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09:07 30-March-2017

Montenegrin Lipovina also stops

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Photo: hsg-wetzlar.de

Written by: Rasmus Boysen

According to the Montenegrin newspaper Vijesti the Montenegrin right back Vladan Lipovina has also decided to stop on the Montenegrin national team.

After the departure from the Montenegrin national team of the great profiles Vuko Borozan and Nebojsa Simić (read more here) and the talented right back of Vive Tauron Kielce, Branko Vujović, who chose the Polish national team, another promising player, Vladan Lipovina, has decided to stop on the Montenegrin national team.

After the former national coach Ljubomir Obradovic resigned only one day before the European Qualifier against Sweden due to an incident at training back in early November 2016 (read more here), everything has been chaotic in Montenegrin handball.

What happened back then was that the former national player, Stevan Vujovic, along with Vukan Lipovina (who is the brother of Vladan Lipovina) and a third unknown man have stormed in and canceled the national team's training where they confronted the now former Montenegrin head coach Ljubomir Obradovic.

The 24-year-old former player of RK Lovćen, BM Ciudad Encantada, RK Metalurg Skopje and HSG Wetzlar and current player of Al-Nasr Dubai SC in United Arab Emirates, Vladan Lipovina, has according to Vijesti deselected the Montenegrin national team due to the chaotic conditions.

Montenegro at the beginning of May plays two matches against Slovakia in the qualification for the European Championship 2018 in Croatia.

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