20. 04. 2019

ITA W: Caprara remains at helm of Il Bisonte for 2 more years

Source: azzurravolleysancasciano.it; Photo: Guglielmi

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The Italian Women’s Volleyball top division side Il Bisonte Firenze announced that it has renewed its contract with the head coach Giovanni Caprara.

 

A 56-year-old expert Giovanni Caprara signed a new contract with Il Bisonte Firenze and will stay at their helm until 2021.

Caprara is the owner of the trophies in the CEV Champions League (a two-time winner), FIVB Club World Championship (one-time winner), and Italian Championship and Cup (won it three times each) as a head coach.

He came to Il Bisonte two years ago. This season, his club was eliminated in the Samsung Volley Cup A1 playoff quarterfinals by Igor Gorgonzola Novara (series 1-2).

 

See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.

 

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