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  • "rodscanhoto" is male
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Friday, November 6th 2015, 2:21pm

Russian NT 2016

My Rússia NT 2016 - Olympic Qualification - Jan/2016


S - Startseva - Kosianenko

MB - Shlyakhovaya - Morozova - Zaryazhko - Best trio MB - (NO Orlova, Lyubushkina and Fetisova)

OH - Kosheleva - Scherban - Sokolova - Ilchenko - (NO Pasynkova).

OP - Goncharova - Gamova - (NO Malykh - She is young, will have many years ahead with the Russian team).

L - Malova - (NO Kryuchkova, not necessary).

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Friday, November 6th 2015, 2:27pm

I say we also bring back Artamonova, Godina, Tebenikhina and why not, even Kirillova.

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Friday, November 6th 2015, 2:37pm

And wouldn't a mother-daughter couple in NT be nice? Irina + Ksenia Ilchenko...

In other words: :!: NO :!: to Sokolova in NT!!!

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Friday, November 6th 2015, 2:42pm

Oh please, no Sokolova anymore. She's already done as player, I hope she will focus on her son more than volleyball now.

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Friday, November 6th 2015, 2:58pm

Has Sokolova still Fiance?

I remember that for Him She did bigger balloons ?
Prediction Game:


Gold Medals - 14

Silver Medals - 12

Bronze Medals - 9


Overall: 35


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Friday, November 6th 2015, 3:12pm

Sokolova played in Atlanta-96 with Kosianenko's and Ilchenko's mother and now she is rumored to play Rio-16 with theirs daughters. :white:

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Friday, November 6th 2015, 3:17pm

lol

That would be Her 6th Olympics.
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Friday, November 6th 2015, 4:00pm

I was happy to see Fofao or Scott Arruda in the olympic games in 2008 and 2012 or both, obviously they gave great contribution to the team and lead younger teammates very well, but Lyuba is just another story, she simply can't help the team anymore. I don't know if you have seen her recent performance in Krasnodar, she definitely is playing without any big motivation, only for money apparently.

However yes, she will want to play in Rio even in a wheelchair.

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Friday, November 6th 2015, 4:47pm

Haven't seen Lyuba play in her recent games, could she really be that bad as what you guys claim? If we were only to take 3 OHs to Rio (Kosheleva and a healthy Scherban is almost in), would you guys prefer to see Pasynkova and/or Ilchenko over Sokolova? Regarding the MBs, Zaryazkho would surely take the 1st spot after her great performance during EC, and maybe Fetisova will be second. Lyubushkinha has served her purpose during the WGP & WC, but I no longer want to see her in NT now that Zaryazkho returned (and Orlova is definitely out of the picture). Can't vouch how healthy Morozova/Shlyakhovaya currently is, but I will take no offense in taking either of them. Goncharova of course will be the 1st OPP no question about that, but if Gamova is not ready to play as her backup, I am leaning more towards Isaeva than Malykh as backup OPP.

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Friday, November 6th 2015, 5:14pm

As in 2011, where Sokolova was not playing a high-level volleyball, many people told us that she had to leave the national Russian team, and when she returned at the London Olympic Games in 2012, she scored about 20 points against Brazil. Sokolova is a player who knows how to play at the time that the team most needs it.

I believe that in time, it can make great games. Scherban and Ilchenko are the successors of Sokolova but they will go to his first Olympics, I think we still need to give signs of maturity.

Marichev gave a chance this young selection show which is great, however, Obmochaeva, Scherban, Kosianenko ... failed against Serbia, China ... and not ranked Russia to the Olympics. I believe that for the tournament in January, it calls the Gamova and Sokolova experience.

You can not open players hand as well. The adrenaline, tension and atmosphere in the Olympic Games is unlike any other competition. You must play maturity. Big teams have been very bad, because this competition is unlike any other in the world.

Fetisova will be the big surprise in my opinion.

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Friday, November 6th 2015, 5:20pm

Yeah but did Russia win anything in 2012 Olympics with Sokolova? No they did not...and now she is nearly 40, hardly jumping anymore. Experience alone can't make up for everything on highest level. I'd rather have a young and hungry player there instead.

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Saturday, November 7th 2015, 10:36am

Yes they lost against Serbia and China but they didn't have one more good MB and Fetisova. Fetisova started to play very good on ECH and i think that she can be even better in Rio.

Why would you call Gamova when you have Obmochaeva ?? I don't think that Gamova would be happy to be second OPP.

And Wd don't need to talk how good Scherban was on WC.

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Saturday, November 7th 2015, 11:08am

Sokolova was playing pretty good in 2011-2012 club season, she was much much better than her current shape.

