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10. 04. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

ITA M: Giani has chosen American blocker for next season


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Taylor Averill who played the last two seasons in Padova, has decided to move to Milano.


He will wear the jersey of Revivre Milano in the next season.

“Playing for Milan next season will be very exciting. I immediately accepted the proposal because this club wants to be one of the main teams of the Championship. It's a great opportunity for me, I would like to thanks Revivre that gave me the chance to play one more year in the most competitive league in the world. I've heard good things about Andrea Giani as a coach and I am very pleased to work with him. This year in Padova I had an injury that kept me away from the court, but now I'm fine. I'm fully recovered and this summer I will knowingly exploit the US National team to continue to improve physically and technically. To supporters of Revivre, I'm really happy to be part of this family and I get ready for the next season to bring up this team." said Averill


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