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FIVB decided: Rezende on trial

by WoV
source: globoesporte.globo.com

“It is time to investigate the case about the head coach of Brazilian national team Bernardo Rezende. We are going to trial” says the president Ary Graca

Ary Graca

Ary Graca

The statute and the code of FIVB are clear. You can’t speak under any circumstances against FIVB, especially in public. Right now we are collecting evidences and after that, he will be prosecuted

During the World Championship in Poland Rezende criticized the FIVB, saying that they had some unacceptable decisions, like putting a reporter right behind his team’s bench.

There were so many ugly things at this tournament…So many low blows” said Rezende after the final game against Poland.


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Axe October 6, 2014 - 11:28 am

Is it because of Rezende who first reported financial corruption scandal in Brasil between Banco do Brasil and Ary Graca??? And this is his revenge? Ehat happened till the end about this? Somebody knows something?

Marco Leites October 6, 2014 - 6:25 pm

Mr Graca forgot that for many years Bernadinho carried out the brazilians on his back giving prestige to the Brazilian Volleyball Federation that Ary Graca was the president, spreading his name for the volleyball world…… it will be the same that has happened to the Brazilian Football Federation leaving a mess behind and corruption everywhere. What a shame Mr Graca ! Pay Back time…….

Martin Stallmaier October 9, 2014 - 8:51 am

Who are you FIVB to stand over national law ?
Stop this dictatorial behavior, it is antiquated !
You will lose the last drop of confidence !
If you don’t like my statement – please call my lawyer !
Stop acting – Start thinking !

George Vishegonov October 10, 2014 - 1:01 am

Have you heard about freedom of speech, Mr. Graca. ‘going to trial’ for what? That some one expres it’s opinion. This is too much, hope that FIVB will hold it’s horses.


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