15. 05. 2019

POL M: Trefl not renewing with Nowakowski and Mijailović

Source: treflgdansk.pl; Photo: sport.trojmiasto.pl

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The Polish Men’s Volleyball top division team Trefl Gdańsk parted ways with Piotr Nowakowski.

 

A 31-year-old middle blocker, Poland national team member, Piotr Nowakowski will not be defending the colors of Trefl Gdańsk in the 2019/2020 season. He has been a player of Trefl in the last two seasons: in the 2017/2018 season, he appeared in 36 games, scoring 367 points in total, including 93 in the block; last season, he played in 23 PlusLiga matches and seven CEV Champions League games, scoring 267 points, including 67 kill blocks.

Trefl also decided not to renew the contract with the Serbian receiver Nikola Mijailović. During the season, he suffered a knee injury, which excluded him from playing almost all matches in December. Then he has also been sidelined in the second half of February.

Earlier, the club said goodbye to Maciej Muzaj, the national championship best scorer, and head coach Andrea Anastasi.

Trefl extended the deals with the German outside hitter Ruben Schott and another player covering the same position, Szymon Jakubiszak.

 

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

 

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