13. 07. 2018

WCH W: First list of Brazil for Japan, Natalia Zilo is back

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Brazilian coach José Roberto Guimarães announced the first preliminary list of 11 players for the World Championship in Japan.


The FIVB World 2018 Championship for Women will be held from September 29 to October 20 in Japan and Brazil already announced the first names.

The first group will start their preparation on July 16 in Saquarema while the other names will be announced these days. 

On the first list are: setter Roberta da Silva Ratzke, oppoiste Tandara Alves Caixeta, middle blockers Adenizia Ferreira Da Silva, Ana Carolina da Silva and Ana Beatriz Correa, receivers Gabriela Braga GuimaraesNatalia Zilio PereiraAmanda Campos Francisco, Drussyla Felix Costa and Rosamaria Montibeller and libero Gabriella Guimaraes De Souza.

"Volleyball Nations League was a very important competition for our group. Over the course of seven weeks, we were the only team that did not come home from all the distance and the fact that the Final Round was played in China. We saw in this competition the level that we need to reach to face the best teams. We will continue to work hard in the coming months and we know we can play as equals against the best teams in the world, " said Jose Roberto Lages Guimaraes. 


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