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Head coach of Iran furious with Mirzajanpour: „Why are you smiling?! Cry!“ (VIDEO)

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Iran was unrecognizable in Round 5 against Russia. For a coach is devastating when his players aren’t focused or even worse, when they are feeling relaxed on the court at the wrong moment...


IRN vs. RUS, time out

Iranian players will have to watch their behavior in future after this outburst from their head coach!Serbian Slobodan Kovač doesn’t allow indiscipline on the court, especially at moments when losing… Don’t you dare to smile again, Mirzajanpour!Video source: Volleyball Worldwide/Youtube

Posted by Worldofvolley on Sunday, September 13, 2015

Iran was slipping to a loss in the second set, the errors of its players occured in a row, but instead to be nervous about it, they were smiling!

Serbian head coach on Iranian bench Slobodan Kovač was furious on his proteges, especially on Mojtaba Mirzajanpour after one of his spikes. He called time-out at 16-22 in Set 2 and shouted.

„What are you f…… smiling about?! We are losing set and he’s smiling! We should cry, not smile!“ Kovač yelled.


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BlueReDWHITE September 13, 2015 - 4:08 pm

hey Iranian guys here what do you think about Kovac as Iran NT coach? Iran should do what Russia did and bring a new coach , Honestly Iran potentially is among top 5 teams in the world many talented players which even for example Russia lacks in some position like outside hitters but not a good person to lead this talented players

Ali September 13, 2015 - 4:39 pm

Blueredwhite: In Iran everyone speak about that. I am agree

carollae September 13, 2015 - 5:48 pm

I think, that Kovac is a very good coach, the problem is in the players, in their approach to the game.

Axe September 14, 2015 - 11:06 pm

The problem is if the player understood what the coach wanted to tell him in that time-out….


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