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05. 02. 2017

Transfers 2016/2017

ITA W: Foppapedretti embarking upon a project of the year – hiring Sheilla!

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Foppapedretti Bergamo do not give up on a title dream even after one of their most important players suffered an injury.


Foppapedretti management knows they will have to hire a high-profile player like Polish opposite Katarzyna Skowrońska, who finished the season due to injury, in order to keep title hopes alive. Thus, according to transfer rumors presented by Gian Luca Pasini from, ‘Foppa’ are making huge efforts to sign Brazilian legend Sheilla Castro!

Sheilla announced a one-year break after 2016 Rio Olympics and already refused several offers at the end of last year. Will offer of Women’s Serie A1 team top them all, we will see in the coming days.

A two-time Olympic Games winner is quite familiar with Italian Women’s volleyball Championship since she was wearing a jersey of MyCicero Pesaro (currently in Division 2) four years, winning the national title, national Super Cup and CEV Cup one time each.


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POL M: Lebedew - "I understand Kevin, he has received a very good offer"

Re: @former_player
So there is break out option for player who is so important to club that 'with him we are maybe first,wiithout him we are 6'....No problem than,smart agent and stupid club Reply

POL M: Lebedew - "I understand Kevin, he has received a very good offer"

I agree if there is break out clause. But in this case like in Perin and Resowia, there is no break out clause or termination compensation.
Players have signed and now they don't respect it.
If FIVB let this pass...there will be huge mess on the market...then the clubs won't respect agreements at all.
What shall be guarantee that something signed shall be valid and respected by both sides??? Reply

POL M: Lebedew - "I understand Kevin, he has received a very good offer"

Re: @Coach It's two ways street. Each contract has break out clause. Clubs terminates contracts with players all the time, why a player couldn't do the same as long as there's break out clause in the contract? Everyone would change a club for double salary, because at the end of the day, that's how they make living


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