Michele Luisetto in Brescia

The Consoli McDonald’s Centrale supports Luisetto with Esposito and Candeli and locks up that attack department, greeting Michele Orazi. The new center: “In Brescia to get involved alongside many experienced athletes. I love the fastball, I’ll get along well with Tiberti! ”

Grown up in the youth teams of Valsugana, after five Serie B championships, Michele Luisetto, central class ’96, first won promotion to Serie A3 with Porto Viro, and then also grabbed that in A2 with Motta di Livenza, where in the championship just concluded he has carved out a place in the most surprising sextet of the 21/22 season.

An explosive player, he makes up for his ‘only’ 190 cm with the jump and with what he defines as ‘tricks’, behind which there is constant work that, waiting for the mid-August meeting, Michele implements on the beach fields, as a player and manager.

“He is an advanced athlete and this is demonstrated by the great growth path he has made, arriving to play a starter at Motta in A2 – ruled coach Zambonardi -. He makes grit an extra weapon and fully reflects our thinking: he is tough and determined, has block speed and is very strong in attack. He made a great impression on us over the past season and enthusiastically accepted our proposal. Having him in our central trio gives us peace of mind: we are very satisfied with the way we have structured that department, which now seems really competitive for the category ”.

On the other hand, the Paduan athlete makes it clear that he does not feel at all successful: “When I enter the field, I focus 100% on what I have to do, both in training and in the game, to constantly improve – confirms Luisetto -. I like to learn and I come to Brescia for this too, to measure myself against experienced teammates with whom I can get involved in order to continue growing. I’ve always been a central player and I continue to work hard to make up for my not too many cm … My greatest quality today is jumping and I love fast play: I think I’ll get along well with Tiberti. ”

The Lega Pallavolo has meanwhile formalized the exchange of titles between Reggio Emilia and Siena, which therefore passes to the Super League in place of the Volley Tricolore: “With the two relegations from the top flight and the two foreigners on the field – continues the spiker – a championship without comfortable matches, it will be necessary to sweat it all and I am ready to give my contribution to the Tucans! “