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Five talking points after Women’s Champions League Main Round 6

13.03.2017 - TALKING 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 departments

13.03.2017 - FACTS 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 winner

12.03.2017 - GROUP 2 REVIEW: Györ earned their 10th win in 12 games this season, 26:25, against Larvik

Competent win over Esbjerg sees CSM secure third place

12.03.2017 - GROUP 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 1

11.03.2017 - GROUP 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 through

11.03.2017 - GROUP 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 spot

10.03.2017 - GROUP 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 berth

10.03.2017 - GROUP 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 5

06.03.2017 - TALKING 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 Vardar

05.03.2017 - GROUP 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 Esbjerg

05.03.2017 - GROUP 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 Larvik

04.03.2017 - GROUP 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 Krim

03.03.2017 - GROUP 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

FTC looking for another win and a club record

03.03.2017 - GROUP 1 PREVIEW: FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria are the only team who have not yet dropped any points in the main round- they are looking to extend their winning streak in their match against Thüringer HC on Sunday

CSM and Krim tough it out for a quarter-final berth

02.03.2017 - GROUP 2 PREVIEW: Györ can secure the top spot with a win against Esbjerg, while the title holders CSM must win against Krim to earn their quarter-final place

Five talking points after the Women’s Champions League action

27.02.2017 - TALKING POINTS: After a weekend which saw Buducnost end Vardar's unbeaten run, we applauded some extraordinary individual feats, and still can’t believe that no team has been eliminated yet.

Buducnost back to winning ways over Vardar

26.02.2017 - GROUP 1 REVIEW: 14 goals scored by Katarina Bulatovic in a Balkan derby helped Buducnost to end Vardar’s winning streak

Esbjerg inflict another away defeat on FCM

26.02.2017 - GROUP 2 REVIEW: Esbjerg secure second win of main round as FCM second-half comeback falters.

Impressive Larvik take advantage of CSM’s woes, Györ power through to quarter-finals

25.02.2017 - GROUP 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 Metz

25.02.2017 - GROUP 1 REVIEW: Russian side take revenge on Thuringer HC while FTC-Rail Cargo Hungaria comfortably beat Metz Handball.

Buducnost looking for revenge and redemption

24.02.2017 - GROUP 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.

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Györ eye first quarter-final berth in Group 2
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Buducnost's Cvijic agrees move to Vardar
Five talking points after the weekend’s WCL action
Györ save a point in last minute, CSM earn easy win
Fit FTC claim two points in Podgorica
Vardar snatch two points in unexpected thriller
Metz back on track with record victory
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Buducnost and FTC clash in Podgorica
Györ’s Mørk to face former teammates
Kurtovic and Sagosen earn January’s Player of the Month award
5 things we learned from the second round
No-nonsense win for Györ against Esbjerg
Vardar claim seventh straight win
Hard-fought wins for Bucharest and Larvik
FTC leave no chances for THC
Buducnost too strong for Astrakhanochka
Bucharest enter ‘must-win’ mode
Vardar hope to extend their record winning streak
Dutch dynamite in the Women's EHF Champions League
5 things we learned from the main round’s opening matches
Vardar triumphant in Balkan derby
Thüringer cruise past Astrakhanochka at home
FC Midtjylland earn sweet revenge against Esbjerg
FTC start the main round with a victory
Dominant victory strengthens Györ’s ambitions
Epic comeback seals a point for CSM Bucuresti
EHF Champions League heavyweights clash in Podgorica
No room for error as main round begins
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Only Icelander left in Women’s EHF Champions League wants more
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