Bucko comfortable in Belluno

The second seasonal test for Belluno Volley is on the horizon. After overcoming a Serie B opponent like Povegliano, on Saturday 23 September (4.30 pm, at the Spes Arena) the rhinos will face a team sailing in the same seas: those of Serie A3 Credem Banca. That is, the Volley Team Club San Donà.

ADAPTATION – A comparison that will provide further answers regarding the growth path of a group in which the qualities of a spiker arriving from Poland are immediately emerging with force. His name is Bartosz. The surname, Bucko: «My first period was one of adaptation. During this month in the Dolomites I got to know the city and its surroundings. And this helped me feel more comfortable in the new context. Above all, I had the opportunity to get to know the team and the coaching staff better. They were precious moments, in which we built a bond and an understanding both on and off the pitch.”

BETWEEN NATURE AND HISTORY – Bucko is in love with this area: «Belluno is a fascinating place with wonderful views and sociable people. Plus, in the city itself, you can find ancient buildings, a cathedral and many museums that allow you to explore local history and art. Overall, Belluno and its surroundings combine the natural beauty of the mountains with the charm of Italian culture and tradition. I am satisfied with life here. Furthermore, the team is a mix of youth and experience: the locker room is lively and you certainly never get bored.”

SEARCH FOR EXCELLENCE – The first responses also arrived in front of the net: «The 3-0 against Povegliano represents an excellent start. However, there are always aspects that can be improved. But it’s normal for any lineup at this time of the year. The important thing is that the team is ready to analyze the elements to be corrected. I am convinced that hard work and the pursuit of excellence will lead to good results in the future.” The only flaw concerns Reyes’ injury: «I wish Alex a speedy recovery. From day one he made a great contribution in every training session – he’s a really good guy. I know his rehabilitation will take some time, but we can’t wait for him to return.”