14. 06. 2018

ARG M: Five players whose hearts beat for the club will stay in Bolívar for 2018/19

Source: bolivarvoley.com

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The current Argentinean men’s volleyball championship Liga Argentina runners-up Personal Bolívar confirmed five players for the next season’s roster who wore the club jersey in 2017/18.


Alexis González, Pablo Crer, Gabriel Arroyo, Guillermo García, and Agustín Ramonda will continue playing for Personal Bolívar.

For Crer and González, the 2018/19 will be the 6th season in Bolívar, the 5th in a row. Both were key players in the team that won the 7th championship title in the 2016/17.

García will remain the most-titled player in the history of Bolívar. He was involved in 5 of 7 championships obtained by the club (he missed the 2003 and 2017 titles). His career with Bolívar began in the 2003/04 season until 2009/10, then 2012/13, the final part of the 2013/14 and the 2015/16 season in which he was the captain of the team. García returned to Bolívar for the 2017/18.

Arroyo will spend his 10th season in Bolívar. He won 4 Leagues with the club and was the 2010 South American Club Championship winner. Arroyo returned to Bolívar last season.

For Ramonda, the 2017/18 was not what he expected. A serious knee injury in the pre-season left him sidelined for the most of the season.


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


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