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Neagu’s homecoming is major coup for CSMNEWS REPORT: After months of tough negotiations, CSM finally sign the most-sought after player this season, with Cristina Neagu signing for two years
Media accreditation for WOMEN'S EHF FINAL4 2017 beginsTwo and a half months before the start of the WOMEN'S EHF FINAL4 2017, accreditation requests from media representatives are now being accepted
Buducnost's Cvijic agrees move to VardarNEWS REPORT: Power shift at the Balkans as Dragana Cvijic is playing her farewell season at Buducnost, after agreeing to become Vardar's first reinforcement for 2017/18.
Five talking points after the weekend’s WCL actionTALKING POINTS: Three teams have qualified for the knockout stage and five have maintained their unbeaten run in the main round
Fit FTC claim two points in PodgoricaGROUP 1 REVIEW: FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria maintained their perfect record in the EHF Champions League Main Round by comfortably beating Buducnost away.
Györ save a point in last minute, CSM earn easy winGROUP 2 REVIEW: Györ fight back from behind to earn a point against Larvik, while CSM power past Esbjerg.
Vardar snatch two points in unexpected thrillerGROUP 1 REVIEW: HC Vardar earn their eighth successive victory in the EHF Champions League 2016/17 after a nerve-wracking match against THC.
Metz back on track with record victoryGROUP 1 REVIEW: Metz claimed their first points in the Main Round after setting several club records with a 19-goal win over Astrakhanochka.
No mistakes for FC Midtjylland as Jörgensen shinesGROUP 2 REVIEW: Another home win for FC Midtjylland, 28:19 against Krim, propelled the Danish side to second place in the group
Györ’s Mørk to face former teammatesGROUP 2 PREVIEW: Györ are edging closer to a quarter-final berth as superstar Nora Mørk will host her ex-club, Larvik. Midtjylland and Bucuresti are seeking home wins.
Buducnost and FTC clash in PodgoricaGROUP 1 PREVIEW: All eyes will be on Podgorica as third-ranked Buducnost prepare to face FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria, who are undefeated in the main round.
5 things we learned from the second roundTALKING POINTS: The second Women's EHF Champions League Main Round matches saw individual masterclasses as the table standings were shaken up. Here are five things we are still talking about today.
No-nonsense win for Györ against EsbjergGROUP 2 REVIEW: The Hungarian champions powered past Esbjerg in Denmark, 32:26, in another convincing win.
Vardar claim seventh straight winGROUP 1 REVIEW: HC Vardar defeated Metz Handball in a tight battle in Round 2 to continue their winning streak
Hard-fought wins for Bucharest and LarvikGROUP 2 REVIEW: Bucharest survived a late comeback from Krim to take their first win in the Main Round, 24:21, while Larvik bested FCM in an epic Nordic clash, 24:22
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