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Impressive Larvik take advantage of CSM’s woes, Györ power through to quarter-finalsGROUP 2 REVIEW: Hungarian champions first to qualify for last eight from group, CSM had no answer in defence to Larvik as the Norwegian side scored 35 goals in an impressive win which brought them closer to a quarter-final berth.
Astrakhanochka upset THC, FTC too strong for MetzGROUP 1 REVIEW: Russian side take revenge on Thuringer HC while FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria comfortably beat Metz Handball.
Buducnost looking for revenge and redemptionGROUP 1 PREVIEW: The Balcan heavyweights HC Vardar and Buducnost will clash for the second time in the current EHF Champions League season, this time in Skopje.
Györ eye first quarter-final berth in Group 2GROUP 2 PREVIEW: Larvik and CSM are fighting for a better spot to finish the group, while Györ and Midtjylland could edge closer to the quarter-finals.
Neagu’s homecoming is major coup for CSMNEWS REPORT: After months of tough negotiations, CSM finally sign the most-sought after player this season, with Cristina Neagu signing for two years
Media accreditation for WOMEN'S EHF FINAL4 2017 beginsTwo and a half months before the start of the WOMEN'S EHF FINAL4 2017, accreditation requests from media representatives are now being accepted
Buducnost's Cvijic agrees move to VardarNEWS REPORT: Power shift at the Balkans as Dragana Cvijic is playing her farewell season at Buducnost, after agreeing to become Vardar's first reinforcement for 2017/18.
Five talking points after the weekend’s WCL actionTALKING POINTS: Three teams have qualified for the knockout stage and five have maintained their unbeaten run in the main round
Fit FTC claim two points in PodgoricaGROUP 1 REVIEW: FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria maintained their perfect record in the EHF Champions League Main Round by comfortably beating Buducnost away.
Györ save a point in last minute, CSM earn easy winGROUP 2 REVIEW: Györ fight back from behind to earn a point against Larvik, while CSM power past Esbjerg.
Vardar snatch two points in unexpected thrillerGROUP 1 REVIEW: HC Vardar earn their eighth successive victory in the EHF Champions League 2016/17 after a nerve-wracking match against THC.
Metz back on track with record victoryGROUP 1 REVIEW: Metz claimed their first points in the Main Round after setting several club records with a 19-goal win over Astrakhanochka.
No mistakes for FC Midtjylland as Jörgensen shinesGROUP 2 REVIEW: Another home win for FC Midtjylland, 28:19 against Krim, propelled the Danish side to second place in the group
Györ’s Mørk to face former teammatesGROUP 2 PREVIEW: Györ are edging closer to a quarter-final berth as superstar Nora Mørk will host her ex-club, Larvik. Midtjylland and Bucuresti are seeking home wins.
Buducnost and FTC clash in PodgoricaGROUP 1 PREVIEW: All eyes will be on Podgorica as third-ranked Buducnost prepare to face FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria, who are undefeated in the main round.
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