16. 03. 2020

BRA M: Brazilian federation sends letter to Lube to let Bruno and Leal return to country

Source: volleyball.it; Photo: newsbeezer.com

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The Brazilian Volleyball Confederation (CBV) sent a letter to Italian club Cucine Lube Civitanova.


According to volleyball.it, the CBV sent a letter to the world and European club champions Lube to let two of their players, Bruno Rezende and Yoandy Leal, to return to Brazil until the situation with the coronavirus epidemic settles down. Allegedly, the CBV promised that it will allow both athletes to go to Italy as soon as the season starts again.

However, Bruno and Leal have valid contracts with Lube until mid-May so it may happen that the Civitanova side continues the season, if it ever resumes, without the starting setter and outside hitter.



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1 Comments about "BRA M: Brazilian federation sends letter to Lube to let Bruno and Leal return to country"

18.03.2020 | 21:41 |   Ace [unregistered]

In Italy they still hope after 4.4 they will get green light to continue. What about the foreign players that already left the country? Will they come back?

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