01. 08. 2019

POL M: Heynen crosses out 2019 VNL Final Six standout Bednorz from final list for Tokyo Qualifiers

Source: sportowefakty.wp.pl; Photo: volleyball.world

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Poland Men’s Volleyball national team head coach Vital Heynen crossed out 2 players from the preliminary list and announced the final list of players that will compete in the Olympic qualification in Gdańsk (August 9-11).

 

After sparring games against Belgium and the Netherlands, Heynen decided to cross out one outside hitter and one middle blocker: Bartosz Bednorz and Jakub Kochanowski.

Whilst the decision not to take Kochanowski to the qualifications was not such a surprise knowing the fierce competition that he had on his position in the national team, the deletion of Bednorz was a bit shocking. A 25-year-old player was the leader of Poland during the Final Six of the 2019 FIVB Nations League in Chicago.

The newly formed composition of Poland national team will play the Wagner Memorial in the next couple of days prior to the qualifications for the 2020 Olympic Games.

Setters: Fabian Drzyzga, Grzegorz Łomacz.

Opposite hitters: Dawid Konarski, Maciej Muzaj.

Middle blockers: Piotr Nowakowski, Mateusz Bieniek, Karol Kłos.

Outside hitters: Wilfredo León, Michał Kubiak, Bartosz Kwolek, Aleksander Śliwka, Artur Szalpuk.

Liberos: Paweł Zatorski, Damian Wojtaszek.

 

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has serbia ever had a 3rd team?:D
serbia began all vnl and former grand prix tournaments with a-teams. they have 3 recent g. prix bronzes. In 2018 vnl, again they began with boskovic, mikailovic,veljkovic, popovic, rasic etc. went to finals in china but lost against turkey and usa and went home.In 2019 vnl again they began with top guns boskovic, mikailovic,veljkovic etc. in 1st week. actually their rivals, the turks again,came with their 2nd team ie. without veterans but with youngsters ozbay,karakurt, gunes,baladin etc. and swept serbs by 3-0 and this match had to disappoint terzic too much and he continued vnl with bench players and lost almost all remaining games. videos are everywhere in youtube, just watch them.

for better rankings, you need to compete in all tournaments, but unfortunately only great countries like china, usa with great human resources, great capacities can afford it.

or despite winning 'big' tournaments,you must be contented with your 6th position, because only the points you won do matter. Reply

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VNL must be an event that helps new players gain experience so that they can later join their country's first team. Serbia has always participated with its 2nd or 3rd team. The big tournaments are the Olympics Games, the World Championships and the continental championships. No one remembers who won the vnl. Ask a player to answer please. All for money fivb!!! Reply

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Serbian women had poor results in 2019 vnl (5W-10L) which has cost them to drop the 6th place.

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