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Tuesday, December 5th 2017, 1:45pm

CEV Cup Men 2018

Schedule: http://www.cev.lu/Competition-Area/compe…D=1034&PID=1548

The competition will start this week.

For the upper half of the draw, Belgorod looks like the clear favourite, especially considering Resovia's latest performances. On first view, the lower half looks a bit more balanced with decent teams like Ziraat, Verona, Montpellier, United Volleys or even Neftochemik. Pretty tough first round battle between United Volleys and Montpellier and a nice compairison between french and german league :box:
never mess with your setter......

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Wednesday, December 6th 2017, 1:51pm

Schedule: http://www.cev.lu/Competition-Area/compe…D=1034&PID=1548

The competition will start this week.

For the upper half of the draw, Belgorod looks like the clear favourite, especially considering Resovia's latest performances. On first view, the lower half looks a bit more balanced with decent teams like Ziraat, Verona, Montpellier, United Volleys or even Neftochemik. Pretty tough first round battle between United Volleys and Montpellier and a nice compairison between french and german league :box:
Nah, that's a long shot. I even consider Dukla to be the favourite in the tie. They have more experience in their roster and are doing much better in their domestic league.

I am also looking forward to the CEV Cup matches, there are some decent teams over there.

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Yesterday, 5:24pm

Although the Czech Rep. failed to qualify a team for the Champions League group phase after Ceske Budejovice got eliminated by VaLePa, all Czech teams scored wins in the European competitions. Jihostroj Ceske Budejovice, Dukla Liberec, and Kladno won their first-leg matches in the CEV Cup, whereas Brno and CEZ Karlovarsko did the same in the Challenge Cup. This says a lot about the level of the Czech league and the domestic/foreign players they have.

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