BRESCIA– Nicola Pesaresi, a 32-year-old libero from the Marche region with many years of experience in the Super League and in the national team, is a new player for Consoli Sferc Brescia.
The new blue and white player was presented to the press this morning at the McDonald’s restaurant in Campo Grande in the city and welcomed by fans and journalists.
The libero had been training with Modena for a month without registration to compensate for the injury to starter Federici, who returned to the field in the Boxing Day game. Pesaresi, who arrived in Brescia on the 27th, is already training with the Toucans and could be used in the first game back at Castellana Grotte on Saturday evening.
Born in Loreto (AN), 32 years old, 190 cm, he grew up in the youth teams of Lube Macerata and reached the top division in 2012 with the jersey of Marmi Lanza, then Calzedonia Verona, with which he won his first Challenge Cup in Year 2016. He stayed in Veneto for five seasons, interrupted by a return to Civitanova in the 2016/2017 season, which brought him the Scudetto and the Italian Cup. He then settled in Milan for the next five years, where he won the second Challenge Cup in 2021 and the Scudetto Play Off semi-final in May 2023. His plamares also shine as a gold medal at the Mediterranean Games, which he won with the national team in 2013.
The words of Nicola Pesaresi–
“I’m happy with my volleyball past, but it’s in the past, and now I’m just as happy with the opportunity that the present offers me.” I took it on because I find it interesting, first of all, about me to test again in a category that I don’t actually know. It’s a challenge that I’m happy to take on: the immediate goal is to integrate myself into the group and then, step by step, make a good contribution and gain some satisfaction. I’m coming back from a month’s training in Modena where I’ve regained my form: I’m not 100% yet, but I hope to make up for it with experience when called into action and by bringing balance and calm can the pitch.”
The words of coach Roberto Zambonardi –
“His availability is an opportunity that presented itself at the end of the transfer window and we jumped at it immediately.” Nicola is a very high quality player who brings class and experience to our group without taking anything away from Andrea Franzoni, who has been with in recent years Dedication and commitment contributed to building the team we know. The move from Super League to A2 may seem like a step backwards for Nicola, but we have identified in him a boy who is not afraid to get back in the game in a category that is terribly competitive, as the results show everyone Sunday show. “
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