Narbonne announces the confirmation of three players.
After prolonging the contract of its coach, Guillermo Falasca, Narbonne announces the confirmation of three players: the libero Ludovic Duée, the spiker Lisandro Zanotti and the middleblocker Alejandro Vigil.
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