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11. 04. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

ITA M: Urnaut to leave Trentino at the end of season?

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Diatec Trentino will likely part ways with Tine Urnaut.


As Gian Luca Pasini from writes, the contract of Slovenian receiver Tine Urnaut with Trentino expires at the end of the season and Italian Men’s volleyball club allegedly does not want to renew it.

The most serious candidate to take advantage of this situation are Revivre Milano, who recently apointed Andrea Giani as new coach. He already started to create roster for next season

So far this season, Urnaut averages 48% positive attack.


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18.04.2017 | 20:26 |   Marko [unregistered]

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