09. 05. 2019

VNL W: Italy’s final list for 2019 Nations League announced

Source: federvolley.it; Photo: volleyball.world

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The head coach of Italy Women’s Volleyball national team Davide Mazzanti has announced the list of the 25 players who will compete in the 2019 FIVB Nations League. For each weekend of the tournament, he will choose 14 players.


 

Italy head coach Mazzanti has announced a 25-women list for the 2019 FIVB Volleyball Nations League, but before this tournament, his team will compete in the 2019 Montreux Volley Masters in Switzerland (May 13-18).

As for the Nations League, Italy will set off on May 21 against Poland in the city of Opole.

Italy national team list for the 2019 FIVB Volleyball Nations League:

Setters: Carlotta Cambi, Alessia Orro, Ofelia Malinov, Francesca Bosio. 

Middle blockers: Cristina Chirichella, Raphaela Folie, Anna Danesi, Sara Alberti, Sarah Fahr, Beatrice Berti, Alexandra Botezat.

Liberos: Monica De Gennaro, Chiara De Bortoli, Beatrice Parrocchiale.    

Outside hitters: Lucia Bosetti, Caterina Bosetti, Miriam Sylla, Elena Pietrini, Indre Sorokaite, Sylvia Nwakalor, Anastasia Guerra, Francesca Villani, Elena Perinelli.       

Opposite hitters: Paola Egonu, Anna Nicoletti. 

 

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