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CZE W: CL bronze medalist and Czech Federation join forces for good of women’s Volleyball

by WoV
source: cev.lu

In what is somehow a real premiere in Volleyball, a professional sports club and a national federation are about to join their forces for the good of the sport. This is the content of an agreement recently finalized by “Futura Volley ssdrl” and the Czech Volleyball Federation with the club whose team – Unendo Yamamay BUSTO ARSIZIO – finished third in the 2013 CEV Volleyball Champions League – Women set to provide the Czech women’s national team with a series of “technical services”.


Unendo Yamamay BUSTO ARSIZIO

The Czech national team is just about to embark on a very challenging season whose highlights will be the very first appearance in the FIVB World Grand Prix and the CEV Volleyball European Championship to be co-hosted by Germany and Switzerland through September 6-14.

Futura Volley will be supporting the Czech players with a group of specialists whose know-how and professionalism is widely appreciated by the Czech Volleyball Federation thereby managing all activities of the group starting from identifying players likely to join the team, by analyzing stats and by carrying out any other action connected with the professional management of a national team.

This group is placed under the guidance of Carlo Parisi, the head coach of Unendo Yamamay, who will be mentoring the Czech national team for the second consecutive year and is to be assisted by second coach Marco Musso, physical trainer Ezio Bramard and team manager Enzo Barbaro who will be on duty as the Czechs will play the prelims of the FIVB Grand Prix in Santo Domingo, Hong Kong and Sendai (Japan). The General Manager of Futura Volley, Massimo Aldera, will also join forces with the Czech national team after his appointment as “staff coordinator” for the coming season.

This is a very unique agreement that nevertheless acknowledges the qualities and real professionalism of our club in managing women’s Volleyball teams. I think that this is extremely important especially by the time our Volleyball family is being confronted by financial constraints. This acknowledgement comes from abroad and hence it is even more important. The Italian clubs are able to deliver excellent results on court and also when it comes to their organization as well as general management. It is also a unique opportunity for our head coach and all of us to get a very valuable experience while working on the international stageAldera says. “I would like to sincerely thank the President of the Czech Volleyball Federation, Dr. Zdenek Hanik, and Vice President, Robert Urbanek, who have been keen to accept our innovative approach and for the trust they have shown in our groupAldera concludes.

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