05. 02. 2019

The Serbian player has been deported from Russia…

Source: kp.ru

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And the reason is bizarre.

 

The Serbian player Sladjana Eric has been deported from Russian since her visa has expired.

Her team Proton didn’t make it on time and it led to a very unpleasant situation at the Moscow’s airport Sheremetyevo.

According to the kp.ru website, the club forgot to extend the visa which was described as a very unprofessional behavior by the club.

Sladjana Eric signed a contract with the Russian team in December 2018. The Serbian middle blocker played 8 games and the last was on 20 January against Leningradka. And suddenly she disappeared.

Now, you know the reason…

 

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1 Comments about "The Serbian player has been deported from Russia…"

07.02.2019 | 03:22 |   Koshe [unregistered]

Poor girl

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