A Canadian strengthens the Hamelberg volley

A Canadian strengthens the Hamelberg volley

Shortly before the difficult away game of the Hamelburg Volleys (9th/3rd point) at Freiburg (2nd/8) on Saturday (8 pm), team officials announced another new signing, which would be held at the Royal in Kingston (Ontaria). Comes from Canadian College. Canada) is coming to Saale. “Mike was in Hamelburg for a week of testing in early September so we could get to know him and each other,” revealed team manager Frank Jensen. The fact that the 1.94m tall outsider is still a young student and does not come to Hummelberg with the demands of a full-fledged professional “was fascinating and made many things a lot easier for us from the start,” Jensen continued.

22-year-old Mike Rossel will only be in Frankfurt from Toronto on Saturday morning and will likely not yet be on the squad against Freiburg and will only be able to celebrate his debut in a volleyball jersey in the home game against champions Karlsruhe (29 October). Hummelberg’s team manager Ollie Wendt says, “After the clear home defeat of the Slstad team about two weeks earlier in the game against Swiggy, the disillusionment amongst all the players was great, especially “because the whole team didn’t tell the quality of it.” Everyone involved knows that the newly formed team still needs time “and so we are resting about the next two tough games against Freiburg and Karlsruhe,” says Wendt.

Freiburg, the team of the time in this still young season, have “reinforced themselves very well and calmly and sometimes we have 1000 loud spectators behind us,” said Wendt, who played a very difficult away game. hopes, but perhaps like head coach Fischer is hoping for a surprise victory.

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