16. 06. 2020

POL W: Unexpected turn of events – Bruna new player of Radomka

Source: radomka.com; Photo: esportes.estadao.com.br

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After an unexpected turn of events, the Brazil women’s volleyball National Team member Bruna Honório has joined E.Leclerc Radomka Radom!


Poland’s Radomka announced that they have completed a true transfer hit: A member of the Brazil National Team, Bruna, will join their ranks for the next season! Thus, she changed the direction in the last moment as she was already seen as a newcomer at the Polish titleholders Grupa Azoty Chemik Police.

The 30-year-old opposite hitter, who overcame cardiac tumor last year, has never played outside her home country before. So far, Bruna won 4 Brazilian Championships: 3 with Sesc-RJ and one with Itambé/Minas, from which she came to Radomka. She is the five-time champion of the South American Club Championship. Among individual awards, Bruna has been awarded Best Opposite Spiker of the South American Club Championships and Best Server of the Brazilian Superliga, one-time each.


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



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