10. 03. 2020

CL M: Zaksa vs. Kuzbass will be played behind closed doors

Source: zaksa.pl; Photo: cev.eu

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In connection with the prevention against the spread of the coronavirus in Europe, Poland’s Zaksa Kędzierzyn-Koźle decided to host Russia’s Kuzbass Kemerovo without spectators.


The Polish titleholders Zaksa complied with the recommendations of the Silesia region (in which they are located) regarding the organization of mass events and decided to hold the rematch of the 2020 CEV Men’s Volleyball Champions League against Kuzbass behind closed doors. The encounter will take place as scheduled, on March 11 at 18:00 with the approval of the European Volleyball Confederation (CEV).

Zaksa kindly asked fans, who were about to support them in the hall, to understand the situation. The money for the tickets they purchased will be refunded.



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All this because volleyball is not e real professional sport and many clubs are managed with people with (almost) zero experience and knowledge in volleyball. And they manage money from state companies or government directly. Do not expect that that people will think differently. That is why volleyball will never move to another level and will always have some small “make up” in the future Reply

POL M: Young Australian coach Reynolds will command Jastrzębski next season

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POL M: Young Australian coach Reynolds will command Jastrzębski next season

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