Iran’s Shahrdari Varamin won the 2019 Asian Men’s Club Volleyball Championship held in Chinese Taipei by beating Japan’s Panasonic Panthers in the final. But, at the end of the match, the Pole Michał Kubiak, playing for the Panthers, got involved in an argument with Varamin players, pointing his finger at some player of the Iranian team, showing that he has been provoked. By looking at the video, it looks like that Pourya Fayazi was the player that Kubiak had something to discuss with. The commotion escalated to the point that all players and coaching staffs of both teams started to confront each other. And it took quite a long time before the incident was over.
This definitely was not a good promotion, not only of the volleyball in Asia but of this beautiful sports discipline in general.
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