25. 07. 2020

ITA W: Serie B1 member sign experienced Italian setter!

Source: ivolleymagazine

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We have a sensational volleyball transfer in the Italian Serie B1!


Seap Dalli Cardillo Aragona, a member of the Italian women’s Serie B1, have signed a former national team member Valeria Caracuta.

I chose this team because of the enthusiasm and project that has been presented by the president Nino Di Giacomo and the coach Massimo Dagioni, with whom I had already worked in Busto Arsizio. It immediately seemed to me an ambitious project and I think we can achieve important goals,” says Caracuta.

In the last season, she was a member of LKS Commercecon Lodz.


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