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ARG W: Guillermo Orduna is the new coach of the Argentine Seniors’ Women team

by WoV
source: feva.org.ar

Guillermo Orduna would be the new coach of the Argentine Seniors' Women Team at the start of a new Olympic era. You can read all relevant news from volleyball world on Worldofvolley.com.

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Guillermo Orduna

This last Thursday, at FeVA HQ took place a meeting headed by its President, Juan Antonio Gutierrez working also the General Manager, Lic. Gabriel Salvia; the Treasurer, Juan Galeote; the Under-Treasurer, Jose Maria Cuadrillero, the official in charge of this area, Vicente Finelli; and the managers Sergio Milan and Victor Rios.

One of the goals of the meetings was to name the coach for the new Olympic project, thinking ahead of the year 2016 in Brazil and Orduna project was chosen among those presented by different coaches. Even though some details are still missing, the coach was officially advised of his summon.

At the same time, the people in the meeting decided to keep betting on the project of Guillermo Caceres coaching the Youth’s Gilrs, due to the importance of his volleyball talent identification plan,

Orduna project, as per Gutierrez words: “had the approval of most of the Argentine federations due to his volleyball career, his experience an his work and all what he means in Argentine volleyball. It is the moment to take his experience for the new project of the Argentine Seniors’ Women team“.

Orduna, in the year 2006 finished a previous period with Argentine women volleyball closing a process with the Youth’s Girls that included a very important World Championship participation in Macao 2005. He also coached the girls in their first experience at the Argentine Seniors’ League during the season 2005/06. Orduna was also the Assistant Coach of Jon Uriarte in charge of the Argentine Seniors’ Men Team and recently lecturer at the Argentine Coaches Congress organized by the FeVA during this year that ends now.

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