#Transfers: Arthur Szwarc and Jean Patry to Latina
From France to Italy: Just like Vibo Valentia, which a few days ago made official two players from the French championship, the same has also done Latina. Canadian middle-blocker Arthur Szwarc from Sete and French spiker Jean Patry from Montpellier and are two new players of the Italian club Top Volley Latina.
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