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28. 02. 2019

USA M: The Iranian expert becomes an assistant coach of the USA Universiade national team

Author: Rahim Rahimzadeh

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Morteza Shayari, a former player of the Iran senior men’s national Volleyball team, who now lives in the USA, was named the assistant coach of the USA Universiade national team by John Speraw.

 

According to the Alborz sports Agency, Shari said:

The 30th Summer Universiade games will be held in Napoli, Italy from 3-14 July 2019. This year's competition will take place in the framework of the Summer Universiade championship. From the next week, high school matches will start and it’s the best opportunity for identifying young talents in volleyball.”

Shayari is working in the staff of USA Senior volleyball team. 

 

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