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20. 04. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

POL M: Abdel-Aziz started a series of departures – two more players leave Poitiers

Source: lanouvellerepublique.fr; Photo: kokemaenjokilaakso.fi

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French Men’s Championship (Ligue A Masculine) member Stade Poitevin Volley-Beach Poitiers might stay without two more players after deciding to release Dutch Nimir Abdel-Aziz.


 

Abdel-Aziz already left Poitiers and joined Italian side Milano while two other players of this French team might do the same. But, they will not go in the same direction as Dutch opposite.

Robbert Andringa and Eemi Tervaportti are both close to sign with Polish Men’s Championship (PlusLiga) clubs - Dutch receiver with Indykpol AZS Olsztyn, while Finnish setter might go to Espadon Szczecin.

 

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