04. 08. 2019

RUS W: Serbian opposite and head coach sign with Enisey

Source: vc-enisey.ru; Photo: imago/Jan Huebner

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Serbian opposite hitter Marta Drpa strengthened Russian Women’s Volleyball Championship side Enisey Krasnoyarsk for the 2019/20 season.

 

A 30-year-old opposite hitter Drpa, that has been occasionally summoned to compete for Serbia national team, signed with the last season’s Russian Championship playoff quarterfinalists Enisey. Drpa is coming to the Superliga team from the German side SC Potsdam.

With Serbia national team, for whom she made debut in 2006, Drpa did not win any titles (two bronze medals) but was more successful on a club level. She won the Swiss Championship and Cup once apiece (both with Volero Zürich) and Romanian Cup with CSM Târgoviște.

Prior to Drpa, Enisey engaged Serbian head coach Velibor Ivanović (AEL Limassol, Cyprus), middle blockers Tatyana Kulikova (Samrau-UGNTU, Division 2) and Elena Voronina (YUZGU-Atom Kursk region, Division 2), opposite hitter Anastasiya Azanova (Sparta Nizhny Novgorod, Division 2), liberos Anastasiya Peskova (YUZGU-Atom Kursk region, Division 2) and Svetlana Kryuchkova (Leningradka Saint Petersburg), setter Mariya Evteeva (Enisey-2, youth team) and outside hitters Evgeniya Shcheglova (Enisey 2, youth team) and Nataliya Frolova (Tulitsa Tula, Division 2).

They extended with a Ukrainian setter Oleksandra Peretiatko and middle blockers Nataliya Nazarova and Elena Samoylova.

Enisey parted ways with outside hitters - Ukrainian Anastasiia Kraiduba (Grot Budowlani Łódź, Poland), Margarita Kurilo (Lokomotiv Kaliningrad region) and Mariya Samoylova (Sakhalin Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk), liberos Evgeniya Kondrashkina and Margarita Panycheva, opposite hitter Mariya Frolova (Leningradka Saint Petersburg) and middle blockers Yana Manzyuk (Dinamo Moscow) and Irina Malkova (Sakhalin Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk).

 

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

 

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