Rumor: Slovenian goalkeeper to BSV
Written by: Rasmus Boysen
According to the Danish handball-website Hbold.dk the Danish top club Bjerringbro-Silkeborg has found a new goalkeeper.
With Sebastian Frandsen's injury (read more here), the Danish top club Bjerringbro-Silkeborg has been looking for a new goalkeeper for some time. However, it is probably soon past. According to the Danish handball-website Hbold.dk's information, the Danes are in negotiations with a goalkeeper for a change with immediate effect.
It is the routine Slovenian, Aljoša Rezar. Rezar plays at the moment in the French League club USAM Nimes, but Bjerringbro-Silkeborg wants him to join the club right away due to the injury of Sebastian Frandsen.
Bjerringbro-Silkeborg has a tradition with Slovenian players. The club has Sebastian Skube as a playmaker now, and has previously also had players like the goalkeeper Primož Prošt, the line player Miha Zvizej and the defense specialist Peter Pucelj in the squad.
Aljoša Rezar played until 2011 in the domestic League with the Slovenian top club RK Celje. Furthermore he has played in German VfL Gummersbach. Now, he plays in French, where he also has played in Istres Handball and Tremblay Handball.
34-year-old Aljoša Rezar has played 34 caps for Slovenia, and participated in the European Championship in Austria in 2010.