23. 07. 2019

TUR M: 2019 CEV Cup Best Scorer Venno stays in Galatasaray one more season

Source: Photo: cev.eu

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The current Turkish Men’s Volleyball Championship bronze medalists Galatasaray extended the contract with an Estonian player Oliver Venno.


A 29-year-old Estonia national team member Venno will stay in Galatasaray for one more season. The opposite hitter came to the Istanbul team, who finished the 2018/19 season as the bronze medalists in the national championship and runners-up in the CEV Cup, a year ago.

Venno is a 2-time CEV European League winner with Estonia. He also claimed titles in the Slovenian, German and Austrian Championship once apiece and won national Cups in Estonia, Slovenia and Germany. Venno is also a 2-time MEVZA Cup gold medalist.

Individually, Venno was named Best Outside Hitter of the 2018 CEV European League and Best Scorer of the 2019 CEV Cup (188 points).


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