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WL: Shiipulin shouts – “Voronkov has to leave! Alekno should replace him!”

by WoV

Gennadiy Shiipulin, head coach of Belogorie Belgorod and one of the best Russian coaches, expressed his disappointed about the results of Russia in the World League 2015.




Shiipulin has publicly criticized work of Andrey Voronkov, the current head coach of Russia, and added that he should immediately resign from that position.

“Russia has lost ten games in a row! That has never happened in volleyball! Players do not want to work with this coaching staff, with Voronkov. This was obvious even before this tournament. Voronkov has to leave if he has at least a little respect to his colleagues and if he loves Russia and volleyball. Because you can not make fools out of people. I do not know who is commanding this team, head coach or someone else? Everyone is talking about the absence of Muserskiy. Russia does not depend only on one player. We have won games without Muserskiy. Let the coach bring new Muserskiy and Tetyukhin. This is all a shame. We are all hurt and offended” said Shiipulin for R-Sport and added one interesting detail.

Who should replace Voronkov? Vladimir Alekno (head coach of Zenit Kazan) is the ideal candidate” concluded Shiipulin.

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BlueRedWhite June 28, 2015 - 1:09 pm

So true , no more talks

Lee June 28, 2015 - 5:22 pm

Totally agree. I think Shiipulin is also an excellent candidate too.

Yanick June 28, 2015 - 5:40 pm

And wher is the difference in women’s team. Russia needs a better coach, than Marichev is? He is also, out of modern volleyball.

freemystic June 29, 2015 - 9:08 am

Alekno might be called on to coach the national team again even if he’s inclined to turn down the offer. It’s already the Olympic Cycle Year and Russia needs to beef up its training whether Muserskiy or Mikaylov is there or not.


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