Andjeo Setka, the captain of Jadran Split in the last few seasons, announced retirement.
In an interview with the website of the Croatian Water Polo Federation, Setka (37) confirmed that he had retired after winning the Croatian title this season.
The first club in Setka's career was Jadran. He left the Split-based team in 2007 and returned to the club ten years after. In the meantime, he played for Primorac Kotor, Primorje Rijeka and Roma.
As a member of Primorac, he won the Champions League in 2009.
He played for Croatia for years and won Olympic silver (2016), four medals at the World Championships (gold in 2017, silver in 2013 and bronzes in 2013 and 2019), bronze at the 2018 European Championships...
This season, he led Jadran, as a captain, to the club’s first-ever title of the Croatian champion.
As of today, two players left Jadran after winning the Croatian League. Rino Buric departed to Jug.