Journey of Jia De Guzman: Creamline’s loving setter flies to Japan

Sep 13, 2023

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TOKYO, Japan – Jia de Guzman, the renowned setter who has graced the courts with Creamline, is leaving for a once-in-a-lifetime trip abroad, a move that is igniting enthusiasm throughout the Philippine volleyball community.

Where is she going? She will compete in Japan’s V.League Division 1 with the Denso Airybees as an import.

Her longtime residence, Creamline, firmly supports her choice and shows unflinching loyalty to their star setter.

There is no space for question after reading the management of the Cool Smashers’ official statement. They have Jia De Guzman’s back as she gets ready to cause a stir in Japan.

Her illustrious career has been nothing short of sensational, highlighted by an impressive eight-time Best Setter crown in the Premier Volleyball League, and it all took place under the Creamline brand.

The Japanese club Denso wasted no time in outlining their goals. The news of their prized purchase was met with eagerness and joy. De Guzman is starting a new chapter, and her new team is anxious to see what she can do.

Jia De Guzman won four Finals Most Valuable Player Awards during her time with Creamline and was instrumental in the team’s six title victories. The nation is excited to see her internationally because of her efforts to the court, which have been nothing short of legendary.

The sentiment they had regarding her departure is summed up in Creamline’s statement.

To put it mildly, the statement continues, “To say the least, our hearts are brimming with pride and excitement for Jia as she embarks on this incredible journey to play for Denso Airybees.”

With Jia De Guzman’s departure, Creamline enters a new phase, and Kyle Negrito will be the only setter in the spotlight. The Cool Smashers are preparing for the forthcoming PVL season-ending All-Filipino Conference, which is set to start in the middle of October.

But this is not where the narrative ends. The declaration raises the sweet potential of Jia De Guzman’s future reunion with her Cool Smashers clan.

These next few months may mark a temporary separation, but they’ll also be a testament to our unwavering commitment to the team and our players’ overall development, the statement assures. “While we’ll undoubtedly miss her presence on the court, we wholeheartedly support her decision to pursue this unique opportunity.”

The 2023–24 V.League season, which is scheduled to span from late October to April of the following year, looms enormous in the distance. On October 28, Jia De Guzman will make her professional debut in a titanic matchup against the defending champion NEC Red Rockets. A week later, on November 4, she would compete against JT Marvelous, a fellow Filipino sensation owned by Jaja Santiago.

The statement’s final words, “The management, her teammates, and coaches stand firmly behind Jia every step of the way, and we eagerly await her return, ready to welcome her back with open arms and countless stories to share,” perfectly capture the feelings of Creamline and its devoted following.

Although the court will not be the same without her, we are convinced that her story will serve as an example for everyone.

The entire nation waits in anticipation as Jia De Guzman spreads her wings and flies to Japan because they know her adventure will be nothing short of remarkable.

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