Transfer Tuesday: Recap of departures from SEHA clubs


Summer break is almost behind us, which means that the clubs are preparing the rosters for the upcoming challenges. As we approach the start of the new season, some SEHA stars will continue their career in the new clubs with challenges away from SEHA sky. 

Meshkov Brest decided to part ways with their well-known internationals William Accambray, Artsiom Kulak and Darko Djukic. After one season in Brest, 11 SEHA matches and 29 goals, Accambray will move back to France play for Pays d'Aix Universite. After five SEHA seasons, 45 matches and 71 goals, centre back Artsiom Kulak will wear the Chekhovskie Medvedi jersey. The last one from Meshkov trio, Darko Djukic will keep shining in Portuguese Sporting. Serbian international spent three seasons in SEHA, the last two in Belarus, where he played 22 matches and scored 90 goals.

In the next season, Hungarian Telekom Veszprem will play without Dragan Gajic and Lev Szuharev. Serbian Gajic was a part of two Veszprem's seasons in SEHA. He played 24 matches and netted 99 goals. On the other hand, young Lev Szuharev who recorded 5 goals in 3 appearances in SEHA League will move to SBS-Eger.

The experienced goalkeeper Nikolce Mitrevski has found a new home as he will play for Portuguese Porto. In the last SEHA season, he played 12 matches and had 117 saves. One more departure from Bitola is Vladyslav Ostroushko who will move to Al Rayyan Sports Club. 

Young Lions Josip Eres and Kristian Beciri departed from PPD Zagreb to Tus Ferndorf and Eisenach. Nexe's Ivan Srsen has moved to Bundesliga side HSG Wetzlar. Igor Radojevic will move from Russian Spartak to Dobrogea Sud ConstanČ›a. Stevan Sretenovic is going from Vojvodina to Bakau, while Igor Cagalj's new home is Ohrid, after a successful period in Metaloplastika. Vardar's Domen Sikosek Pelko’s new club is Ciudad de Logrono. Mateusz Kus will depart from Motor Zaporozhye to Energa MKS Kalisz. 

We wish luck to all players in their future clubs!