16. 07. 2019

ITA M: Modena acquire Cuban teenage outside hitter

Source: modenavolley.it; Photo: Luis Elian Estrada Mazorra/Youtube print screen

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Luis Estrada is the new player of the 2018/19 Italian Men’s Volleyball Championship playoff semifinalists Azimut Leo Shoes Modena.

 

The Cuban teenager Estrada will complete the outside hitter’s department of Modena that now consists of him, American Anderson, the Pole Bednorz and German Kaliberda.

A 19-year-old player is coming to the side coached by Andrea Giani from the Brazilian Superliga team Fiat/Minas fir which he competed the last two seasons.

He was a part of Cuba U23 national team in the 2015 FIVB World Championship and Cuba senior national team in the 2015 FIVB World League. At that moment Estrada was only 15 years old. Still, according to the data available online, he failed to make a debut.

 

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

 

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