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18. 07. 2017

Transfers 2017/2018

RUS W: Last season’s Superliga play-off quarter-finalists Sakhalin tie Enisey libero and renew with receiver

Source: oneteamsakhalin.ru; Photo: oneteamsakhalin.ru

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Sakhalin Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, last season’s Russian Women’s Volleyball Superliga quarter-finalists, secured two more players for 2017/2018.

 

The libero Margarita Panycheva, who spent last season in Enisey Krasnoyarsk, became the latest reinforcement of Sakhalin.

A day prior to this transfer, Sakhalin extended the contract with a 33-year-old receiver Olesiya Sharavskaya. She came to the club in December 2016 from Voronezh and soon established herself as one of the leaders of the team, scoring 105 points in 13 matches.

 

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I am not sure from where did you get this article because it doesn't exist on sportklub.rs which you mentioned as a source.

The title of this article is very misleading because it is obvious from reading the article that Kolakovic didn't criticize anyone. He just expressed his opinion that volleyball need more players who are media attractive like Ngapeth. Reply

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Credits to Germans winning a bronze in 2014 and the 'volleyball history' that was taken account into the selection of 12 classified team. I wonder why the Netherland is not the list, they have a great history. How about Cuba, 2010 bronze medalist in world championship. The level of BS :FIVB.
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