“We just won the World League so for this EuroVolley the morale is very high and our ambition is to keep our “European title”. There are good teams here. Poland play at home and for them that is a great advantage from different points of view. Also consider the Serbs and the Russians. I think there are four or five teams that have a huge chance to be the European champions in the end,” says Ngapeth.
Check out the rosters of all teams at the European Championship 2017.
The EuroVolley starts tomorrow by two games at 17:30 – Bulgaria vs. Russia and Estonia vs. Finland. At 20:30 in Warsaw, after the opening ceremony, Poland will face Serbia at the national stadium while at the same time Slovenia will meet Spain in Krakow.
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