15. 09. 2020

HUN W: Sara Najdic in Fatum Nyíregyháza

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Slovenian national team member Sara Najdic joined Hungarian team Fatum Nyíregyháza.

 

Slovenian setter arrived in Hungary after a season in Romania where she played for VC Medgidia.

Sara is a standard member of the Slovenian national team. She won several national and international titles as a member of Nova KBM Branik Maribor. With the Slovenian national team at the last European Championship she achieved the best performance and result in the history of Slovenian women's volleyball.

 

Signing Sara Najdic, Fatum Nyíregyháza plan to enter in the battle for winning national titles in Hungary. With five newcomers to the team, Fatum Nyíregyháza coach Szabolcs Németh will have a team that will be able to compete for national titles in the race with Vasas Obud Budapest, MCM Diamant Kaposvar and Swietelsky Bekescsabai as the main candidates for the top positions.

This season, Fatum Nyíregyháza signed contracts with five new players: Sara Najdic (SLO), Nikola Radosova (SVK), Neira Ortiz (PUR), Zsofia Takács Lacombe (HUN) and Sina Fuchs (GER). 

Sara Najdic 

  • 2020/2021 Fatum Nyíregyháza (HUN)
  • 2019/2020 CS Medgidia (ROM)
  • 2012-2019 Nova KBM Branik Maribor (SLO)
  • Member of the Slovenian national team since 2013.

 

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