12. 05. 2020

TUR W: Two-time EuroVolley winner to replace Lloyd in Eczacıbaşı

Source: voleybolunsesi.com; Photo: Volley Bergamo/Facebook

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The 17-time Turkish women’s volleyball champions Eczacıbaşı VitrA found a replacement for American Carli Lloyd.


Eczacıbaşı contracted Serbian setter Slađana Mirković, who will replace Lloyd (will move to Italy) in the lineup next season, Voleybol’un Sesi reported. The 24-year-old player competed for Italy’s Zanetti Bergamo in 2019/20.

Mirković was involved in winning the gold medal of the Serbian National Team in the last two CEV European Championships, serving as a backup on both occasions.


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1 Comments about "TUR W: Two-time EuroVolley winner to replace Lloyd in Eczacıbaşı"

13.05.2020 | 02:34 |   Cyllo [unregistered]

Great transfer. Mirkovic and Boskovic are best friends.

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