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WCH M: Hospital in Brazil, Murilo worries Rezende

by WoV
source: Photo: fivb.org

Bernardo Rezende is probably having a big headache before the start of the third phase of the World Championship.



The reason is that Brazilian coach still doesn’t know will he be able to count on three important players in crucial matches.

Wallace De Souza (sprained left ankle), Sidao (felt pain in the right knee) and Murilo Endres (pulled tendon) all picked up injuries in the game against Russia, and team doctor said that all of them are doubtful for the opening match of the third phase.

According to Brazilian media, Murilo Endres is in the worst position, as his injury is the most serious one. He missed the last training, while Wallace and Sidao are showing some improvement in recovery. 


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Axe September 15, 2014 - 6:46 pm

What did I write yesterday? More and more players will get injured due to a long games’ schedual during this WCH!!! You will see in the future… And just to remember: The FIBA basketball championship has started the same day like FIVB WCH and they have already finished yesterday!!!

dee jae September 16, 2014 - 2:40 am

i think they need to change format because alot of players are getting injured because of everyday match, and this players are playing in different clubs so their clubs are going to suffer after this tournament, i think they should start a early round 1 like early as feb then take some rest for a month then round 2 and then for a month again then round 3 until finals cause this players just went to the world league so expect alot of injuries


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