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18. 04. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

POL M: Czarni Radom sign 19-year old middle blocker

Source: wksczarni.pl

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Czarni Radom have already started creating the roster for the season 2017/2018.

 

As they want a mixture of young and experienced players, Czarni Radom have acquired 19-year old middle blocker Norbert Hubert.

He was a member of the golden Polish generation that managed to win the European U19 championship. 

In this season he played in the youth team of Rzeszow, who won the bronze medal. At the final tournament, he received the best middle blocker award.

 

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