17. 02. 2020

World Volleyball Coaches Show coming to Kladno with Worldofvolley

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After České Budějovice and Ostrava, the world show is heading to Kladno! The third edition of World coaches conference 2020 will offer the absolute best not only from the volleyball coaching world but other experts too.


The unique conference with world-renowned coaches will take place for the third time in the Czech Republic. The premiere edition was held in České Budějovice when the conference welcomed over 180 coaches from all over the world. The second edition took place last year in Ostrava with the attendance of 220 volleyball coaches from 14 countries. The third edition is aiming to set the bar even higher this year at Kladno.

The third edition of the World Volleyball Coaches Show will take place from 13th to 14th June 2020 at Kladenská sportovní Hala, where Milan Fortuník’s extra league team from Kladno is based.

The partner of the coaches’ conference is WorldofVolley.

"WorldofVolley is always ready to contribute to the promotion and exchange of information from the volleyball world. We are pleased to be a part of this project and to have the opportunity to spread information and news about the World Volleyball Coaches Show 2020. We are sure that the conference is a great opportunity to receive and share knowledge and gain some new view and perspective on modern volleyball.”

The coaches show will be focused on youth volleyball again. In practical examples right on the court, the world-renowned coaches will present their views and opinions on modern volleyball. Everything will be simultaneously translated.

These lectured at the conference in 2019: Massimo Barbolini – an Italian volleyball coach and one of the most successful women volleyball coaches in the world (on the topic transition from defense to offense and the specifics of block training with female players). Marian Jelínek – a recognized mental coach focused his lectures on emotions in team sports and how to work with them. A mental coach from every coach was the second topic of the lecture of M. Jelínek. Javier Weber, a volleyball coach and a former Argentinian setter revealed his knowledge in the fields of how to defend as many balls in the field as possible and attack after the reception.

In 2018, Italians Roberto Piazza and a fitness coach Martin Poeder, joined by a former Czech national team coach Zdeněk Šmejkal lectured in the Czech Republic.

World Volleyball Coaches Show will again offer the best volleyball experts from abroad and a Czech lecturer as well in 2020. It is an exceptional volleyball event where you can gain the latest knowledge from world experts.

Reserve the dates in your calendar! Tickets to World Volleyball Coaches Show 2020, which takes place on June 13-14 at Kladno, are already on sale at the VolleyCountry website!

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POL M: Young Australian coach Reynolds will command Jastrzębski next season

All this because volleyball is not e real professional sport and many clubs are managed with people with (almost) zero experience and knowledge in volleyball. And they manage money from state companies or government directly. Do not expect that that people will think differently. That is why volleyball will never move to another level and will always have some small “make up” in the future Reply

POL M: Young Australian coach Reynolds will command Jastrzębski next season

Many Strength and Conditioning Coaches/Scoutman are trying to get into coaching. Due to their lack of experience and knowledge, at first, they take a major pay cut in comparison to actual volleyball coaches. Currently, coaching jobs are paying very little, even in the top leagues, and some of the experienced coaches are not taking jobs for 25.000-40.000 EUR, knowing that demands are just as high as before when they were making double of this salary. Unfortunately, club leaderships see coaches as a disposable matter and therefore keep dropping salaries because there are candidates that will take these jobs. I am not here to judge, just to describe some of the dynamics around this profession. Reply

POL M: Young Australian coach Reynolds will command Jastrzębski next season

Interesting trend, that some coaches who specialised on physical training, some who never played volleyball on top level, became pretty successful volleyball coaches. It can be observed in some menś and women teams. It reflects a situation that volleyball has become a very physical sport. Even the world champion country, which in past had taught others, needs coaches from abroad who come into this category. Reply