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Sport Volleyball: DVV generates full-time board

14:20  29 november  2021
14:20  29 november  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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 Dresdner SC fought compulsory victory against Erfurt The Volleyball women of the Dresdner SC have been faired to their favorite role and in Ostderby against black and white Erfurt with 3: 1 (20:25, 25:17, 25:12, 28: 26) enforced. Thus, the German master secured three days before the first appearance in the Champions League at the Polish first division of Develores Rzeszow three important points in the Bundesliga. © Robert Michael / dpa central picture / dpa / symbol image A volleyball player plays the ball.

The Bureau of the German Volleyball Association (DVV) has appointed a new full-time executive board as part of an internal structural reform.

Volleyball: DVV beruft hauptamtlichen Vorstand © Provided by sport1.de Volleyball: DVV calls full-time board

The Bureau of the German Volleyball Association (DVV) has appointed a new full-time board in the context of an internal structural reform. From 2022 Bernd Janssen and Julia Frauendorf will steer the skill of the DVV.

Janssen should take care of the areas of finance, personnel management and communication. For this, the learned bank specialist settles his previous volunteers as Vice President at the West German Volleyball Association and the DVV (Resort Finance). Frauendorf will act as board sports and sports development. The 30-year-old was already working voluntarily for several years in Hessian volleyball.

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