Poland: Zaksa with a new reinforcement – the Hungarian outside hitter Arpad Baroti
The reigning Polish champions have signed another player for the season 2019/2020: It’s Arpad Baroti, the Hungarian outside hitter.
He will be playing in Plusliga for the first time in his career.
In the last season, he played in the French team Narbonne Volley, and he is a member of the Hungarian national team.
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