20. 02. 2020

ITA M: Perugia continue to renew contracts - Colaci’s next

Source: sirsafetyperugia.it; Photo: sirsafetyperugia.it

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The Italian Men’s Volleyball Championship runners-up Sir Safety Conad Perugia extended the contract with Massimo “Max” Colaci until 2022.

 

Perugia agreed on the contract renewal with the libero, who’s successfully wearing the jersey of the Italy National Team as well, Colaci for the next two seasons.

The 34-year-old player known by the nickname “Max” is one of the idols of the Perugia fans. Colaci played 13 seasons and over 400 games in the Italian top flight so far, winning four national championships, Italian Cups, and Italian Super Cups apiece, one CEV Champions League, and three FIVB Club World Championships). He has been a member of Perugia since 2017.

Prior to renewing with Colaci, Perugia did the same with two more starters.

 

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

 

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