09. 10. 2019

NED W: These two coaches are candidates to replace Morrison!

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After parting the ways with the head coach Jamie Morrison, the Dutch women's national team is making everything to find his replacement.


According to our source, there are two candidates for the hot seat of the Dutch women's national team.

The first one is the Turkish volleyball coach Ferhat Akbas, who is currently coaching Chemik Police. Also, he was gathering experience in the Japanese Women's volleyball team as a part of the coaching staff.

The second name is Daniele Santarelli, the current head coach of the Italian powerhouse Imoco Volley Conegliano. 

The officials of the Dutch Volleyball Federation are considering these two names and they will decide in the upcoming days. 

Recall that a few days ago, they parted ways with coach Jamie Morrison who failed to achieve some important goals such as reaching the Olympic Games and medal at the EuroVolley 2019.



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3 Comments about "NED W: These two coaches are candidates to replace Morrison!"

10.10.2019 | 00:32 |   - [unregistered]

I would choose Santarelli. Good coach and he can show emotions, something the Dutch team needs. Especially in the long run he could be a good coach. For qualification tournament in January I would go for a more experienced coach, as Caprara

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10.10.2019 | 15:36 |   manon [unregistered]

Why look outside when you have Avital Selinger in house. I dont understand!!

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12.10.2019 | 05:12 |   hf [unregistered]

as a turkish fan i hope they d never prefer akbas, the former turkish nt coach and assistant coach in vakif,he knows guidetti s system and turkish players well.considering netherlands is the most serious opponent in olympic qualification for us he might be dangerous. all other coaches ok.

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