left backs and playmakers
11.        ILIĆ Momir    HC THW Kiel (GER)
12.        RNIĆ Momir    HC Celje Pivovarna (SLO)
13.        VUČKOVIĆ Nenad    HC Melsungen (GER)
14.        ĐORĐIĆ Petar    HC Flensburg Handevit (GER)
15.        ŠEŠUM Žarko    HC Rain Necker Lowen (GER)
16.        PEŠIĆ Miloš    HC Alcobendas (ESP)
17.        ĆURKOVIĆ Danimir    HC BM Antequera (ESP)
18.        RAŠIĆ David    HC Amaya Sport SA (ESP)
19.        BOJINOVIĆ Mladen    HC Montpellier (FRA)
20.        MEŠTER Savo    RK Partizan
21.        PRIBAK Nemanja    HC Nantes (FRA)
22.        MITROVIĆ Uroš    HC Creteil (FRA)

Right backs:
23.        VUJIN Marko    HC MKB Veszprem (HUN)
24.        STANKOVIĆ Ivan    HC Aragon (ESP)
25.        ZELENOVIĆ Nemanja    RK Crvena zvezda

Line players:

26.        STOJKOVIĆ Rastko    HC KS Vive Kielce (POL)
27.        TOSKIĆ Alem    HC Celje Pivovarna (SLO)
28.        VILOVSKI Uroš    HC MKB Veszprem (HUN)

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