12. 05. 2020

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

Source: assecoresovia.pl; Photo: assecoresovia.pl

1788 0

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.



Since you are here…

…we have a small favor to ask. WorldofVolley is one of the most popular volleyball websites in the world that provides many volleyball news daily. We are covering many worldwide competitions, trying to inform all of our fans by publishing the breaking news.

Since we want to keep our future much secure, consider this donate button as a way to support our work and to help us grow.


Choose Amount
Do you find this article useful?
+1   Yes     No   0-

No comments on this topic.

Post a comment


Latest comments

TUR M: Medei remains at helm of Ziraat

Great investment suffering under poor coaching and management ! Every season some injured players transferring to that club. A nice corruption point ! Reply

ITA M: Vettori between returning to Modena and going to Turkey

Galatasaray is not thinking of taking any foreign player next year. Journalist and manager just pumping his price in Modena. Reply

ITA M: Serbian Stanković in Modena, won’t compete as foreigner

This is just the proof how long are promises honored in professional volleyball. Last year Lube said that Stankovic, belowed El Capetano, will be coming back next year when he obtain Italian citizenship, he's been with Lube for 10 years, and we want him back. Reply