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Tours VB

Tours VB is a French volleyball club which is playing their home matches at the Salle Robert Grenon in Tours.

Tours VB plays in Pro A, top volleyball league in France. The team also participates in the Men's CEV Champions League 2010–11.

Achievements

  • Pro A (6)

Champion : 2004, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015.

2013, 2014, 2015

Current Squad

2013/2014 squad

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1 Marcus Popp S 23 settembre 1981  Germany
2 Stanislav Šimin C 4 ottobre 1986  Serbia
3 Gérald Hardy-Dessources C 9 febbraio 1983  France
4 Soané Falafala S 16 aprile 1993  France
5 Cyril Guittet L 13 agosto 1992  France
6 David Konečný S/O 10 ottobre 1982  Czech Republic
7 Jean-François Exiga L 9 marzo 1982  France
8 Nuno Pinheiro P 31 dicembre 1984  Portugal
10 Guillaume Di Betta S 8 settembre 1994  France
12 Maxime Dillies P 11 aprile 1984  France
13 Kamil Baránek S 2 maggio 1983  Czech Republic
14 Renaud Lachaise P 12 maggio 1991  France
15 David Smith C 15 maggio 1985  United States
16 Emmanuel Ragondet S 6 agosto 1987  France
17 Victor Le Guennec S 19 giugno 1994  France
18 Thibault Szymkowiak C 19 settembre 1991  France

Notable former players

External links

  • Official website




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