Juvecaserta gives itself a reinforcement

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Reinforcement for Juvecaserta.

Ble Decò Juvecaserta 2021 announces that it has signed an agreement until the end of the current championship with the athlete Klaudio Ndoja, who has terminated his relationship with Pallacanestro Firenze with whom he had started the season in Serie B and where he played five games, scoring a total of 80 points with an average of 16 per contest (41% from 3), as well as 4.6 rebounds per game.

Born in Shkodra (Albania) on May 18, 1985, a 6-foot-2 wing, Ndoja immigrated to Italy in 1998 and had his first youth experiences in our country with Aurora Desio, with whom he was registered until 2003 when he moved to Casalpusterlengo in B2. With the Lombard formation he achieved promotion to B1, playing the entire 2004/2005 season and part of the following one when he joined Igea Sant’Antimo in the same B1 championship. Returning to B2 the following year with Borgomanero, he made his debut in Serie A in 2007/2008 with Capo d’Orlando from which he moved mid-season the following year to Scafati in Lega2, where he remained until 2012 wearing the jerseys of Jesi, Ferrara and Brindisi with which he achieved promotion to the top division. And it was with the Apulian team that he made his debut in the top league in the 2011/12 season. After another season in A with Vanoli Cremona, he moved to Tezenis Verona in A2 series and, then, to Dinamica Mantova. In the same category he was called up, in the 2016/17 season, by Virtus Bologna where he played 25 games (10.1 points per contest with 54% from 2 and 47% from 3) contributing to the return of the Felsinei to the top division, which he played in 2017/18 (58% from 2 and 38% from 4). The following seasons saw him star in League 2 first with Tortona and, then, with Forlì. Last year he was among the architects of the final promotion to League 2 in the ranks of Sebastiani Rieti.

In his palmares an Italian amateur title with Virtus Bologna, three Italian Cups in League 2 (Brindisi, Verona, Bologna) and two promotions to League A with Brindisi and Bologna. He wore the jersey of the Albanian national team from 2004 to 2018 after starring in the ranks of his country’s under18 and under20 teams.

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