08. 02. 2019

BUL M: Kaziyski’s potential return to the national team again in the spotlight

Source: sportal.bg

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Matey Kaziyski might return to the national team of Bulgaria after seven years.

 

This is one of the most popular volleyball topics in Bulgaria over the past seven years, that’s for sure.

However, for the first time, Matey Kaziyski has expressed a desire to play for the national team.

With Silvano Prandi, who has taken the representation of Bulgaria, we have good relations and recently we talked about my return. I think about it, but it takes time for me to decide. I have to calmly reflect and assess my chances, " says Matey Kaziyski.

It would be great for Bulgaria to have Matey Kazyiski for the Olympic qualifications…

 

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