10. 11. 2018

KOR W: Ivana Nesovic and Expressway Hi Pass part ways

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Ivana Nesovic is no longer a member of the Korean team Expressway Hi Pass.


It was her second consecutive season in this team, the third in total. In the last season, she was the main reason why this team won the championship title.

Thank you, everyone, for support. It was my honor to play in Korea and for Hi - pass. I am grateful to my team for amazing moments. l love you, girls. Thank you, my first coach and all coaches and trainers and everyone. Thank you, fans, for all support and thank you all people from Korea who watch volleyball,” writes Ivana on Instagram.

However, we wanted to know what are the further steps of the Serbian opposite.

I am currently working on getting back into the shape and then I will choose some other challenges. Korea is my wonderful memory and I just have to tell all the best about this country and my team,” says Ivana Nesovic for WoV.


See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors. 


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