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FIVB drops rule that forbids serve reception with “touch”

by WoV
source: melhordovolei.com.br

A controversial rule imposed by the FIVB in September 2012 will no longer be used. The rule forbid the reception of the serve with both hands making a ring and touching the ball simultaneously with the fingers. Eugenio George and Marcos Kwiek commented.


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Many coaches critisized the new rule, Cuban Volleyball Federation president Eugenio George thinks it affected the quality of the game: “Volleyball is becoming faster, and limiting the options goes against the quality of the game.

Marcos Kwiek, Dominican Republic‘s coach thinks this is a good decision: “I think this is very good. The chance wouldn’t be good for the game.

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