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12. 08. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

The best scorer of Europe stays in Greece, but finds new team!

Source: volleynews.gr

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Boyan Yordanov doesn’t want to change the league, but he has expressed a desire to find a new team in Greece!

 

After having a great season in A.O. Kifissias, being the MVP of the league and the best scorer in Europe, the Bulgarian opposite has decided to sign a contract with Foinikas!

Even though he was the best scorer in Europe, he doesn’t feel enough ready to participate at the upcoming European Championship, so he decided to miss it.

Boyan Yordanov will join his new team very soon to start the preparation.

 

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