18. 03. 2014

TUR W: Kim Yeon-Koung suffered minor injury

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It is not anything serious, but Korean superstar will probably miss Thursday's game against Eczacibasi.


Kim Yeon-Koung has broken toenail. The injury is painful, but luckily does not require pause. Nevertheless, coach Abbondanza does not want to risk anything and will give Korean player rest in the last round of Turkish Championship.

It means than Kim will have to wait little longer for her 100th game in Fenerbahce jersey. She is on 99 at the moment. 

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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!

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If sets had 15 or 11 points, they cared from first point, and didn't cause spectators to sleep. Reply

FIVB, change the rule, please!

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