28. 11. 2020

BRA W: Osasco dominate over Minas, coaches Negro and Luizomar quarrel fiercely at end of match

Source: cbv-web.dataproject.com; Photo: facebook.com/osascovoleibolclube

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Thanks to an exquisite performance, Osasco São Cristóvão Saúde beat Itambé/Minas in straight sets on the road in a derby of the sixth round of the 2020/21 Brazilian Women’s Volleyball Championship.


Osasco surprisingly easily dominated over Minas in a duel of the two undefeated sides in the 2020/21 Brazilian Women’s Superliga Banco do Brasil regular season: 3-1 (25-15, 25-16, 25-20). With a win in Round 6, the team from São Paulo remained undefeated (6-0) and got isolated at the top of the standings, while at the same time, Minas lost their invincibility (5-1).

The match was marked with tensions on the court, which is usual for derbies in Brazil. Minas head coach Nicola Negro got a yellow and a red card in the second set for complaining to the referees’ decisions, while at the end of the match, the Italian expert got confronted with Osasco head coach Luizomar Moura and was dragged away by his staff when it seemed it might turn into a physical clash.


Tandara Caixeta top-scored Osasco with 16 points. Ana Beatriz Corrêa ‘Bia’ added 6 blocks. Priscila Daroit ‘Pri Daroit’ scored 11 points for Minas.

2020/21 Brazilian Women’s Superliga Banco do Brasil regular season – Round 6:


December 8:

Sesc RJ Flamengo vs São Paulo FC/Barueri

December 29:

Curitiba Vôlei vs Brasília Vôlei




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FIVB, change the rule, please!

I agree with coach Kolakovic and the justifications he brings for changing this particular rule. I am convinced that most referees share his opinion too. Reply

FIVB, change the rule, please!

Re: @Sorah
That is very stupid too, indeed. If we do a simple analysis we can find a lot of other very stupid things. Another one is uselessly continuing the set when the score difference is 10 points. Who has recovered from that? (I mean in the senior games, not in the underage games.)

FIVB, change the rule, please!

Re: @Sorin Acela
The most stupid rule is each set has 25 points and teams only play serious game from point 15-16.
If sets had 15 or 11 points, they cared from first point, and didn't cause spectators to sleep. Reply