17. 07. 2019

POL W: Mia Jerkov officially signs with Radomka Radom

Source: radomka.com

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The Croatian international will play in the Polish women’s elite volleyball league for the first time in her career.


After playing in Italy, Russia, Korea, Japan and Turkey, Mia Jerkov has decided to write a new chapter in her volleyball career. Her new team is Radomka Radom.

I love playing volleyball, I'm enjoying the game. I represented the colors of many clubs and I always met great people. The Polish top league is strong, so I'm happy that I managed to get along with the Radom crew. I will try to use all my knowledge and experience. I will do my best”, says Mia and adds – “I am very happy that I will be playing in Poland. People here really love volleyball, and I want to share every moment with the fans. I can’t wait to play at the Radom’s home court and in the Polish Women's Volleyball League. See you soon!”

In the last season, Mia Jerkov was a member of Besiktas.


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