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Saturday, November 7th 2015, 1:42pm

Stats regarding Russian Outside Hitters so far this season in Russian Superleague: (after 5 played games)

POINTS

Yulia Bessonaya (Krasnoyarsk) 77 pts.
Anna Makarova (Proton Saratov) 70 pts. (Only 4 games)
Irina Voronkova (Zarechiye) 68 pts.
Olga Efimova (Omsk) 68 pts. (Born 1997)
Yuliya Kutyakova (Leningradka) 65 pts.
Olessia Nikolaeva (Omsk) 63 pts.
Ksenia Ilchenko (Ekaterinburg) 53 pts. (Only 4 games)
Maria Samoilova (Leningradka) 51 pts.
Alina Yarosik (Zarechiye) 49 pts.
Daria Evtuhova (Uralochka Ekaterinburg) 45 pts. (Only 4 games)
Margarita Kurilo (Proton Saratov) 40 pts. (Only 4 games)
Liubov Sokolova (Krasnodar) 39 pts.

HITTING PERECENTAGE % (% of attacks killed provided with at least 75 sets)

Anna Makarova (57%)
Ksenia Ilchenko (51%)
Yulia Kutyukova (47%)
Yulia Bessonaya (44%)
Daria Evtuhova (41%)
Margarita Kurilo (40%)
Olga Efimova (40%)
Maria Samoilova (39%)
Irina Voronkova (38%)
Alina Yarosik (37%)
Anastasia Markova (36%)
Liuba Sokolova (36%)
Ekaterina Petrova (Leningradka) (34%) (OH/OPP)
Ekaterina Gromova (Voronezh) 29%
Svetlana Sukhoverkhova (Voronezh) 26%

Valeria Safonova (Omsk) 23%

RECEPTION (at least 70 receptions)

Yuliya Bessonaya (Krasnoyarsk) 58%
Daria Evtuhova (Uralochka) 56%
Svetlana Sukhoverkhova (Voronezh) 55%

Ksenia Ilchenko (Uralochka) 53%
Alina Yarosik (Zarechiye Odintsovo) 53%
Irina Voronkova (Zarechiye Odintsovo) 50%
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Tatiana Kosheleva (40%)
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Sokolova 65 receptions, 57%
Margarita Kurilo 52 receptions, 54%
Yana Scherban 41 receptions, 51%
Yulia Kutyukova 59 receptions, 46%
Anastasia Bavykina, 63 receptions, 32% ( :white: )

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Saturday, November 7th 2015, 1:48pm

Natalia Goncharova and Natalia Malykh superior in terms of scoring overall. Goncharova with totally incredible 6.85 points/set so far in first four games. Malykh second with 5.61 pts/set. Daria Isaeva with 4.94 pts/set. Goncharova 51% in attack. Malykh 49%.

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Sunday, November 8th 2015, 2:48pm

Ilchenko is the Russian future.

Reception and atacker! :super:

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Sunday, November 8th 2015, 3:26pm

I guess that's why Bavykina lost her starting spot? bad percentage. Or is she injured?

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Wednesday, November 11th 2015, 1:40pm

Setter: Startseva, Kosianenko

OH: Kosheleva, Scherban, Pasynkova

OPP: Goncharova, Bavykina

MB: Fetisova, Zarachko, Lyubushkina

Libero: Malova

Russia doesnt have really good setters to choose right now so they are stuck with Startseva and Kosianenko. Kosianenko is pretty ok but Startseva is just so-so. Among the OHs Pasynkova is most likely the one to be replaced by Kutyukova or Ilchenko since FD is a focused for the team right now. Lyubushkina is a team player. She gets her job done but doesnt do anything exceptional. She can easily be replaced by Morozova or Shlyakhovaya depends who will recover from their injuries faster. Bavykina is a future scoring machine for russia. Her FD is pretty weak but very good attacker. She can play OH2 if needed. Im afraid Gamova or Sokolova will be in the line up but hopefully it will be Gamova.

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Wednesday, November 11th 2015, 2:27pm

Why would you even talk about Gamova? She hasn't played in months. We have no idea if and how she will come back. She might be an option for middle blocker...

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Wednesday, November 11th 2015, 2:35pm

Pasynkova can no longer play for the selection of Russia. Their reception was his strong point and in recent times is very bad, and well below the average.
His attack was always very weak, she has no power and does not jump very high. Russia has always had strikers who jumped too high and had very strong arm, Artamonova, Godina, Gamova, Sokolova.

The new generation is Kosheleva, Obmochaeva ... but good defense and good reception, Scherban 26 and Ilchenko with 20 years is the great reality. Pasynkova seems to be powerless in every game.

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