22. 06. 2020

BUL M: Kaziyski makes final decision, he’ll never return to the national team

Source: btv.bg, sportal.bg

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The time of Matey Kaziyski in the Bulgaria men’s volleyball National Team has definitely passed for good.


Despite the change of leadership in the Bulgarian Volleyball Federation (BFV), the biggest star of the country’s volleyball won’t be returning to the national team. The one-time FIVB Club World Championship and the CEV Champions League MVP announced it himself in the show called 120 minuti (120 minutes).

“When I left, I said that if the leadership changed, I would come back. But eight years have passed since then and unfortunately, it’s a bit late. Honestly, my time in the national team has passed and there aren’t many athletes who at an age like mine could play at all at that level. For me, it has always been a matter of idea. Until I see some idea, some message and structure - to do something, to start some project to work, I see no point in participating in something like that. It’s too late for me to return at this age,” said the 35-year-old outside hitter, who’ll play in Italy’s Calzedonia Verona the next season.

Kaziyski played for the Bulgaria Men for 10 years, winning three medals (all bronze) at major international tournaments, but retired in 2012 after a conflict with the BFV.



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