19. 08. 2019

ROM W: Sara Najdic continues her career in Medgidia

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The Slovenian national team setter Sara Najdic is the new player of the Romanian top division side Club Sportiv Medgidia.


Sara Najdic joined Medgidia on a one-year contract. A 24-year-old setter defended the colors of Nova KBM Branik Maribor from Slovenia in the last seven seasons.

Sara Najdic has won the Slovenian Championship five times, Slovenian Cup four times and MEVZA Cup two times. Individually, she was named as the Best Setter of the MEVZA Cup in season 2012/2013.

She is currently a member of Slovenian national team for upcoming 2019 CEV Volleyball European Championship.


See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.



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