07. 02. 2019

The 6+1 Values - crucial for the future work of ACPV

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The 6+1 values are one of the major achievements of the ACPV in 2018. The values were formulated by the ACPV in early December and shall serve the ACPV and club volleyball as guidelines for the future.

 

ACPV President Stav Jacobi is confident these 6+1 values are will be crucial for the future work of the ACPV and its members.

"The formula 6+1 does not need any explanation for a connoisseur of volleyball. It is as fundamental as the ABC to a volleyball player – and so shall be the seven values we formulated."

Jacobi knows about the responsibility of the ACPV, not only in the promotion and the growth of club volleyball.

"The ACPV does not only take a leading role in the promotion and growth of club volleyball but in social responsibility and ethical questions, too. Therefore, the ACPV decided to formulate these 6+1 values to recognize our responsibility in these questions."

ACPV General Manager Ivan Miljković is proud of the 6+1 values.

"As a former player, I firmly believe in the power of sports and the important role players and clubs play in everyday society. Players and clubs have to be role models and serve as a good example. Therefore, I am glad that the ACPV and its members take a clear stance on these subjects, too."

Read the 6+1 values of the ACPV here.

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