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Tuesday, September 12th 2017, 10:10pm

I'm wonderling about Russian defence system,
When Goncharova and Frolova are in back row, Goncharova is on position 6 and Frolova is on position 1.

If my memory serves me correctly, Goncharova always stay position 1 in Moscow.
Yes I noticed this as well (and Kosheleva will be in position 6) in the past.. maybe they changed the rotation? And Goncharova hits MUCH better through 1 than 6 due to her goofy approach.


Well it might be because Russia's block is quite strong and tall, so zone 6 is covered by it.. Of course strong attackers can hit high hands and the ball can rebounce there, but the chances of getting blocked are much higher.. And in zone 1 there are tips, roll shots which Goncharova will pick up much harder

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Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 5:18pm

Russia will lead Ushakov on the European Championship as a coach. Kuzyutkin is no longer with the team, his new role should be a consultant.

The Russian Volleyball Association admitted that it had made a mistake with Kuzyutkin.

This has not been posted anywhere, I learned it from my source.

83

Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 6:18pm

Russia will lead Ushakov on the European Championship as a coach. Kuzyutkin is no longer with the team, his new role should be a consultant.

The Russian Volleyball Association admitted that it had made a mistake with Kuzyutkin.

This has not been posted anywhere, I learned it from my source.


I called it right away that he was not the right coach for them. He`s old and super old school besides of being delusional by thinking Frolova should be a starting player. But I guess Russia is somehow stuck with her for the ECH because Kuzyutkin wasted the GP and WCC with her instead of using Voronkova and Parubets.

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Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 6:55pm

Russia will lead Ushakov on the European Championship as a coach. Kuzyutkin is no longer with the team, his new role should be a consultant.

The Russian Volleyball Association admitted that it had made a mistake with Kuzyutkin.

This has not been posted anywhere, I learned it from my source.


This hasn't been posted anywhere apart from four major Rus sports sites, about five hours prior to your post. :)
They're trying to wrap this up nicely, as if they originally planned to do this rotation but I agree with the opinion that they're disappointed with Kuzyutkin (alternatively, something funny could have happened at the Cup, behind the scenes). Ushakov is mystery at the moment: three or even two years go he was a poor coach of an excellent roster at Krasnodar, however he's still a young coach so things could have improved since then. The biggest puzzle is that they didn't appoint Pankov instead, who's essentially got all what's needed for coaching. I may assume that this is linked to some kind of politics but his daughter seems to be in the roster, so shouldn't be a problem.

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Thursday, September 21st 2017, 11:08am

Ushakov is clearly better than Kuzyutkin. Pankov would have been even the better move but ok.
The idea of using Frolova was not that bad. She is the best receiving OH and the best choice if Russia only receives with 2 players. As long as Kosheleva plays OH and Shcherban not in top form, Frolova seems to be the best option...

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Friday, September 22nd 2017, 12:52pm

Isn't it a bit too risky to change coach so close to ECH?

87

Friday, September 22nd 2017, 4:20pm

Isn't it a bit too risky to change coach so close to ECH?
And he is a bad coach so i don't expect much from him

88

Friday, September 22nd 2017, 8:49pm

Isn't it a bit too risky to change coach so close to ECH?


... but nevertheless keep the old (sacked?) coach with the team, sitting on the bench with an angry face?

I don't think "risky" is the right word for that as I sense things are a bit complex over there. I agree that Ushakov hasn't proved he could manage a decent level team as he was, frankly speaking, pretty poor with Krasnodar. He definitely has lots of friends in the Federation... or possibly they're considering more distant goals. It is also unclear how good physically the team is. In the first game, the reception was way better than it usually is but the attack was at times very erratic and teh setting wasn't very stable too.

