20. 11. 2019

BRA W: Rezende outsmarts Zé Roberto as Sesc sweep Barueri

Source: superliga.cbv.com.br

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The most anticipated match of Round 3 of the 2019/20 Brazilian Women’s Volleyball Championship regular season went between São Paulo FC/Barueri and Sesc RJ into the favor of the latter: 3-0 (26-24, 25-23, 25-22).


The Round 3 match of the 2019/20 Superliga Feminina between the home side of Barueri and Sesc was one of the most anticipated this season due to a couple of facts. First, because of a duel of the two best Brazilian coaches in the history of the country’s volleyball: Sesc’s Bernardo Rezende “Bernardinho” and Barueri’s José Roberto Guimarães “Zé Roberto Zé Roberto”. Second, because of an expected debut of Sesc’s opposite hitter Tandara Caixeta this season. The one-time Olympic winner suffered from abdominal pain and was spared in the first two matches but today she was the top scorer of her team with 19 points, while Juciely Silva made 5 kill blocks. Lorenne Teixeira scored 14 points for Barueri.

Sesc remained a part of the group of four teams that are undefeated after three rounds. By the order in the charts, the group is led by Itambé/Minas and followed by Dentil/Praia Clube, Osasco/Audax, and Sesc.

2019/20 Superliga Feminina regular season – Round 3

November 17:

São Cristóvão Saúde/São Caetano - Itambé/Minas 0-3 (11-25, 14-25, 17-25)

November 19:

Valinhos - C.R. Flamengo 1-3 (25-22, 10-25, 11-25, 18-25)

November 20:

Curitiba Vôlei - Osasco/Audax 0-3 (19-25, 23-25, 14-25)

Esporte Clube Pinheiros - Dentil/Praia Clube 1-3 (15-25, 29-27, 22-25, 24-26)

São Paulo FC/Barueri - Sesc RJ 0-3 (24-26, 23-25, 22-25)

December 17:

Fluminense F.C. - Sesi Vôlei Bauru




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has serbia ever had a 3rd team?:D
serbia began all vnl and former grand prix tournaments with a-teams. they have 3 recent g. prix bronzes. In 2018 vnl, again they began with boskovic, mikailovic,veljkovic, popovic, rasic etc. went to finals in china but lost against turkey and usa and went home.In 2019 vnl again they began with top guns boskovic, mikailovic,veljkovic etc. in 1st week. actually their rivals, the turks again,came with their 2nd team ie. without veterans but with youngsters ozbay,karakurt, gunes,baladin etc. and swept serbs by 3-0 and this match had to disappoint terzic too much and he continued vnl with bench players and lost almost all remaining games. videos are everywhere in youtube, just watch them.

for better rankings, you need to compete in all tournaments, but unfortunately only great countries like china, usa with great human resources, great capacities can afford it.

or despite winning 'big' tournaments,you must be contented with your 6th position, because only the points you won do matter. Reply

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VNL must be an event that helps new players gain experience so that they can later join their country's first team. Serbia has always participated with its 2nd or 3rd team. The big tournaments are the Olympics Games, the World Championships and the continental championships. No one remembers who won the vnl. Ask a player to answer please. All for money fivb!!! Reply

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