03. 04. 2020

ARG M: OFFICIAL - Weber leaves Bolívar and becomes Taubaté head coach

Source: bolivarvoley.com; Photo: jonatanalmeira.com

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Javier Weber has officially left the post of the head coach of the Argentine men’s volleyball giants Bolívar Voley.

 

With the end of the 2019/20 season in Argentina, unfinished due to coronavirus pandemic, it’s time for Weber to say goodbye to Bolívar after 14 successive years. The legendary expert will continue his career in Brazil - he will be the new head coach of EMS Taubaté Funvic by which the rumor has been confirmed.

Under the command of Weber, the team from San Carlos de Bolívar conquered these major competitions: national league 6 times, South American Club Championship and Copa Libertadores 1 time each, national Cup 5 times, Master Cup 2 times, and national Super Cup 1 time. Bolívar achieved the unique Argentine record with Weber at their helm: being undefeated champions in the 2006/07 season and making the winning streak to 57 games.

In Taubaté, he will replace Renan Dal Zotto who will most likely become the Director of the club, in addition to coaching the Brazil Men’s National Team.

 

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

 

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