12. 10. 2020

USA W: Another foreigner in Pro League – Turkish international Özge

Source: melhordovolei.com.br; Photo: voleybolunsesi.com

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More and more foreign players sign contracts to play in the new US women’s volleyball professional league.


Another foreigner will be announced soon in the 2021 US Pro League (these names were confirmed earlier). The experienced Turkish setter Özge Kırdar is to sign the contract with the Athletes Unlimited, the organizer of the tournament.

The veteran player is a twin sister of another former Turkey National Team member Gözde Kırdar. Özge, one-time Best Setter of the CEV Champions League and MVP of the CEV Challenge Cup, has played the past two seasons at Türk Hava Yolları. She left the project supported by Turkish Airlines with the arrival of American Lauren Carlini.


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



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