Telekom Veszprem say goodbye to Terzic, Gajic, Mackovsek and Paczkowski

first_imgLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Click to comment Related Items: ShareTweetShareShareEmailcenter_img From the four leaving players, Mirsad Terzic will depart from the Club after 11 years, where he participated in 496 games and scored 605 goals. Terza will join the Polish side Wisla Plock.Dragan Gajic arrived to Veszprém in 2016, and played 157 games and and scord 675 goals. The Slovenian right wing will continue his career in France with Limoges Hand.Borut Mackovsek spent two seasons in Veszprém, where he played 85 games and scored 201 goals. He will play in Szeged next year.Pawel Paczkowski came to Veszprém last summer, where he only played in 13 games in the 2019/20 season because of an injury. On these games, he scored 30 goals. The Polish right back will join the Belarussian Meshkov Brest next season. ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsVeszprém Handball Team Co. Ltd. said goodbye today to the players who are leaving the club: Mirsad Terzic, Borut Mackovsek, Dragan Gajic and Pawel Paczkowski. The small gathering was held in the trophy room of Veszprém Aréna, with the President, János Szabó, Company Manager Zsolt Sevinger, Secretary General, Zsolt Fazekas, Sports Director, László Nagy, Team Captain, Lékai Máté and from the coaching staff David Davis and Carlos Perez.dr. Zoltán Csík, Managing Director, thanked the hard work of the players in the last years and wished them good luck for the future. – I am really sorry that we are not able to say goodbye in front of a full hall, in our last championship game. I hope, that we will have our chance to do so, in the Arena in front of the fans.last_img read more

Demolition Planned for Tornado Damaged Oklahoma Medical Center

first_imgMOORE, Okla. (AP) – Hospital officials say they plan to demolish the Moore Medical Center, which was destroyed in last week’s EF5 tornado. JEMS Oklahoma Tornado Coverage Norman Regional Health System CEO David Whitaker says the building isn’t salvageable. The Norman Transcript reports (http://bit.ly/1ayySui ) that the Norman Regional Hospital Authority has declared an emergency to allow hospital officials to waive bidding requirements for recovery, salvage and demolition costs. Whitaker says officials haven’t decided yet whether to build a new community hospital in Moore. The hospital specialized in cochlear implants. Officials say a young girl who was scheduled for a cochlear implant had the procedure done at a Norman hospital after the implant was recovered from the remains of the Moore Medical Center. ___ Information from: The Norman Transcript, http://www.normantranscript.com Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.last_img read more

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