16. 11. 2020

ARG M: ‘Mimí’ Sosa returns to play in her home country after 9 years

Source: sanlorenzo.com.ar; Photo: clarin.com

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The prominent Argentine female volleyball player Emilce ‘Mimí’ Sosa has returned to play in her home country after nine years.


Emilce Sosa, known to all as ‘Mimí’, returned to the Argentine courts after nearly a decade. A 33-year-old player is to wear a jersey of two-time consecutive vice-champions San Lorenzo.

The last time the middle blocker competed in her home country was in 2010/11 when she defended the colors of Boca Juniors. Sosa came to San Lorenzo after taking a year off. The last club for which a former Argentina National Team member (retired internationally in 2018) played was Brasília Vôlei, a club in Brazil.


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