12. 04. 2019

TRANSFER BOMB IN ITALY: Matt Anderson joins Modena for 2019/2020 season!

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Matt Anderson is a new player of Modena Volley!

 

This information has been confirmed by himself on Instagram. After spending 7 consecutive seasons in a jersey of Zenit Kazan, Matt Anderson has decided to return to Italy and to play again for Modena since he already played there in season 2011/2012.

The U.S. outside hitter won 4 CEV Champions Leagues in a row, 5 consecutive Russian championship, 5 national cups and Super Cups and one Club World Championship.

Happy to announce I’ll be joining Mika Christenson and Maxwell Holt next season for Modenavolley as a Left Side attacker! Returning to Italy, time to practice my Italian,” says Matt Anderson.

Well, Modena will be even stronger for the season 2019/2020.

 

See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.

 

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1 Comments about "TRANSFER BOMB IN ITALY: Matt Anderson joins Modena for 2019/2020 season!"

12.04.2019 | 23:05 |   former_player [unregistered]

This was missing piece in Modena puzzle. Now they can become great again next year.

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