Leoya, I want a seventh season~!

The Korea Volleyball Organization (KOVO) will hold foreign player tryouts in Dubai through Nov. 11. The women’s team will hold its nomination event on Sept. 9 and the men’s team on Sept. 11.

One of the most sought-after players in the ‘career’ category is Leonardo Leyva Martinez (pictured) of OK Financial Group in men’s volleyball. Leo played six seasons in the V-League. 현금홀덤사이트 He led Samsung Fire to two championships in two seasons (2012, 2013, 2013, and 2014) and was named MVP of both the regular season and championship game. In his third season back, Leo proved his presence by leading OK Financial Group back to “spring volleyball” in the 2023-2024 season. Born in 1990, Leo is now in his mid-30s. It’s a question mark whether Leo will be able to make it to his seventh season in the V-League. Second-year Japanese head coach Masashi Ogino has his eyes set on a variety of offensive options rather than relying on one dominant striker. With Leo’s firepower, it’s possible he could be picked up by another team even if his contract with OK Financial Group falls through.

On the men’s side, 39 new players tried out for the V-League. Polish apogee spiker Krysztof Walczak is considered to be the No. 1 candidate for the men’s tryouts.

In addition to the 38 new applicants, the seven women’s clubs will also test the skills of four new players: former Hyundai E&C Leticia Moma Basoko, former Heungkuk Life Willow Johnson, former GS Caltex Giselle Silva and former Korea Expressway Corporation Vanya Vukiric.

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