03. 06. 2019

TUR W: Libero leaves Fenerbahce after 8 years to join Besiktas!

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It's always difficult to leave the place where you've been for almost the last decade, but that is something that every player has to go through.


That was the case with Busra Kilicli, who left Eczacibasi for the first time after 14 years, and now with Mereve Dalberer, who spent eight years in Fenerbahce. 

Now, it's time for a new challenge in her career and this experienced libero has chosen Besiktas.

However, Mereve Dalbeler is not the only player that has signed for Besiktas. These three players have signed contracts with this team: Busra Kilicli, Irem Cor & Su Zent.


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



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