02. 01. 2020

TUR W: Famous Turkish player Seda officially in PTT

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The famous Turkish female volleyball player Seda Aslanyürek is no longer retired.

 

The 33-year-old Seda has returned to professional volleyball after year and a half. She has signed the contract with the team in her country PTT until the end of the ongoing season. The last club for which an experienced outside hitter competed was Galatasaray HDI Sigorta, in the 2017/18 season. After that, she announced her retirement due to pregnancy and gave birth in September this year.

Seda achieved most successes with Fenerbahçe Opet with whom she won the CEV Champions League, the CEV Cup and the FIVB Club World Championship one-time each, as well as the Turkish Championship 3 times, the Turkish Cup one time and the Turkish Super Cup 2 times. With the national team of Turkey, Seda won the Mediterranean Games on one occasion. She was named Best Scorer of the FIVB World Grand Prix and the CEV Cup once each.

 

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

 

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