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10:03 09-November-2016

Russian national player to Tremblay

Categories: Eastern Europe
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Photo: tremblayhandball.com

Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The top club of the second best division of France, Tremblay, has signed the 29-year-old Russian national player of Chartres, Alexander Pyshkin, for the rest of the season.

 

Press release from Tremblay Handball:

After the injury to the Achilles tendon (total break during the Coupe de la Ligue match against Nantes on October 29th) and the unavailability for the rest of the season for Pierre Marche Tremblay Handball was looking for a joker at the line player position.

Last week the line player of Chartres, Alexander Pyshkin, came to Tremblay-en-France to test with the collective driven by David Christmann. These tests deemed conclusive, the Tremblay staff decided to sign Russian player until June 30, 2017.

Released by CMHB28, Alexander joined his new club last night and was able to train normally with his new teammates. He notably found Ruslan Junisbekov with whom he wore the jersey of St. Petersburg and the national selection of Russia in the past.


Alexander Pyshkin facts:

Line player - 29 years - 197 cm - 102 kg - Russian nationality
Russian national players
Former clubs: St. Petersburg, Chartres.

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