Le Canadien Ryley Barnes rejoined Tourcoing

Facing the French team, on Friday night in Ottawa, he had “Barncat” inscribed on his jersey, his nickname in the Canadian national team. But it is well under his true patronage that Ryley Barnes will have the opportunity to show up in France next season, in Tourcoing. At 28, the 2-meter striker-striker, who developed in Thessaloniki (Greece) this season, will face League A five years after he left, a CEV Cup won with Tours under his arm.

Barnes will not land alone in the North, as two other Canadian internationals have signed to the TLM. Passenger Jay Blankenau (32 years, 1.94 m), from Warsaw, and central Lucas Van Berkel (30 years, 2.10 m), German runner-up with Friedrichshafen, will complete the effect of the Nordists , quarter-finals of the championship, in the company of Brazilian top Renan and German striker-receiver Moritz Reichert.


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