18. 05. 2019

BRA M: Powerful boost for Cruzeiro in 2019/20 - Facundo Conte

Source: sadacruzeiro.com.br; Photo: Danilo Sardinha/GloboEsporte.com

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Argentine Facundo Conte will defend the colors of the Brazilian Men’s Volleyball side Sada Cruzeiro Vôlei in the 2019/20 season.


Cruzeiro confirmed the hiring of EMS Funvic Taubaté player, one of the highlights of the last Superliga edition in which his team won the championship, Facundo Conte. A 29-year-old outside hitter performed in the playoff finals against SESI-SP on a high level, finishing a decisive Game 5 as the best scorer of Taubaté.

Prior to playing in Brazil, Conte played for Shanghai, China, where he won two national titles. He also wore the jersey of the Polish team PGE Skra Bełchatów, winning the national title, Cup and Super Cup once each, and being named MVP of the last-mentioned tournament once. With Argentina national team, he participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics and was chosen the MVP of the Pan-American Games once.


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