18. 01. 2021

TUR W: Fenerbahçe extend with Naz for 2 more years

Source: voleybolmagazin.com; Photo: facebook.com/Fenerbahçe-Bayan-Voleybol-549429658419054

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Turkish women’s volleyball powerhouse Fenerbahçe Opet bound the country’s national team member Naz Aydemir Akyol to itself for two more seasons.

 

According to Voleybol Magazin, Fenerbahçe have agreed to the contract renewal with their setter Naz. A 30-year-old Turkey National Team member will play two more seasons at the 2020/21 Sultanlar Ligi title contenders.

A three-time Best Setter of the CEV Champions League has been wearing the jersey of Fenerbahçe since 2019.

 

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