20. 06. 2019

POL M: Hit transfer in Plus Liga – Iranian Fayazi signs with Będzin

Source: mksbedzin.pl; Photo: volleyball.world

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The last placed team in the 2018/19 Polish Men’s Volleyball Championship MKS Będzin made a transfer hit!

 

Pourya Fayazi, the outside hitter of Iran national team, will play in Będzin next season! Knowing the animosity that exists between Polish and Iranian national team and clubs for several years now, this transfer can be classified as a hit.

The new acquisition of the Plus Liga side is currently engaged in the FIVB Nations  League. A 25-year-old Fayazi came to Będzin from the Iranian and Asian titleholders Shahrdari Varamin. He claimed each of the two titles once more before – Iranian with Sarmayeh Bank (2015/16) and Asian with Shahrdari Urmia (2013/14).

Earlier this month, Będzin hired middle blocker Dawid Gunia (Jastrzębski Węgiel) and extended with the captain Artur Ratajczak.

 

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

 

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1 Comments about "POL M: Hit transfer in Plus Liga – Iranian Fayazi signs with Będzin"

21.06.2019 | 11:16 |   pepo [unregistered]

It is good for this moment Kubiak to stay in Japon, not return back in your home country :-).

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