Romania has lately seen a lot of investment to its top league, specially after the country hosted the 2018 CEV Champions League Final 4, in which Alba Blaj finished second. As a result, a lot of Serbian players have flocked to the country.
What was supposed to be a joyous occasion for Proton fans, an opportunity to meets its new players and coaches, turned out to be a very sad event. The Russian club, in what was supposed to be a traditional season debut press conference, instead made known to its fans that is facing deep financial troubles.
The practice has caught the eyes of the city’s population, which stops by to have a look at the boy’s enjoying themselves a relaxing swim after practice. Sora, home to former Hawaii star Kupono Fei, indeed needs all the help it can get this season after finishing its last campaign with a 4-22 record, second to last in the standings.
Zessi was a member of Cameroon’s national team at the 2016 Olympics, and won a gold medal with the team at the 2017 African Cup of Nations.
The 27-year-old 6’0″ setter, who is transferring out of Sweden’s Halmstad Volley, will undergo her first season in Germany.
Belcher got her start in the Swedish league last season, and will now move to Spain for her 2nd year as a pro.
Schaudt played in France last year, and will move to the Danish League for the 2018-2019 season.
Fomer Turkish U18 and U20 National Teamer Merve Tanyel has returned to Fenerbahce after completing her collegiate career at USD in the United States.
After serving as an injury replacement with Italian side Caselmaggiore last season, Megan Cyr is headed to Greece for 2018-2019.
Current Italian champions Conegliano decided to play it safe with Raphaela Folie’s injury and announced in its official website the signing of Martina Samadan to fill up her roster spot