01. 10. 2020

POL M: Canadian outside hitter in Będzin

Source: mksbedzin.pl; Photo: volleyball.ca

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The Polish men’s volleyball top division side MKS Będzin hired a player from North America.


Canadian player Raymond Szeto has joined Będzin. The 29-year-old outside hitter will replace Fábio Rodrigues, who returned to Brazil, The PlusLiga side has terminated the contract with him, although they brought him in the offseason from Sesi-SP, by mutual agreement.

The previous employer of Szeto was Al-Ahli from Bahrain with which he became the vice-champion. He didn’t play for his country’s senior national team yet but only for the “B” team.


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


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