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The new Granollers by Antonio Rama is taking shape.

Liga Plenitude ASOBAL
10/07/2024 | Xavier Solanas Liga Plenitude ASOBAL

Fraikin BM. Granollers is experiencing a summer of decision-making, changes and additions to bolster Antonio Rama's new project and ensure the maximum competitiveness of the 'Orgull BMG'. After securing the continuity of the current best coach of the Liga Plenitude until -at least 2027-, the club has focused on building the squad, announcing a total of three additions in recent weeks. Centre Tarcisio Freitas (from Recoletas At. Valladolid) and Catalan winger Jordi Deumal (from French Saran Loiret Handball) land at the Palau d'Esports until 2026 and left-handed cannonier Andrés Moyano (ex Viveros Herol BM. Nava) signs a one-season contract with an option for a second.


The club's management does not end here. Granollers has bolstered the sporting future of the entity with the renewals of the young internationals with the Spanish junior selection Pau Panitti and Pablo Guijarro (both until 2027), as well as ensuring the continuity of Gerard Domingo (until 2026), Oriol Rey (season 2024/2025) and Pol Amores, who signs until 2026 and next season will play on loan at the Chênois Genève Handball in Switzerland.


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