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POL M: Indykpol AZS Olsztyn – PGE Skra Belchatow impressions

by WoV
source: plusliga.pl

PGE Skra Belchatow volleyball players dominated in Olsztyn, winning 3-1. The hosts managed to win the third set when late Jacek Nawrocki players were poor in attacks. Read more about latest volleyball news, games reports, and statistics on WorldofVolley.


Indykpol-PGE Skra

At the post-match conference the participants said:

Guillermo Hernan (Indykpol AZS Olsztyn captain): “Congratulations to the Belchatow. I think that today we can not be satisfied with the result, but the game that showed on the field was satisfacted. We tried to fight for every point, I think it was a big positive. The more that rival on the other side of the net was dangerous. Now we will try to prepare for the next match. We will try to play at a high level and compete in the next matches, as in this”.

Mariusz Wlazły (PGE Skra Belchatow captain): “We are pleased with the victory, it is very important to us. We know that the game is pretty hard, and here the enemy is here quite demanding. I would like to commend the audience. Hall was filled to capacity. With these fans it was a great game”.

Radoslaw Panas (AZS Olsztyn Indykpol coach): “First of all congratulations on the victory and good match for the guests. We plays very well, the pressures exerted on us, then of course this is a good game. These first two sets very successful, but the third not so well. I do not think we brought shame and the audience witch was delighted. Audience somewhere remained unsatisfied, because maybe they were hoping somewhere we take some points. But the team showed class and Belchatow defeated us”.

Jacek Nawrocki (PGE Skra Belchatow coach): “As Mariusz said it was a difficult meeting. We played all the matches in the Polish league is very difficult. We need to work hard to export points from anywhere in the win at home. Climate fantastic, the audience was good. We are pleased that we have three points”.

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