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12:35 15-April-2017

Tatran Prešov signs Butorac

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Written by: Rasmus Boysen

The Slovakian champion Tatran Prešov has signed the Croatian right back Bruno Butorac.

The Slovakian champions Tatran Prešov has announced another player for the next season - the Croatian right back Bruno Butorac. The 22-year-old player of the Croatian club RK Dubrava Zagreb has been one of the best players of Croatian League recently.

Bruno Butorac started to play for RK Pavleki at his local school. After that he played for RK Medvescak Zagreb for 2 years. Then he moved to RK Zagreb, where he played for 4 years.

The promising Croatian left-handed player was the member of successful Croatian U17, U19 and U21 national teams with 25 international appearances. In 2013 he was a member of Croatian U19 national team who won the silver medal at the Men´s Youth World Handball Championships in Hungary.

"It is a big honour for me to join Tatran Prešov", said Bruno Butorac in a press release. The right back added: "I expect to learn a lot from other players and coach in Tatran. I am looking forward to game experience in the Champions League and SEHA Gazprom League, in which I would like to be an asset to Tatran and deliver the best possible performances to help the team to be successful. I am glad I will have the opportunity to compete at the highest level and hope to win with Tatran as many games as possible. I am also looking forward to amazing fans of Tatran who will come and support us in our journey next season."

"I believe Bruno Butorac is going to be a great choice for our club. I am sure he will be an asset to the team. He is a dynamic player, athlete with excellent motion we are looking for. He is physically prepared in an outstanding way and able to score a lot of goals. In the past we missed such kind of a player", said Miloslav Chmeliar, the owner of Tatran Prešov.

Read also: Tatran Prešov has found new coach

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