Prostejov will defend last year’s league gold. With their coach Miroslav Cada they won the Czech league and Czech-Slovak Cup. Although the club has changed during the past season, his philosophy is to focus on the education of young players, this year they will be the main candidates to gain league title.
VK Agel Prostejov left nine players (Sarka Kubinova, Monika Smak, Michaela Monzon, Vesna Jovanovic, Helena Horka, Anna Velikiy, Tatiana Artmenko, Darina Košická, Sanja Popovic), nine new stars have come. The club hired two promising Czech national players Andrea Kossányiova from Olymp Praha and Pavla Vincourová of VK KP Brno.
From Brno also came Sarka Melichárková, which, however, in the preparation seriously injured and will not play for six months, from the German Bundesliga returning Michaela Jelínková. Coming from Brazil Juliana Gomes and Flavia Assis, also came Bulgarian women Marina Miletic and Tsvetlina Zarkova and the German national team Saskia Hippe.The team remain the Slovak national team Solange Soares and Veronika Hrončeková, and Czech Markéta Chlumská. The team continues to lead the experienced coaching duo Miroslav Cada with Lubomir Petras.
VK Agel Prostějov no longer just shows the quality Czech volleyball in the adult category, youth teams under the guidance of coach Slavko Mateja established themselves in the last few years and some of the players are successfully played for the youth national team.
When asked what goals has club next season, team manager Peter Gogh did not hesitate even for a moment. “The Czech team want to win again, we want to win the title in the league, get Czech and Czech-Slovak Cup. In the Champions League we want to take every point,” explains Peter Gogh.
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