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March 30, 2023

Cristina Neagu nominated for the Champions League All-star team

Romanian handball player, the best world player in 2010, Cristina Neagu, was nominated for the Women’s EHF Champions League All-star team for the season 2013/14, according to eurohandball.com.
Cristina Neagu, now a player of Macedonian team Buducnost, had two serious injuries (right shoulder and left knee) and 25 months without handball. The two-time Romanian handball player of the year scored 51 scored goals in 12 EHF Champions League games this season. This should hint that 2010 World Handball Player of the Year is on the right track to be back to her best shape in her first season abroad. She is just ten goals shy of her personal best in the competition – 65 goals in 2009/10.
For the first time in the women’s European top flight, the season’s All-star team is going to be chosen by those who know best about just who has made the grade week in and week out: the fans.
From a selection of 32 players, four in each position and also the season’s best defensive player, fans are being asked to choose their own All-star team.
Players from 15 nations and nine clubs in the current Women’s EHF Champions League season have been selected.
The vote will be open until Wednesday 30 April 2013. The fans’ choice for the Women’s EHF Champions League All-star team will be announced during the MVM EHF FINAL4 in Budapest on 3 and 4 May 2014.

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