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Unsportsmanlike move by member of Turkish U18 women’s national team (VIDEO)

by WoV

Ebrar Karakurt is in the spotlight these days after her unsportsmanlike move during the game against Italy.

We would like to say that this behavior is inappropriate not only for this level (U18) but in volleyball at all. What would you do if you were coach of Turkey?

This girl is a bright future of the Turkish volleyball. Also, she has been among the best outside hitters at the World Championship U18 tournament.

 

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Tell the truth August 29, 2017 - 1:38 pm

Yes, this is an unsportsmanlike behavior. But, what about ıtalian players, especially Marina Lubian? She yelled at the Turkish side many times, and you are not saying anything about her?

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Robin August 29, 2017 - 4:48 pm

that’s how volleyball was 20 or 30 years ago – I actually kind of miss it but as a player you always have to behave according to the rules and respect your opponents – she got a card and also misfired several shots towards the end of that crazy set so revenge was quite fats for italians right away – good game though!!!

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Mohamed August 29, 2017 - 6:05 pm

This is how Cubans used to behave, there`s nothing wrong with it. It just makes it fun. She`s on her side of the net and she`s not hurting anyone. Just let her be who she is. Players like this makes it more fun.

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Tamer August 29, 2017 - 6:22 pm

What’s the big deal? Makes me laugh every time…Ebrar should own the copyright and call it ‘Ebrar Shake’.

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Julian August 30, 2017 - 2:44 am

Re: @Tamer
Best comment ever!

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