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Andrey Vorontsevich to reportedly leave CSKA after 14 years

Will Andrey Vorontsevich leave the Russian powerhouse after 14 years?

According to Donatas Urbonas, the 32-year old forward might leave CSKA after 14 years of tittles and success. Vorontsevich has been a player of CSKA Moscow since 2006 and in case the rumors are true and the player exits the club, then CSKA will lose one of their most dedicated players. Vorontsevich has helped the club build an empire, being one of the top teams in European basketball.

Valia Pilianidi
Valia is a 24-year-old sports journalist and reporter with a Master's degree in Sports Broadcast Journalism. She has previously reported on NBL and WNBL D1 games in the UK.
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