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GER M: Berlin make change on setter position, pull ex-member out of retirement

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source: berlin-recycling-volleys.de; Photo: imago images/Bernd König/rbb24.de

The 10-time German men’s volleyball champions Berlin Recycling Volleys were forced to make a change on the position of a setter.



After learning that their starting setter Sergey Grankin tore a muscle, a week ago, Berlin pulled their former member out of retirement. A 33-year-old Sebastian Kühner, who said goodbye to volleyball in 2019 after spending the last seven seasons of his career in the club from the German capital, is projected to compete with the Frenchman Pierre Pujol for a place in the lineup.

During his first stay at Berlin, Kühner won six Bundesliga titles, one national cup, and one CEV Cup.


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