30. 12. 2017

RUS M: Surgut part ways with Serbian setter Mitić, engage his compatriot for the rest of the season

Source: volleyball.it; Photo: volleyball.it

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The Russian Men’s Volleyball top division side Gazprom-Yugra Surgut made a change in the roster for the second part of the 2017/18 season.


Surgut terminated the contract with the Serbian setter Mihajlo Mitić by mutual agreement, volleyball.it reported

The Russian Superliga club also decided to hire new foreigner but not for the vacant position. A 32-year-old outside hitter Goran Bjelica, Mitić’s compatriot, strengthened Surgut for the rest of the season. He arrived from Jedinstvo Stara Pazova and is a brother of a more famous Novica Bjelica, former Serbian National Team member. 


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