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10. 08. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

POL M: Transfer bomb formalized – Ebadipour signs with Skra!

Source: skra.pl; Photo: Koki Nagahama/Getty Images AsiaPac/zimbio.com

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The Polish Men’s Volleyball giants PGE Skra Bełchatów formalized the signing of the Iranian National Team member Milad Ebadipour.

 

A 23-year-old receiver has signed the one-year contract (with the possibility of extension for another season) with Skra and became the first-ever Iranian player in the Polish club.

Ebadipour arrived in Skra from his country’s champions Sarmayeh Bank. Despite his young age, he has established himself in the lineup of the Iranian NT for several years already. Ebadipour has participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics and 2017 FIVB World League and has the gold medal won in the 2014 Asian Games.

While playing for the clubs in his homeland (Kalleh Mazandaran VC, Shahrdari Urmia, and Sarmayeh Bank), he won three national titles and three titles in the Asian Club Championship.

 

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