11. 05. 2021

TUR W: Thai star Ajcharaporn continues career in Turkey

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The big star of the Thai women’s volleyball, Ajcharaporn Kongyot, has found the first engagement outside Asia in her professional career.

 

The Turkish top-flight team Sariyer Bld. announced the hiring of Ajcharaporn Kongyot. The star of the Thai National Team and one of the biggest stars of volleyball in Asia will thus play in Europe for the first time.

A soon-to-be 26 came to Sariyer from Generali Supreme Chonburi-E.Tech, where she spent her entire professional career, with the exception of a brief adventure in Indonesia - in the jersey of Jakarta BNI 46 in 2018/19. Ajcharaporn has been named MVP of the Thai Championship twice and has won the Asian Club Championship on as many occasions.

 

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2 Comments about "TUR W: Thai star Ajcharaporn continues career in Turkey"

12.05.2021 | 13:30 |   Sorin Acela [unregistered]

Poor girl! Going to a 12-placed Turkish team??? So sad.

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12.05.2021 | 21:53 |   Nobody Cares [unregistered]

Why poor girl ??? what team did she play before ???? oh wait she comes from Thailand and Singapour..... hahahah there is not high level on that leagues so she cannot expect to taking serious by a big team like the main four.... she will as everyone else in a bad team and she proves that she is not just a cute woman and can make the diference even losing games she will earn big contract from a big club ..... people need to realize that NT volleyball isnt everything...

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13.05.2021 | 12:25 |   Sorin Acela [unregistered]

Re: @Nobody Cares She's 26 and her dream to come play in Europe stopped in a 12-placed team??? Ajcharaporn could have had many other better choices, even to play in a European Cup in a Romanian team. Her agency is so incompetent! Now she'll play against relegation :( So sad!

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14.05.2021 | 12:12 |   big fan Sariyer [unregistered]

welcome to Sariyer, Ajcharaporn. dont care anything and keep going hard working.

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