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Saturday, September 30th 2017, 10:51am

Russia has had always star players
they have had rare talents such as Artamanova,Sokolova,Gamova,Koseleva,Goncharova etc (these are who i know about)

now after Kosheleva-Goncharova duo..is there anyone in Russia who can undertake that role ?

maybe Russia will be the team of "good" players after Kosha-Goncha era and play more like a team with Voronkova,Parubets etc..

what do you think about it ?
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Saturday, September 30th 2017, 5:47pm

Rússia 2018

S: Startseva - Babeshina
OH: Kosheleva - Ilchenko - Voronkova
OPP: Goncharova - Lazareva - Malygina
MB - Fetisova - Zaryazhko - Efimova - Evdokimova - Lazarenko
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Saturday, September 30th 2017, 6:38pm

Quoted

"It's always difficult to give comments after the defeat, especially when the team is beaten on all fronts. In fact, we repeated 2011 - the same game and the same defeat. The team is going through a difficult period: changing the composition of the team, changing the head coach. We have done a great job in this situation! And it's pity that our game this time did not bring result. On behalf of all players of the National team, I want to tell to all the "knowledgeable" volleyball experts to be tactful and responsible in their statements" said Tatiana Kosheleva for R-Sport.


http://www.worldofvolley.com/News/Latest…ame-defeat.html

This definitely screams like the situation when Kuzyutkin insulted Natalia Malykh.

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Saturday, September 30th 2017, 6:44pm

Quoted

"It's always difficult to give comments after the defeat, especially when the team is beaten on all fronts. In fact, we repeated 2011 - the same game and the same defeat. The team is going through a difficult period: changing the composition of the team, changing the head coach. We have done a great job in this situation! And it's pity that our game this time did not bring result. On behalf of all players of the National team, I want to tell to all the "knowledgeable" volleyball experts to be tactful and responsible in their statements" said Tatiana Kosheleva for R-Sport.
http://www.worldofvolley.com/News/Latest…ame-defeat.html

This definitely screams like the situation when Kuzyutkin insulted Natalia Malykh.
Kosheleva is a f*cking class act. Nothing but respect for her.
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Wednesday, November 22nd 2017, 9:15pm

Zoran Terzic possible Russia women's NT coach in the future? Maybe after 2020 :wavy:

http://www.russiavolley.com/12303/zoran-…-in-the-future/

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Wednesday, November 22nd 2017, 9:47pm

Zoran Terzic possible Russia women's NT coach in the future? Maybe after 2020 :wavy:

http://www.russiavolley.com/12303/zoran-…-in-the-future/


I think he has a contract with Serbia but I wouldn't mind.

Zoran understands the problem of Russia with Serbia beating them in the olympics. He knows what must be done. I just don't like what he does... no inspirational changes...but no one can deny the work he's done with the reigning european champions.

I am also hearing Vadim Pankov applying for the job. That's going to be difficult for any foreign coach to break through. The Pankovs are powerful. I do not believe he can take them to promise land but the name can be something to consider with how well Odintsovo is playing right now but in a very weak league such as Russia's. The guy still has no credentials outside of russia though. The Russian Federation needs to think about that carefully.

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Wednesday, November 22nd 2017, 10:13pm

I am also hearing Vadim Pankov applying for the job. That's going to be difficult for any foreign coach to break through. The Pankovs are powerful. I do not believe he can take them to promise land but the name can be something to consider with how well Odintsovo is playing right now but in a very weak league such as Russia's. The guy still has no credentials outside of russia though. The Russian Federation needs to think about that carefully.
But with Vadim Pankov at the helm, her daughter, everyone's favorite-to-hate Pankova will be titular again :whistle:

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Wednesday, November 22nd 2017, 10:27pm

I am also hearing Vadim Pankov applying for the job. That's going to be difficult for any foreign coach to break through. The Pankovs are powerful. I do not believe he can take them to promise land but the name can be something to consider with how well Odintsovo is playing right now but in a very weak league such as Russia's. The guy still has no credentials outside of russia though. The Russian Federation needs to think about that carefully.
But with Vadim Pankov at the helm, her daughter, everyone's favorite-to-hate Pankova will be titular again :whistle:

If he wants her favorite setter in the roster then I am assuming he will have to stabilize Russia's broken reception. If he couldn't do it... Startseva will be needed more than ever. You can't have a setter who is slow running around trying to get those terribly passed balls. You need a taller and very athletic setter to do that. The longer the stride and the reach are all big advantages. It helps minimize the reception going over the other side,the receivers more confident with their ball handling and more able to adapt with the big pressure when a setter could get to the ball in time.

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