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Date: 12/8/2017

Host nation coach Michael Biegler has made his second of three player replacements allowed at the 2017 IHF Women's World Championship, bringing in goalkeeper Dinah Eckerle in place of pivot Antje Lauenroth. The 22-year-old Thuringer shot-stopper has played 16 times for her country and scored once.

Romania coach Ambros Martin has made his first replacement, bringing in left back Ibolya-Gabriella Szucs in place of centre back Maria-Madalina Zamfirescu. The 33-year-old Szucs plays her club handball for HC Dunarea Braila and has scored 10 goals in 21 international matches.

Montenegro have made their second replacement of Germany 2017 with pivot Ema Ramusovic coming back into the squad after being replaced on 5 December. The Buducnost player, who has scored 30 goals in 36 matches for her country, replaces goalkeeper Ljubica Nenezic.

Germany 2017 squad changes (up to 12:30 hrs, local time, 8 December)

Player replacements

8 December

GER: Dinah Eckerle (GK) IN, Antje Lauenroth (PV) OUT. Germany's 2 of 3 replacements allowed
ROU: Ibolya-Gabriella Szucs (LB) IN, Maria-Madalina Zamfirescu (CB) OUT. 1 of 3
MNE: Ema Ramusovic (PV) IN, Ljubica Nenezic (GK) OUT. 2 of 3

6 December

POL: Monika Michalow (LB) IN, Joanna Kozlowska (LB) OUT. 1 of 3
HUN: Zita Szucsanszki IN (LB), Gabriella Toth (CB) OUT. 1 of 3

MNE: Andrea Klikovac (RB) IN, Ema Ramusovic (PV) OUT. 1 of 3
BRA: Deonise Fachinello (RB) IN, Gabriela Moreschi (GK) OUT. 1 of 3
GER: Alicia Stolle (RB) IN, Kim Naidzinavicius (CB) OUT. 1 of 3
KOR: Jinhui Jeong (GK) IN, Boeun Gim OUT. 2 of 3

KOR: Ji In Jung (RB) IN, Han Na Gwon (CB) OUT. 1 of 3

Late registrations

GER: Emily Bolk (LB)

SWE: Louise Sand (LW)

Teams are allowed three player replacements in total over the course of Germany 2017. Current Germany 2017 squad lists can found HERE.