14. 05. 2019

ITA M: Andrea Giani is the new coach of Modena!

Source: https://www.modenavolley.it, Photo: CEV

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The Italian men’s volleyball SuperLega club Modena Volley revealed the name of the new head coach.

 

Now it's official, Andrea Giani is the new Modena head coach. He signed a three-year contract with the Modena Volley president, Catia Pedrini and officially he will be presented to the media next week.

These are the first impressions of Andrea Giani: "Coaching Modena after Velasco is an honor. He was and is a great one, a teacher whom I and many others owe so much. I am ready for this new, beautiful adventure in a city like Modena, which represents something unique in the world ”.

 

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