The first men’s team of the Consorzio Vero Volley met today for a physical challenge. Coach Massimo Eckeli: “Ready to play on multiple fronts”
The holiday season has ended for Vero Volley Monza, which today, Wednesday, August 23, together with the Vero Volley Milano women’s team, met on the first official day of the 2023/2024 season. The sporting year that the boys from Eckeli will take to the pitch will be the tenth consecutive Super League and will see the Vero Volley Consortium’s first men’s team also compete in European competitions, including the CEV Challenge Cup.
Vero Volley Monza will also meet again after the summer break
Together with the captain Tomas Beretta and center Gabriele Di Martinofamous faces of last season, new meBrahim Lavani, Francesco Comparoni and Marco Gagini, the latter two have already moved to the main team of Monza in the 2021/2022 season. They complement the workforce available to Eckeli, Flavio Morazzini, product of the youth team of Monza and two athletes under 19, Gabriele Mariani and Gabriele Pertoldi, We are waiting for the players who are currently involved in the national team: Gianluca Galassi, Fernando Kreling, Erik Leppki, Steven Maar, Luka Marttila, Arthur Schwartz, Ran Takahashi and Petar Visic.
Physical training from tomorrow
The program of the day included the first presentation meeting with the staff in the morning, the collection of technical materials and the usual physical tests in the afternoon. From tomorrow the period of physical training will begin, both in the power room, and with classes on the sand and in the water, in collaboration with the Seven Infinity structure of Gorgonzola. The first official meeting in the calendar of Beretta and the company is scheduled for October 22 at the Eurosuole forum in Civitanova, where they will debut in the Super League 2023/2024.
“The goal is to get to the bottom of the Challenge Cup”
“The main goal of the season is, of course, to get to the bottom of the Challenge Cup, a trophy that we are especially excited about after qualifying from last year’s final,” said Massimo Eckeli (head coach of Vero Volley Monza). This will also be important. to be very competitive in the Super League, a championship that promises to be tougher this year than last season. teams are returning from their commitments around the world.”