With a failure at Olympic Games in Rio began the new era in Montenegrian women’s handball. Head-coach Dragan Adzic resigned, while the new interim solution on the bench became Bojana Popovic after unsuccesful comeback during Olympic tournament, which ended for Balkan team at the end of Preliminary Round.
However, it looks that relations in the team became problematic, according many domestic sources. On the list for upcoming EHF week in which Montenegro will face Macedonia in two test matches, there are no few important names – goalkeeper Sonja Barjaktarović, team captain Marija Jovanović, right back Katarina Bulatović, defensive specialist and playmaker Andjela Bulatović and right wing Jovanka Radičevic.
In official Federation’s letter there were no mentioned which coach gave the list, and that was enough to start rumours about Dragan Adzic’s come-back.
Marina Rajčić – Metz/France
Ljubica Nenezić – Kispest/Hungary
Anastasija Babović – Budućnost
Majda Mehmedović – CSM Bucharest/Romania
Ivona Pavićević – Budućnost
Itana Grbić – Budućnost
Dijana Ujkić – Budućnost
Sanja Premović – Lubin/Poland
Milena Raičević – Budućnost
Đurđina Jauković – Budućnost
Jelena Despotović – Debrecen/Hungary
Ivana Božović – Ploesti/Romania
Vanesa Agović – Budućnost
Đurđina Malović – Budućnost
Andrea Klikovac – Vardar/Macedonia
Jasna Tošković – Roman/Romania
Suzana Lazović – Budućnost
Ema Ramusović – Budućnost
Bobana Klikovac – Debrecen/Hungary