12. 05. 2020

POL M: Resovia say goodbye to 7 players – Shoji, Hoag, Maréchal...

Source: assecoresovia.pl; Photo: assecoresovia.pl

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The seven-time Polish men’s volleyball champions Asseco Resovia Rzeszów parted ways with a septet of players at once.

 

Resovia are building a brand new squad for the next season. The Rzeszów side said goodbye to as many as seven players from the 2019/20 roster.

Out of the septet, the middle blocker Bartłomiej Lemański was the longest in the club – four years. The remaining six players that will have to find new teams to compete in the 2020/21 are American setter Kawika Shoji, Australian libero Luke Perry, opposite hitters Damian Schulz and Zbigniew Bartman, Canadian outside hitter Nicholas Hoag, and French outside hitter Nicolas Maréchal.

Resovia have already found a replacement for Shoji.

 

Check out more  Transfer Rumors and Transfers - Done Deals.

 

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