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20. 11. 2018

These volleyball stars will compete in the women’s CEV Champions League 2018/2019

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The women’s Volleyball CEV Champions League season 2018/2019 is starting today as well.

 

We’ve created the top 20 volleyball stars that will play in the men’s competition but since we didn’t manage to include all volleyball stars in 20 names, we have decided to create the list of all-stars that will compete in the Women’s CEV Champions League.

So, if we miss some players, it will be easy to add them. Let’s start from the reigning champions, Vakifbank:

Zhu Ting, Milena Rasic, Lonneke Sloetjes, Kelsey Robinson, Ebrar Karakurt (Vakifbank)

Miyu Nagaoka, Robin de Kruijf, Raphaela Folie, Monica de Gennaro, Anna Danes, Samantha Fabris, Kimberly Hill, Joana Wolosz, Miriam Sylla (Imoco Volley)

Tijana Boskovic, Jordan Larson, Kim Yeon Koung, Busra Kilicli (Eczacibasi)

Nataliya Goncharova, Irina Fetisova, Helena Havelkova, Maja Ognjenovic, Elena Gendel, Ekaterina Efimova (Dinamo Moscow)

 

Melissa Vargas, Bahar Toksoy Guidetti, Samantha Bricio, Eda Erdem (Fenerbahce)

Kathleen Weiss (Maritza Plovdiv)

Kseniya Parubets (Uralochka)

Alexandra Pasynkova, Evgeniya Startseva, Anastasia Samolienko (Dinamo Kazan)

Celeste Plak, Cristina Chirichella, Francesca Piccinini, Stefana Veljkovic, Paola Egonu (Igor Volley Novara)

 

Jovana Brakocevic (Budowlani Lodz)

Christina Bauer, Adela Helic (RC Cannes)

Oksana Kovalchuk (Minchanka)

Adenizia, Isabelle Haak, Jovana Stevanovic, Lucia Bosetti, Ofelia Malinov, Elitsa Vasileva (Scandicci)

Magdalena Stysiak (Chemik Police)

Maret Grothues (CSM Bucuresti)

 

The competition starts today featuring three games:

Dynamo Kazan - HPK (17:00 CET)

Beziers - Maritza Plovdiv (20:00 CET)

LKS Lodz - Schweriner (20:00 CET)

Check out the Pools compositions.

 

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2 Comments about "These volleyball stars will compete in the women’s CEV Champions League 2018/2019"

23.11.2018 | 10:29 |   Petar [unregistered]

Beyza Arıcı should be there, instead of Busra in Eczacibasi

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23.11.2018 | 11:28 |   Gnom [unregistered]

Bianka Busa (Chemik Police)

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