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17:47 03-August-2016

Baia Mare lose yet another player

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The Croatian line player Antonio Pribanić leaves Romanian club HCM Minaur Baia Mare to join Polish club KPR Legionowo on a 1-year contract to the summer of 2017.

Since the Romanian club HCM Minaur Baia Mare, who won the Romanian championship in 2015 and participated in the Champions League last season, came in financial problems, they have lost several players and their Danish head coach Lars Walther. Also the Croatian line player Antonio Pribanić has now found a new club.

The 28-year-old Croatian line player, who came to HCM Minaur Baia Mare from the Polish club Tauron Stal Mielec in 2014, has signed a 1-year contract with the Polish PGNiG Superliga-club KPR Legionowo. KPR Legionowo finished in sixth place in the Polish league last season.

Antonio Pribanić has played for the following clubs:

RK Kvarner, Croatia
RK Senj, Croatia
RK Umag, Croatia
-2011: RK Bjelovar, Croatia
2011-2013: Pick Szeged, Hungary
2013-2014: Tauron Stal Mielec, Poland
2014-2016: HCM Minaur Baia Mare, Romania

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