16. 05. 2020

RUS M: Luburić changes Belogorie with Lokomotiv

Source: lokovolley.com; Photo: picuki.com

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The Serbia Men’s Volleyball National Team member Dražen Luburić will play for Lokomotiv in the 2020/21 season.


The Serbia National Team backup opposite hitter Luburić will stay in Russia for one more season but will change the colors of the club. After a season in Belogorie, the 26-year-old player moved to the Superliga champions Lokomotiv.

The Novosibirsk side will be the third club in Russia for the 2019 CEV EuroVolley winner in the last four seasons (Zenit Saint-Petersburg 2017/18, Belogorie 2019/20, and Lokomotiv 2020/21).



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