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23. 01. 2019

CL W: Marco Motta – “Kazan’s players are very good, especially Kadochkina”

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The head coach of Eczacibasi Marco Motta has commented on the victory in the group stage over Dynamo Kazan in Russia.

 

It was an interesting game. We played three sets well but then Dynamo began to serve very strong. In the last two sets, they served well. They caused us a lot of troubles I have to admit. Young Kazan players are very good, especially Kadochkina. She is young, a team player with a great fighting spirit,” says Eczacibasi’s coach Marco Motta.

Dinamo Kazan have a 1-2 score while Eczacibasi are very close to clinching the playoff spot with a 3-0 score.

 

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