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ROM W: Japan national team players in CSM Bucuresti

by WoV
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Famous Japan National team players Kanami Tashiro and Inoue Kotoe have signed with Csm Bucuresti that is coached by Turkish expert Ferhat Akbas.

Tashiro & Kotoe

Tashiro & Kotoe

CSM Bucuresti already signed with Naoko Hashimoto and An Saita.

Ferhat Akbas that coaches Kanami Tashiro and Inoue Kotoe in Japan national team stated:

We are very happy that 4 top-level Japanese players are going to wear CSM Bucuresti jersey. They will give us game speed and quality that I like a lot. I will help Kotoe and Tashiro in their first club experience overseas. Coaching them both in Japan national team and CSM Bucuresti is going to give good results. Naoko and An Saita have already shown their quality in Europe last seasons. This season we are going to work hard to show good volleyball in Romania and Champions League.”

We are also pretty much sure that the fans of CSM Bucuresti can’t wait for the start of the season, to watch these great signings in a jersey of this Romanian team.

 

See our sections – Transfers – Done Deals and Transfers – Rumors

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Sorin Acela September 4, 2018 - 9:44 am

And how are they so ‘famous’? :))

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Random Guy September 4, 2018 - 4:10 pm

Re: @Sorin Acela because volleyball standards are so low

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