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27. 02. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

RUS M: Volvich extended contract with Zenit Kazan

Source: zenit-kazan.com

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Experienced middle blocker Artem Volvich extended his contract with Zenit KAZAN for another season.

  

According to the press service of the Russian champion, the 27-year-old blocker will play until the end of 2017/2018.

Volvich has came to Zenit in summer 2016 and until now he won the Russian Supercup and Russian Cup.

 

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