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Durica heads to Dinamo

Published: Thursday 6 February 2003, 17.17CET
Slovakian player Tomas Durica has joined FC Dinamo Moskva from MŠK Zilina.

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Published: Thursday 6 February 2003, 17.17CET

Durica heads to Dinamo

Slovakian player Tomas Durica has joined FC Dinamo Moskva from MŠK Zilina.

Slovakian player Tomas Durica has left First League champions MŠK Zilina to join Russian club FC Dinamo Moskva, where he will link up with compatriot Michael Hanek.

Trial success
Durica, a defensive midfielder, has signed a two-year contract after impressing on trial with the Russian Premier League side during their winter training camp in Cyprus. The 24-year-old teams up with defender Hanek, who moved to Moscow from FK ZTS Dubnica earlier this year.

Homeward bound
Leaving Dinamo, however, is Slovakian international defender Zsolt Hornyak. The 29-year-old is to return to his former club ŠK Slovan Bratislava after 18 months in the Premier-Liga.

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