16. 07. 2020

RUS W: Dinamo hire Romanova from Uralochka in controversial transfer

Source: rsport.ria.ru; Photo: vmsport.ru

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The most-titled CEV Women’s Volleyball Champions League club, Dinamo Moscow, hired a setter Tatyana Romanova in a bit controversial way.

 

The 11-time Champions League and seven-time Russian Championship winners, Dinamo Moscow, hired the country’s national team setter Romanova for the next season.

However, her former club Uralochka-NTMK won’t be pleased with the way a 25-year-old player left their ranks. Romanova unilaterally terminated the contract with the Ekaterinburg team and moved to Dinamo Moscow. The All-Russian Volleyball Federation (VFV) formalized the transfer, while later the Arbitration Commission will clarify its details. What Uralochka have at their disposal at the moment is to determine the amount of compensation for early termination of the contract.

This is the second case of a transfer of the player of Uralochka, who defended their colors last season and had a valid contract with the club, to some other club this summer which forced them to start the legal battle.

 

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

 

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