02. 02. 2019

ITA W: Ana Starcevic in Chieri

Source: http://www.chieri76.it

997 0

The Croatian player Ana Starcevic is the new player of La Reale Mutua Fenera Chieri ’76.

 

After the club found the agreement for the termination of the contract with Odina Aliyeva they announce new signing with Ana Starcevic.

Born in Vinkovci in Croatia on March 24, 1986, Ana Starcevic played three seasons in Turkey in Besiktas, Canakkale and Halkbank Ankara, she won the championship in Slovenia with Ljubljana and Croatian championship with HOK Rijeka, as member of NOVA KBM Branik Maribor she won Slovenian Cup and MEVZA league.

Last season Ana played in the women's Serie A wearing the shirt of VBC Pomì Casalmaggiore.

 

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Since you are here…

…we have a small favor to ask. WorldofVolley is one of the most popular volleyball websites in the world that provides many volleyball news daily. We are covering many worldwide competitions, trying to inform all of our fans by publishing the breaking news.

Since we want to keep our future much secure, consider this donate button as a way to support our work and to help us grow.

THANK YOU!

Donation
Choose Amount
Do you find this article useful?
+0   Yes     No   0-

No comments on this topic.

Post a comment

antiRobotImage

Latest comments

RUS M: Verbov – „In the last three weeks, the team fell apart“

I really like this kind of questioning and Im pretty sure that it is part of the 'reason why' :)

knowing that, the issue is : how to recover that envy ?... And maybe the solution has begun to be drawn by losing these 2 (3) main titles ! I mean the new goal isn't keeping a title anymore but to conquer it.


Reply

#SuperFinalsBerlin M: Sokolov – “Is this dream come true? Absolutely“

Re: @Paolo
More titles He Win with SADA, and national team, so Bulgaria like a team is not very good like Brazil, as players and the club team SADA you know many years, with Leal in this team they don't have many competitors in South America. Only 1-2 Argentine teams like UPCN, Bolivar, but you know, they are not in the same level with SADA in good years...

In Europe, there is many good teams like Zenit Kazan, Lokomotiv Novosibirsk, Belgorod, Lube, Trento, Modena, and Polish team Reply

Testimonials