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Kurtovic and Frafjord complete CSM's dream teamNEWS REPORT: Amanda Kurtovic and Marit Frafjord have signed two-year contracts with the Women's EHF Champions League title holders.
Big names change clubs; France attracts top starsNEWS FEATURE: A lot of transfer news in the women's handball scene ahead of the knock-out stage of Women's EHF Champions League and for the upcoming 2017/18 season
Five talking points after Women’s Champions League Main Round 6TALKING POINTS: The quarter-finals are set after FTC avoided their bogey opponent, Vardar celebrated two group-winning teams, and Buducnost's incredible away run continued.
Györ ahead in nearly all departmentsFACTS AND FIGURES: All the important numbers after the main round of the Women's EHF Champions League are now known
Larvik fail comeback, as Györ net another winnerGROUP 2 REVIEW: Györ earned their 10th win in 12 games this season, 26:25, against Larvik
Competent win over Esbjerg sees CSM secure third placeGROUP 2 REVIEW: In need of a point to secure their third place, CSM never left the foot off the gas and beat Esbjerg 25:20
Vardar finish on top of Group 1GROUP 1 REVIEW: A confident victory against Thuringer HC allowed HC Vardar to return to top place, as FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria were narrowly beaten by Buducnost
Strong second half sees FCM throughGROUP 2 REVIEW: FCM secured a quarter-final berth with their first away win of the season- they beat Krim 27:21
FTC, Vardar, Buducnost still in hunt for top spotGROUP 1 PREVIEW: The four quarter-finalists from Group 1 are set. Three of them still have something to play for this weekend as their final position in the group has yet to be determined.
FCM and Krim fight for last quarter-final berthGROUP 2 PREVIEW: Three teams are already through to the next phase, while Krim need a miracle against Midtjylland if they are to progress to the knock-out matches.
Five talking points after Women’s Champions League Main Round 5TALKING POINTS: Hungarian teams top the groups, three teams are out, and one quarter-final place remains up for grabs one round before the end of the main round.
Metz through after shocking VardarGROUP 1 REVIEW: A fantastic victory against HC Vardar helped Metz Handball to secure their spot in the EHF Champions League quarter-final.
Györ secure first place with easy win against EsbjergGROUP 2 REVIEW: With their tenth win of the season, Györ secured first place in group 2 as the Hungarian side won clearly against Esbjerg, 33:22.
Decisive win seals second place for LarvikGROUP 2 REVIEW: Larvik secure at least second place in the group with an impressive 28:24 win away in FC Midtjylland's fortress.
CSM seal quarter-final spot with win over KrimGROUP 2 REVIEW: CSM is still alive and kicking, as the title defenders earned their second consecutive quarter-final berth with a 28:26 win against Krim
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