18. 08. 2019

TUR W: Comeback of Naz - she is ready for #EuroVolleyW

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Turkey attended the Gloria Volleyball Cup and one very familiar face was among the Turkish players.


The Turkish experienced setter Naz Aydemir Akyol celebrated her comeback to the court after giving birth to her son Pamir. She played her first competitive Volleyball match in a year when Turkey beat vice-world champions Italy in straight sets at the Gloria Cup.

#EuroVolleyW will be taking place between August 23 and September 8 across four countries – Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Turkey, with the eventual champions crowned at the iconic Ankara Sports Hall.

Turkey will be playing in Pool A, alongside with Bulgaria, France, Greece, Serbia and Finland.



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Because the VNL consists of teams that have been invited by the FIVB, rather than have truly qualified for it based on competitive criteria. These teams (e.g. Belgium & Slovenia with the men) would unjustifiedly lose a lot of points on the ranking because they didn't pay the FIVB enough to participate. on the other hand weak teams like South Korea would see their ranking go up just purely by participating.

In its current format the VNL is nothing but a worthless demonstration tournament of friendly games... :-(

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The results of the VNLs don't give the participating national teams any points for the FIVB rankings. Does anybody or WorldofVolley has any idea, why? Reply