27. 06. 2019

ITA M: Piazza takes over bench of Milano

Source: powervolleymilano.it; Photo: powervolleymilano.it

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The 2018/19 Italian Men’s Volleyball Championship playoff quarterfinalists Revivre Axopower Milano hired a new head coach.


A 51-year-old expert decided, after all, to perform a dual role this year, knowing that he has been appointed the Netherlands Men’s national team head coach three months ago. Last two seasons, Piazza was at the helm of the Polish side PGE Skra Bełchatów with whom he won the national title in 2018 and two national Super Cups (2017 and 2018). In his coaching career, on the head coach position, he won the CEV Cup once (2011 with Volley Treviso), the Greek Cup once (2016 with Olympiacos S.F.P.), and Italian Super Cup once (2016 with Azimut Leo Shoes Modena).

Piazza replaced Andrea Giani, who took over the bench of Azimut Leo Shoes Modena earlier. As for new players, the club engaged only Serbian outside hitter Petrić, so far.


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