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Friday, March 17th 2017, 2:58pm

Rússia NT 2017

Russia's National Volleyball Council has released the expanded roster of players called up for the national team in 2017. Many young players, tall, and of course, many experienced returning.
It is worth mentioning that this list is made by the board, which after reaching all possible names, sends the same list to the current coach of the selection, Vladimir Kuzyutkin, and his coach Konstantin Ushakov, so that DESSES NOMES, make the necessary cuts and arrive To a group of 16 players to work in international competitions. So, of course, this is not the final list, there will be cuts.

Setters:

Evgeniya Startseva - 1,85 - 28 years.
Marina Babeshina - 1,81 - 32 years.
Irina Filishtinskaya - 1,70 - 26 years.
Ekaterina Pankova - 1,78 - 26 years.
Tatiana Romanova - 1,78 - 22 years.

Middle Blockers:

Anastasia Shlyakhovaya - 1,92 - 26 years.
Irina Zaryazhko - 1,96 - 25 years.
Irina Fetisova - 1,90 - 22 years.
Ekaterina Orlova - 1,93 - 30 years.
Ekaterina Efimova - 1,92 - 23 years.
Ekaterina Evdokimova - 1,90 - 22 years.
Ekaterina Lyubushkina - 1,88 - 26 years.
Angelina Lazarenko - 1,93 - 19 years.

Outside Hitters:

Yana Scherban – 1,85 – 28 years.
Tatiana Kosheleva – 1,91 – 29 yearrs.
Kseniia Ilchenko – 1,83 – 22 years.
Olha Biryukova – 1,94 – 22 years.
Irina Voronkova – 1,94 – 21 years.
Iuliia Kutiukova – 1,83 – 28 years.
Angelina Sperskayte – 1,87 – 19 years.
Maria Frolova – 1,85 – 30 years.
Victoriia Russu – 1,94 – 19 years.

Opposittes:

Nataliia Goncharova – 1,96 – 28 years.
Daria Malygina – 2,02 – 22 years.
Anna Lazareva – 1,90 – 19 years.
Maria Volkova – 1,92 – 22 years

Líberos:

Anna Malova – 1,75 – 26 yeas.
Ekaterina Ulanova – 1,72 – 31 years.
Alla Galkina – 1,78 – 24 years.

http://russiavolley.ru/kto-zhe-popal-v-z…-rassuzhdeniya/

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Favourite Players: W: Nataliya Goncharova, Irina Fetisova, Tatiana Kosheleva, Evgeniya Startseva, Stefana Veljkovic, Maja Ognejovic, Saori Kimura, Thaisa Menesez M: Maxim Mikhaylov

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Monday, March 20th 2017, 11:36pm

Does Russia have new, promising OHs? I only know of Voronkova do we know of other bright young things? Looking back, Kosheleva was really special in her generation. How old was she when she won Best Spiker in WCH 10? From what I see, this new Russian generation doesn't have a stand out player the likes of Kosheleva or even Goncharova (and even Natasha reached her peak a few years later).

Lazarenko is definitely the biggest thing to come out of Russia's new MBs. From the few games I watched her play, she is not your typical slow, Russian MB. Athletic and very good both in attack and block. She and Zaryazkho could very well be the MB starters Russia needs.The biggest question I think now in NT (aside from main setter) is who would be second opp. It's surprising Malkyh's name is not on the list, as well as Stolyarova. Surely both are better than Malygina right now.

Lastly, I think Pankova's days as main setter for NT are numbered. Even in Moscow, she is regularly switched with Vetrova in most of their matches. The one thing she has on her side is that she is both younger than Startseva (not by much) and of course Babeshina. Speaking of Babeshina, I would love for her to come back in the NT. I think she is a great setter, but I think her style of play is wasted in NT with slow high balls. With Kuzyutkin back in the helm, it will be interesting if he will have a predilection for Startseva as main setter.

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Favourite Team: Rússia NT, USA NT, Brazil NT, Itália NT.

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Tuesday, March 21st 2017, 4:09pm

- Kosheleva and Goncharova will not play the Grand Prix.

- Ekaterina Pankova, Anastasia Samoilenko, Irina Voronkova and Natalya Malykh are out.

- The setters are Startseva, Vetrova, Romanova and Filshtinskaya.

""Once I gave a chance to very young players like Kosheleva and Goncharova." During the three years of our work together, I did not express any censorship - that they tried to get on the team with a lot of work. The same thing happened in 2009, when I took over the national team after the failure in the Olympic Games of As a result, in 2010, we became world champions. "

https://www.championat.com/volleyball/ar…h-na-sezon.html

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Favourite Team: Russian NT, Serbia NT

Favourite Players: W: Nataliya Goncharova, Irina Fetisova, Tatiana Kosheleva, Evgeniya Startseva, Stefana Veljkovic, Maja Ognejovic, Saori Kimura, Thaisa Menesez M: Maxim Mikhaylov

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Tuesday, March 21st 2017, 6:54pm

- Kosheleva and Goncharova will not play the Grand Prix.

- Ekaterina Pankova, Anastasia Samoilenko, Irina Voronkova and Natalya Malykh are out.

- The setters are Startseva, Vetrova, Romanova and Filshtinskaya.

""Once I gave a chance to very young players like Kosheleva and Goncharova." During the three years of our work together, I did not express any censorship - that they tried to get on the team with a lot of work. The same thing happened in 2009, when I took over the national team after the failure in the Olympic Games of As a result, in 2010, we became world champions. "

https://www.championat.com/volleyball/ar…h-na-sezon.html
@canhotorodrigo Thanks for the update! So my hunch was right all along. Koshe and Goncha will only play in the most important tournaments this year: WCH qualies in May, Yeltsin Cup (?) and most likely will return for EuroVolley 17. Seems like Russia will field mostly a new and young team for the GP.

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