Dario Iannacone still with Wow Green Academy

A promise of Italian volleyball, 21, the future on his side. The Normanna Aversa Academy branded Wow Green House has placed yet another market hit in view of the 2022-23 season. Dario Iannaccone, a spiker of 198 centimeters, arrives in the Norman city and will be one of the strengths of the roster of coach Paolo Falabella. Iannaccone was born in Avellino, he is a Campania region who wants to bring the Region and in this case Aversa in volleyball that counts and hastens to say that “I want to take Serie A2 again with the Wow Green House Aversa, I am very motivated and already do not see time to start “.

The 21-year-old spiker is fresh from his experience in Serie A2 with Emma Villas Siena, he lives in Rome and in the capital he had his first experience in Serie A (in A3) with the SMI Roma shirt. He grows up with the Giro Volleyball, goes on loan to Sempione Volleyball for the youth team while playing simultaneously in the first division and in Serie C. In these years of training he becomes provincial Under 15 champion and Under 16 and 18 regional champion. jump to Serie A.

Now he absolutely wants to stay in these categories and will try to be appreciated by all the fans who will be present in the stands of the PalaJacazzi: “I played there in Aversa last year when I played in the SMI Roma squad. I got to know the great passion of the managers and of the president Sergio Di Meo. There is a great desire to do well and to grow, and this was also noticed by opponents. We only hope to see a full arena in every order of place, that’s what we all hope because alone you don’t go anywhere. We have to be a great family, a great team that wants to bring Aversa to A2 ”.

Iannaccone underlines that he has also chosen Aversa “to get involved as much as possible. I will have the opportunity to play again with coach Paolo Falabella, who I had as second coach in Siena, and which was clearly one of the reasons that led me to my choice. I do not mind the fact of going down the category, I want to win back on the field. Aversa is the right choice I could have made, let’s bring the South together where it deserves to be, in volleyball that counts “.