Women's handball: Melinda Zecora continues in the German Bundesliga

Women’s handball: Melinda Zecora continues in the German Bundesliga

Szikora Melinda has been a goalkeeper for a 12-time national handball team for Germany’s SG BBM Bietigheim since summer.


Melinda Secura qualifies for the Bundesliga (Photo: Attila Turok)

The 32-year-old has promoted the Kiskunhalas, Alba Fehérvár and Ferencváros group, and in 2019 he earned a degree in Siófok. His current club announced last Tuesday that he was leaving this summer.

“I look forward to the new challenge in Bietigheim. A new adventure awaits me in a new team, in a new country, in a club with ambitious goals both locally and internationally.” – Said the German national team’s website, Szikora, on Thursday.

Coach Marcus Gogis put it this way, the Hungarian goalkeeper is full of energy and emotions, and Betegem has to develop as a team in this field.

“I am sure Melinda will enrich us with her style of play, as she has the highest level of experience in both the Hungarian championship and the national team.” Think of the trainer.

Sikora is adopted in place of Valentina Salamaha, who is leaving after five years. The Ukrainian-born Azerbaijani handball player also appeared in Siofok. The postman of the Hungarian goalkeeper will be the Norwegian, world and European champion Emily Stang Sandhu from Norway.

Pittheim plays in the UEFA Champions League this season and is second at the top of Germany.

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