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Monday, September 26th 2011, 5:15pm

But if De Cecco is better than Marlon that is better than Bruno.... :P
I think, that is great summary :lol:

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Monday, September 26th 2011, 5:27pm

hahha ... The summary is ok! :lol: But for me Marlon is not better than Bruno.

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Monday, September 26th 2011, 5:33pm

Well, after watching how incredibly well played Bruno in Modena, I have to agree with you. :)

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Monday, September 26th 2011, 5:34pm

hahha ... The summary is ok! :lol: But for me Marlon is not better than Bruno.
Well, I agree. Bruno is younger and he has whole future. Marlon is good as a second setter, he can always replace Bruno. Sometimes it happends, that Marlon is starting matches in first team, but it's not often. I think, that it's time to change something on setter's position. Coach must try Raphael again.

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Monday, September 26th 2011, 6:41pm

Well, after watching how incredibly well played Bruno in Modena, I have to agree with you. :)


Unfortunately, he's been unable to play in the NT as good as he does in the clubs. Must feel the pressure way too much.

In spite of Bruno playing little in this specific tournament, I think it's accurate to say De Cecco is a lot better than both brazilian setters at this point. Maybe Bruno will improve, though. Time is on his side.

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Monday, September 26th 2011, 9:49pm

Well, after watching how incredibly well played Bruno in Modena, I have to agree with you. :)


Unfortunately, he's been unable to play in the NT as good as he does in the clubs. Must feel the pressure way too much.

In spite of Bruno playing little in this specific tournament, I think it's accurate to say De Cecco is a lot better than both brazilian setters at this point. Maybe Bruno will improve, though. Time is on his side.

Do you think Luciano can be the next Ricardo?
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Monday, September 26th 2011, 10:08pm

I think he is really really good - defintly the best "new generation" setter - and young enough to become the next Ricardo.

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Monday, September 26th 2011, 10:43pm

I think he is really really good - defintly the best "new generation" setter - and young enough to become the next Ricardo.


For me it also depends greatly on the state of the form ...a year you can play great the next year will play worse .... only time to talk ... it is too early also to De Cecco..

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Tuesday, September 27th 2011, 3:04am

Well, after watching how incredibly well played Bruno in Modena, I have to agree with you. :)


Unfortunately, he's been unable to play in the NT as good as he does in the clubs. Must feel the pressure way too much.

In spite of Bruno playing little in this specific tournament, I think it's accurate to say De Cecco is a lot better than both brazilian setters at this point. Maybe Bruno will improve, though. Time is on his side.

Do you think Luciano can be the next Ricardo?


I think he is really really good - defintly the best "new generation" setter - and young enough to become the next Ricardo.


For me it also depends greatly on the state of the form ...a year you can play great the next year will play worse .... only time to talk ... it is too early also to De Cecco..


I think I'd agree with Emavolley. I think Luciano has the potential. I haven't followed his career so closely, but I remember he started a few years ago very solid, than his game slipped a bit and now, it seems since last year, and specially this year, he's been tremendous. But I remember Pierre Pujol also had a very good phase some time ago. And I wish some other brazilian guys would have shots to play at NT, but the only possibility I see, at this point, is after the OG.

Nonetheless, I think Luciano is in the right track. But these are big shoes to fill, we can't forget that. ;)

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Tuesday, September 27th 2011, 11:32am

bella the full match is on youtube if you want to watch it :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pla…d&v=JYs1VvGGqlY
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! :flower:


But for me Marlon is not better than Bruno.
I agree. And to be honest, I don't like Marlon.
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Tuesday, September 27th 2011, 12:36pm


But for me Marlon is not better than Bruno.
I agree. And to be honest, I don't like Marlon.
Poor Marlon :lol: ... but I think Bruno should go back to Italy or at least go away for a while from Brazil ....
I have seen him makes incredible plays in Modena that in the national team I've never seen it done ....
Brazil harm him serious health :lol:

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Tuesday, September 27th 2011, 4:32pm

well, after he played playoffs here he said he wants to come back... he was really impressed by Modena's people (for sure if he'd come here in Rome he wouldn't he thought the same haha). I hope he will so I'll have the chance to see him play live :)

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Tuesday, September 27th 2011, 7:01pm

well, after he played playoffs here he said he wants to come back... he was really impressed by Modena's people (for sure if he'd come here in Rome he wouldn't he thought the same haha). I hope he will so I'll have the chance to see him play live :)
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Tuesday, September 27th 2011, 10:08pm

volleyball is not really followed here in Roma... when there's the NT there are always a lot of people but not during SerieA... there are probably 1000 people (and Roma has 3millions inhabitants!) every match and very very quiet... -.-

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Tuesday, September 27th 2011, 10:38pm

volleyball is not really followed here in Roma... when there's the NT there are always a lot of people but not during SerieA... there are probably 1000 people (and Roma has 3millions inhabitants!) every match and very very quiet... -.-
In Modena volleyball is simply the life .... unfortunately is not a problem only in Rome .. in a few cities in Italy there is the culture of volleyball.
However, between Modena and Bruno j think there is a true love ... :lol: still the fans and the modena's players tell to Bruno the team practice and the results ... :lol: I laugh too much on facebook :lol: Ricardinho has been five years in Modena, but he never raised this affection. :heart:

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Tuesday, September 27th 2011, 11:14pm

volleyball is not really followed here in Roma... when there's the NT there are always a lot of people but not during SerieA... there are probably 1000 people (and Roma has 3millions inhabitants!) every match and very very quiet... -.-
In Modena volleyball is simply the life .... unfortunately is not a problem only in Rome .. in a few cities in Italy there is the culture of volleyball.
However, between Modena and Bruno j think there is a true love ... :lol: still the fans and the modena's players tell to Bruno the team practice and the results ... :lol: I laugh too much on facebook :lol: Ricardinho has been five years in Modena, but he never raised this affection. :heart:

Well, he is not very affectionate guy :set:
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https://www.mcgill.ca/files/pollak-lab/h…repi02vol11.pdf

We examined many dietary factors and found associations with several. However, the clearest findings in this study of healthy women were a positive association between intake of total energy and milk and circulating IGF-I levels.

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Wednesday, September 28th 2011, 12:56pm

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In Modena volleyball is simply the life .... unfortunately is not a problem only in Rome .. in a few cities in Italy there is the culture of volleyball.


I actually noticed that there are really few teams that have a bad public like we have.. last year we were the only team that went to see the team away one time, and it was in Latina which is really close to Roma... here almost all the time there were people that came to see their teams.. even from Trento which is not exactly close from here... the problem is that most of the teams in Serie A are teams of little cities, cities that have no big football team like we do, so people focus on other sports.
for the VDay here it was almost full of people coming from Trento and Cuneo.. both cities are like 10-11 hours of car away from here, but they came anyway and came back to their towns the same night.
probably Modena has one of the best public here but it's also true that we have the worse one ever :(

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