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07-04-2012

UPDATE OF THE UNITED ASSOCIATED VOLLEYBALL FEDERATION FROM SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO

Mario Prola is one of its officials

Santiago del Estero, Argentina, April 7, 2012 - From the United Associated Volleyball Federation from Santiago del Estero (FUVASE) also arrived good news at this new phase of the Argentine Volleyball Federation (FeVA) for all Argentine Volleyball. The goal for each and every Federation and the entity that joins all of them is to make Volleyball every day more federative and Mario Prola, Board of Administration official and also NOA authority tells us the great effort they are doing to become a strong province entity.

"We have to celebrate having arrived to this point adding the effort of all officials" started saying Prola about the fact that they made a list that united all the provinces for this new FeVA period.

He went on saying: "When one changes authorities all come with great impulses, strength and changes and new ideas come into effect. To visit all provinces is something we always thought it would be right because it is the only way to know what is going on, the problems and the ideas each one has to make Argentine Volleyball grow. It is good to welcome people with more experience that can teach us and that can also see how we stand and then make real the changes the FeVA is looking forward".

"The fact that FeVA President, Juan Antonio Gutíerrez is visiting all provinces and be part of our authority meetings is very important" he continued expressing.

With reference to Santiago del Estero itself, Prola pointed out that there is always the will of working hard. "Santiago Volleyball is moving and growing with teams participating always at the Argentine League. We need to keep working hard because there are cities inside the province with talented players but lack of organization. We can have maybe 800, 900 players if we put together all the small leagues that are being played in different little cities and that is our goal. The province government is helping with transportation so that we can compete all over the country so we have to put the rest, work and effort to advance and develp ourselves".

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