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10. 08. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

FRA W: Another player from Peruvian Championship goes to France

Source: voleibol.pe; Photo: forosperu.net

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It seems that France is a promised land for the players from the Peruvian Women’s Volleyball Championship.

 

A 27-year-old setter of the Peruvian National Team, Zoila La Rosa, reinforced the French Division 2 side Istres Provence Volley-Ball. Last five seasons, she was the member of Universidad de San Martín de Porres with whom she won National Championship three times.

Besides La Rosa, two more players from the Peruvian league moved to France for the 2017/2018, but unlike the setter, they went to the French top division clubs: Carla Rueda to Mulhouse and American Jeané Horton to Chamalières

 

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