25. 11. 2020

CL W: Polish clubs perfect on Day 2, Dinamo-Kazan disappoint again

Source: cev.eu; Photo: cev.eu

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Grupa Azoty Chemik Police achieved two wins from as many games in the pool stage of the 2021 Women’s Volleyball Champions League.


Poland’s Grupa Azoty Chemik Police weren’t scared of Russia’s Dinamo-Ak Bars Kazan, who are the biggest disappointment of the competition so far, and swept rivals on Day 2 of Pool E in Novara.

Chemik won the match without losing a set: 3-0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-18). Clearly, a good start of the competition yesterday has given quite enough self-confidence to the Police side who were led today in scoring by Serbia Jovana Brakočević-Canzian (16 points), in blocking by Agnieszka Kąkolewska (4), and in reception by Paulina Maj-Erwardt (87 %; 53 % excellent).

Igor Gorgonzola Novara celebrated a routine win against Czech’s VK UP Olomouc to reach a maximum of 6 points after two days. Dutch Nika Daalderop top-scored Novara with 13 points.

Poland’s ŁKS Commercecon Łódź emerged victoriously from a rollercoaster against Pool C hosts VC Maritza Plovdiv (3-2) mostly thanks to Aleksandra Wójcik (26 points; including 4 blocks) and the team’s blocking output (17).

In the same pool, Turkey’s VakifBank İstanbul (Swede Isabell Haak 17 points, Serbian Milena Rašić 4 blocks, American Michelle Bartsch-Hackley 75 % reception; 45 % excellent) recorded another straight-set win.

2021 Women’s Volleyball Champions League – today’s matches:





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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