Final Countdown for Drean Bolívar

Drean Bolívar face the last week before the trip to Doha in the hope of reaching the FIVB Men’s World Club Championship in a large athletic and tactical level.




Luciano De Cecco lives intensely these days: “I think playing a world championship does not happen every day and so, we must enjoy to the fullest. Probably the most important game will be the first one, because we will adapt to time difference and the place“, said. The setter, who played a hundred international matches with Argentina, has a dream to come true:” It would be great to reach the semifinals”. And for this, believe there is a single recipe: “Let’s play the best of our ability. That always works.”

Fans throb debut on December 15th against Paul Mitchels with high expectations because they point out that last year, Drean Bolívar defeated in a friendly match the Olympic champion U.S. national team in Anaheim, California.

The illusions of the representative of South America are based on the four years of success in international tournaments and also the performance of De Cecco, Pablo Meana and Badá. The libero is one of three active players with more experienced in international competitions. Voted the best of its category in the 2002 World Championship, has a successful tour in the Russian League, standing in all editions of CEV Champions League he played. The Brazilian Badá (Jean Carlo Badalotti) is the player with the most appearances in club history, which now dispute its seventh season. Despite his 38 years, the wing spiker became an important man for his leadership on the court and its ability to defend and spike.

Argentina‘s squad also has two powerful attackers as Lucas Ocampo and Opposite Federico Pereyra and talented young middle-blocker Sebastián Solé who stood out in every tournament he played for his intelligence in the block.

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