13. 09. 2019

ITA M: Kurek starts to train with his new teammates in Monza

Source: verovolley.com; Photo: verovolley.com

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Bartosz Kurek has joined preparations of an Italian Men’s Volleyball Championship members Vero Volley Monza for the next season.


The Polish superstar Bartosz Kurek started the new adventure in his professional career as he joined his new teammates in Monza. The 30-year-old opposite hitter, the MVP of the 2018 FIVB World Championship, has worn the equipment of Monza for the first time since he signed with the club.

Unfortunately for the Polish fans, Kurek did not recover on time to be fully ready for the 201 CEV European Championship that started yesterday.



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