24. 09. 2019

KOR W: Pink Spiders change foreigner due to her unsatisfactory performances in pre-season

Source: pinkspiders.co.kr; Photo: Lucía Fresco/Facebook

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The South Korean Women’s Volleyball Championship winners Hungkuk Life Pink Spiders changed foreigner for the upcoming season.


The Argentine Lucía Fresco will play for the Korean champions Pink Spiders in the 2019/20 season.

Despite being a regular member of the national team of her country for several years, the opposite hitter was without a club for the next season after defending the colors of Boca Juniors in her home country in the 2018/19. Fresco was even named MVP of the finals in which her team won the domestic title.

The Pink Spiders filled the quota for a foreign player with an Italian Giulia Pascucci, who was drafted in May. But, the club based in Incheon was not satisfied with her performances in the pre-season and terminated the contract with her.



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