PAOK was strengthened with Riley Barnes


The announcement in detail:

“PAOK and the men’s volleyball department announce the start of cooperation with the athlete, Ryley Barnes, for the rest of the 2021-2022 season.

Born on 10/11/1993 in Canada, Ryley Barnes competes as an extreme and is 200cm tall.

He started his career at the University of Alberta in the 2011-2012 season, where he remained until the 2015-16 season, where he completed his studies. Making great appearances himself, he reached the top of the College Championship twice with his University, in the seasons 2013-14 and 2014-15. In fact, at the University of Alberta he coexisted with this year’s Canadian passer of PAOK, Brett Walsh.

The 2016-17 season found him in France, on behalf of the Tour. In his first year in Europe, Ryley Barnes managed to add another title, that of the CEV Cup, defeating Trentino in the “golden” set 15-13.

The 2017-18 season found him again in Europe, this time in Russia, wearing the Ural Ufa jersey, with which he made great appearances, which gave him the “ticket” for one of the best championships of the “Old Of Epirus “.

So, the next season found him in the Italian championship, on behalf of Padua, with which he reached the playoffs of the championship, and in which he stayed for another season, which, however, was “marked” by the pandemic.

International with the National Team of Canada, with participation in both the Pan American Games and in Pre-Olympic tournaments “.

For the beginning of his collaboration with PAOK, Ryley Barnes, he stated on the official website of the Association,

“I am very excited to come to PAOK, a team with a long history, about which I have heard very nice words about the team and the fans. I want to thank the Management, and the coach, for their trust in me. The team has high goals, to which I in turn want to contribute the most in order to achieve them “.

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