Former V-League Yosubani. Italian league contract with Monza

Yosbani Hernandez (then registered name Yosbani, Cuba), who played in the V-League through OK Savings Bank (now OK Financial Group), Hyundai Capital, and Korean Air, advanced to the Italian League. ‘World of Volley’, which specializes in European and overseas volleyball news, reported that Yosubani had signed a contract with Monza, Italy.

Yosubani started this season in the Chinese league. He played for Beijing and was selected as the league’s MVP and was also selected as the best server. 카지노사이트

The Chinese League has finished its schedule and Yosbani will spend the rest of the season wearing a Monza uniform. In Monza, a familiar face even to V-League fans is taking to the court.

Georgi Groser (Germany), who was a teammate of Moon Seong-min (Hyundai Capital)’s Bundesliga team (Friedrichshafen) and played in the V-League wearing a Samsung Fire & Marine uniform in the 2015-16 season, is playing.

Born in 1991, Yosubani came to Korea after being nominated by OK Savings Bank in the 2018 V-League Foreign Player Draft. He wore a Hyundai Capital uniform in the 2019 draft, but left the team after playing only two games in the regular league due to injury.

At that time, Hyundai Capital recruited Daudi (Uganda) as a replacement player in place of Yosbani. Yosbani then went through the Turkish league and returned to the V-League during the 2020-21 season. He even won the championship match wearing a Korean Air uniform on behalf of Viyena (Spain, current KB Insurance). His personal career performance in the V-League is 1110 points and an attack success rate of 54.3% in 47 matches (170 sets).

He did not renew his contract with Korean Air and went to the Spanish league to spend last season. Monza, Yosubani’s new team, is in 7th place in the league this season with 6 wins and 8 losses (22 points) as of the 13th in Seria A, Italy.

Verona, where Keita (Mali) is playing, is in 6th place, just ahead of Monza with 7 wins and 7 losses (26 points). The top of the league is Perugia, with 14 wins and an undefeated run.