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06. 04. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

Thai opposite wants to follow footsteps of Nootsara Tomkom!

Source: sportvolleyballthai.com

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Another Thai player in Turkey? It might happen in the next season.

 

The Thai opposite Ajcharaporn Kongyot has a big desire to play in Turkey. If Nootsara Tomkom stays in Turkey, Thailand will have two players in this league.

Kongyot is also a member of Thai women’s national team. She is 21-year old player and she is one of the best middle blockers in Thailand.

So, it’s all up on Turkish teams. If they send some offers, they will have a huge support from Thai fans.

 

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