19. 01. 2021

LBY M: Cuban legend Marshall joins multiple champions of Libya

Source: volleyball.it; Photo: cev.eu

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Cuban male volleyball legend Leonel Marshall will continue his more than a two-decade-long professional career in Africa.


After the season in Turkey’s Bursa B.şehir Bld, a 41-year-old world volleyball legend Leonel Marshall decided to continue his 23-year-long professional career on the African continent.

A former Cuba National Team (2001 World Grand Champions Cup and NORCECA Championship winner) member and one-time FIVB World League Best Server will play the rest of 2020/21 in Libyan Asswehly. The Misurata-based club is a powerhouse in its country with eight national titles and three national cups in its collection.


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