14. 01. 2019

PHI W: She is the first Turkish player in Philippines!

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Foton Tornadoes have announced the signing of two players!


The first one is the Turkish international Selime Ilyasoglu. She will be the first Turkish player ever to play in the Philippines SuperLiga.

At the start of the season, Selime signed a contract with Cuneo, but this period is behind her and she is ready for a new challenge.

Also, Foton signed the U.S. player with the international experience, Courtney Felinski. In the last season, she was a member of TSV Dudingem (Switzerland) and she also played in Germany and Finland. 

Now, she will play for the first time in Asia.


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



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FRA M: Ngapeth has a question for the FIVB

Organisation of OG Qualification in Poland reminds me WCh2014 as far as a timetable, referees.. It is enough to compare all schedules of home NT with other qualification groups.. Poland NT is probably currently the strongest NT in men volleyball in the world, and it does not need any such a trick... Of course, it indicates also the role of FIVB, which is orientated mainly on a profit... Reply

FRA M: Ngapeth has a question for the FIVB

um...did he protest as loudly during Italian tournaments in the past? really, if Poland was playing this tournament in France, we would have as unreasonable schedule as they had and, we too, would complain, but what does it matter? FIVB accepted the schedule, so Ngapeth can only blame his own federation for not fighting for this tournament's organization rights more. Reply