12. 09. 2020

CRO M: Big names competing in Croatia this season - Omrčen and Čupković

Source: hos-cvf.hr; Photo: rtl.hr

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Croatian men’s volleyball clubs have brought some big names for the 2020/21 season.

 

The legendary Croatia National Team member, a 39-year-old opposite hitter Igor Omrčen, interrupted his one-year retirement!

Described by many as the best Croatian volleyball player ever has joined OK Split, a club in which he started his career. Omrčen, the winner of three Italian Championships, four Italian Cups, two Italian Super Cups, and one Japanese Championship, as well as two-time Best Scorer of the CEV European League, has retired a year ago.

In an interview for our website, Omrčen explained the reasons for such a decision.

Serbian Konstantin Čupković will also be playing in Croatia in 2020/21. A 33-year-old outside hitter reinforced the country’s record holders for league titles (19), HAOK Mladost.

Tours, whose jersey he wore when he was awarded the MVP of the 2018/19 French Championship, was also a club for which Čupković played last season.

Both players already made their debuts for their new clubs in the Croatian Cup.

 

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

 

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