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HC Dobrogea Sud Constanţa HCM Constanţa was founded in 2002 and extinguished in 2015.
Zoran Kurteš Zoran Kurteš died at the age of 44 after a cardiac arrest in Mamaia, Romania. At the time of his death he was the coach of HCM Constanţa, a team with excellent results during his stewardship. He was coaching in Romania since September 29, 2008.
HC Dobrogea Sud Constanţa HC Dobrogea Sud Constanţa is an handball team from Constanţa, Romania, formed in July 2015 after the extinction of HCM Constanţa (due to high debts that the club had accumulated). After one year in the second division, the team was promoted to the Liga Națională.
Zvonko Šundovski Zvonko Šundovski () (born 7 September 1967) is a former Macedonian team handball player from Republic of Macedonia and a former coach of the Macedonia National Handball Team. Starting from October 2010 he served as the head coach of the Macedonia national team, and since the summer of 2012 he was also in charge by Romanian top division side HCM Constanţa. From June 2015 he is the coach of Romanian club CSM București.
Aihan Omer In 1999, Omer moved to Minaur Baia Mare, where he registered his first major success, winning both the Championship and National Cup later in the same year. He moved on to Fibrex Piatra Neamţ, repeating the performance in 2001-2002 and 2002-2003, before joining HCM Constanţa. With the latter, Omer won the Championship in 2004 and 2006, as well as the Cup in 2005 and 2006; additionally, he reached the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup and the European Cup (in 2004 and 2006 respectively).
Marko Vujin On 30 October 2009, while playing against Hungary in an international friendly tournament, Vujin suffered a serious knee injury that had to be operated. He underwent surgery on 4 December 2009 and the recovery process took four months. He returned into action on 3 April 2010 against HCM Constanţa in an EHF Champions League match. He entered the field first in the 45th minute to take a penalty shot, which he missed, however, his teammate Pérez scored from the rebound. Few minutes later he got another chance from the line and this time he did not miss.