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Berge (2nd on the right) together with FeVA President, Gutierrez and other officials at the opening of FSV new facilities

San Juan, Argentina, November 7, 2013 - In the framework of the 45th celebration of the San Juan Volleyball Federation, last Wednesday, November 6th, the President of the FSV, Jaime Berge, went over the present of one of the most active Volleyball Federations of Argentine Volleyball naming the goals already fulfilled and those still pending.

"We believe that we are at one of our most important federation and sport moments" started saying Berge to keep immediately mentioning: "We can say that the FSV is a clean financial institution and with a very good organization of its local, regional and national championships".

About the second item, the official went on saying: "At sport level, our Juniors' and Seniors' have an outstanding level and this year we are having two teams participating of the National League: UPCN Voley and Obras de San Juan". While Obras is one of the oldest teams in Argentine volleyball history, UPCN won the last three editions of the most important national men's teams League.

With this very positive balance and present, one of the goals of Berge is "on the short time to maintain our very good playing level and our outstanding federation organization. On the long run our goal is to multiply the quantity of players at grass-root categories".

With reference to the present management of the San Juan Volleyball Federation, he finished expressing: "The main goal is to have obtained a small own stadium to train volleyball, not only to train our province teams but to allow those clubs that want to train during winter as there are no other indoor stadiums and they had to train on the open air. With reference to sport level itself, to have more than 10 players from our province in different National Teams and to have two professional teams in the A1 Men's National League of the ACLAV are goals fulfilled".