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15:43 07-November-2016

Stojanović to Hungary

Categories: Eastern Europe
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The former Serbian national player, Aleksandar Stojanović, has signed a contract with the Hungarian club Kőnig-Trade Balmazújvárosi KK for the rest of the season.

The 33-year-old Serbian right back, who since summer, where his contract with the Swiss champions Kadetten Schaffhausen expired, has been a free agent, has now signed a contract for the rest of the season with the Hungarian club Kőnig-Trade Balmazújvárosi KK.

Aleksandar Stojanović played the last 7 years in the Swiss club, Kadetten Schaffhausen, but has also been a part of RK Metalurg, Cimos Koper, RK Celje, RK Vardar, RK Roter Stern Belgrad, RK Vrbas and RK Jagodina.

Kőnig-Trade Balmazújvárosi KK is at the moment in thirteenth place and second to last in the Hungarian league with 3 points in 10 matches.

 

Aleksandar Stojanović was previously on his way to the ambitious Turkish club Göztepe SK.

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