The 2016 Rio Olympics champion Éder Carbonera is the new player of Germany’s Berlin. The 36-year-old Brazilian middle blocker came to the Bundesliga powerhouse from his home country, namely from Sesi-SP, in which he spent the last two seasons.
Éder, who has been wearing the jersey of the Brazil National Team since 2007, has a lot of trophies in his collection. For instance, he won the FIVB Club World Championship two times, Brazilian Championship seven times, and South American Club Championship three times. Individually, he was named Best Middle Blocker of the Brazilian Championship twice. Last season, Éder took this award in the Copa Libertadores.
Berlin remained without three middle blockers from the last season: Frenchman Nicolas Le Goff (Montpellier, France), Georg Klein, and American Jeffrey Jendryk II (Asseco Resovia Rzeszów, Poland).
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