Michele Baranowicz to Halkbank Ankara
Just after the disappointment for the elimination from the World Championship 2018, the good news of having finally found his new team. In next season, the setter of italian national team Michele Baranowicz will play in the Turkish league with the jersey of Halkbank Ankara, on whose bench Alberto Giuliani sits, who also coached him in the last italian SuperLega (Piacenza).
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