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20. 04. 2017

POL M: Ivović about staying in Resovia - "We'll talk at the end of the season"

Source: przegladsportowy.pl; Photo: PlusLiga

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Marko Ivović still does not know whether he will play for Asseco Resovia in the 2017/18 season.


 

Asseco Resovia still have one more match to play in the 2016/17 season. It will be the rematch of the PlusLiga 3rd place clash against Jastrzebski Wegiel in which Ivović and Co. need a 3-0 or 3-1 win to take the game into the golden set. That is why the Serbian international did not want to talk about the next season at this moment.

"We will see what will happen. There is no doubt that I am having a good time in Rzeszow, because of the fans, of the teammates and so on. After the last game of the season I will talk with the club officials. If we reach the agreement I do not see any reason why I should not stay in Asseco Resovia," said Ivović for przegladsportowy.pl.

 

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