25. 01. 2017

PER W: Nestle's coach on Peruvian bench

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Today, the first coach of Nestle Osasco will sign the contract with the Peruvian Volleyball Federation for the next Olympic cycle.


Luizomar de Moura is officially the new coach of the Peruvian Women’s National Team

In Osasco he is coach more than ten years and until 2016/2017 he will lead the team. On Thursday he will return to Brazil and prepare them for the semi-final of the Brazilian Cup.

It is an honour for me to coach Peru because it is a country that is passionate about volleyball and has a great volleyball tradition. Peru became part of Olympic history with their silver medal in 1988." said De Moura and added:

Until April I will be totally focused on Nestlé Volei and, in May, I guess I'll make a selection for Peru. We all have a dream to compete for Olympics. Thus, the challenge is to qualify Peru for Tokyo 2020 Games. I would like to take special thanks of Nestlé's support in almost 10 years of partnership. In this period I have always had the best conditions for my team that gave visibility to my work!" said Luizomar.


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