22. 05. 2020

KOR M: Santilli becoming first-ever Italian coach in V-League

Source: volleyball.it; Photo: RAFAL OLEKSIEWICZ/PRESSFOCUS/newspix.pl/sport.onet.pl

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The Italian male volleyball expert Roberto Santilli will embark on South Korea.


Santilli will command the 11th club in his coaching career. According to volleyball.it, the Italian expert is about to land in Korea, where he’ll be at the helm of the V-League side Incheon Korean Air Jumbos.

Santilli, who led Italy Men U21 to win the gold medal in the 2002 CEV European Championship, will be the first-ever coach of the Italian nationality in the Korean top division. Last season, he commanded Poland’s Jastrzębski Węgiel but left the post in November 2019.


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