Home » TUR M: It’s too quiet in HalkBank, way too quiet…

TUR M: It’s too quiet in HalkBank, way too quiet…

by WoV

The Turkish champions haven't made any official transfer yet, while many players have already left the club...




HalkBank have been the main power in Turkish volleyball in the past couple of years, however, afer winning the 2015/16 national championship, the club has become way too silent. You cannot even hear some rumors suggesting big volleyball arivals to Ankara. And, looking at the number of players who have already left the club, Halkbank simply need to be much more active on the transfer market.

Let’s start from what we know. Dragan Travica parted ways with Halkbank and decided to continue his career in Iran. Tsvetan Sokolov agreed terms with Lube, so he will play in Italy in the next season, so as Kevin Le Roux who accepted the offer from Modena. Ulas Kiyak moved to the local rival ZiraatBank, while finally Michal Kubiak decided to end his Turkish journey and he will probably go to Japan.

At the end, the club also parted ways with head coach Lorenzo Bernardi.

Speaking about the Halkbank’s roster for 2016/17, Dick Kooy will probably remain in the club, while there are some talks that ex-Resovia player Olieg Achrem might arrive in Ankara. And that’s it! That is all we know about the HalkBank’s team for the next season so far.

The reigning champions of Turkey will need much more than that if they want to defend the throne in their home country in the follwing season. 


Do not miss our sections Transfers – Done Deals and Transfers – Rumours.

To stay in touch with the latest #volleytransfers visit our VolleyTransfers 2016/2017 article.


Subscribe to have full access on WoV PROFILESSTATS VIDEO data base. 

Receive email notification (FOLLOW) about players and teams’ latest STATS and VIDEOS (you need to be registered).

For more articles click on Latest news.

Related Articles

0 comment

Axe June 12, 2016 - 11:48 am

They are out of the money! They just need one good receiver and opposite. For opposite I am not sure there are good in the market now. Maybe also Emre or Subasi can share that position


Leave a Comment



By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.