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Who is giant in WoV Poll who became 2nd best blocker of Group 1?

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source: Photo: Robert Pozo/dailytelegraph.com.au

We all know what Iranian middle blocker Seyed Mousavi can do, but one player was so close to him in the 2015 FIVB World League and he’s not coming from Poland or Brazil or Italy...

Nehemiah Mote

Nehemiah Mote

A 2.04m tall Australian giant Nehemiah Mote was the best blocker in Pool A and second best in Group 1, just behind Mousavi!

According to statistics from FIVB, he has scored 22 points from the block (0.51 per set) and it was quite enough for his national team to survive in Group 1.

If you are, like Mote, ranked second among the players with much more experience such as Maxwell Holt, Marko Podraščanin or Piotr Nowakowski, you deserve to be in the competition for Dream Team of the 2015 World League.

If you want to create your DREAM TEAM, vote in our POLL for Mote or some other player among 40 candidates on all positions.


Check out VIDEOS from the 2015 World League including games in which Mote has played.


To see standings, more reports, stats and videos from this competition click on World League 2015.

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TeamMelli July 14, 2015 - 11:23 pm

Just to remind about Seyed
2013 WL : 47 Stuff blocks avg 1.15 per set
2013 GRAND CHAMPIONS CUP : 13 stuff blocks avg 0.65
2014 WL : 48 Stuff blocks avg 0.84
2014 WCH : 47 stuff blocks (he was injured and asked the Iran federation not to go to Poland ) Karol Klos + Marcus Bohme= 57 blocks only 10 more than Seyed and they both played one more match and were awarded the best blockers.
2015 WL : 30 Stuff blocks avg 0.65 per set (he was injured the whole tournament and was advised not to play by the doctor). total 185 stuff blocks in 5 major FIVB competition in nearly 50 matches in last years. wish to see him in Serie A this year

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