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Thursday, September 18th 2014, 2:00pm

2014 Asian Games - Incheon & Ansan / South Korea - 9/20

A:

* South Korea
* Qatar
* Kazakhstan
* Chinese Taipei

B:

* Japan
* Saudi Arabia
* Kuwait
* Pakistan

C:

* Iran
* India
* Hong Kong
* Maldives

D:

* China
* Thailand
* Myanmar
* Turkmenistan
Prediction Game:


Gold Medals - 14

Silver Medals - 12

Bronze Medals - 9


Overall: 35


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Friday, September 19th 2014, 3:19am

I think the organizers allow Iran to play on the last three days of the preliminary round so that they can have some little time on their journey from Lodz to Incheon.

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Friday, September 19th 2014, 3:35pm

Korea ended quickly World Championship in Poland, so it's no problem for them, but what with China and Iran? They will play with full composition in Asian Games?China played last game in WC on 14.09, 1st match in Asian Games on 21.09, so maybe will play with full, but Iran? Last game in WC 20.09, 1st in Asian Games 25.09...

Does anybode have team rosters ?

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Friday, September 19th 2014, 3:57pm

Iran: - Saman Faezi and Abdolreza Alizadeh will be out
S: Marouf, Mahdavi
OP: Mahmoudi, Ghafour
OH: Mirzajanpour, Ghaemi, Ebadipour, Fayazi
MB: Mousavi, Gholami, Tashakori
L: Zarif

China: - Chen Zhang is back; Longhai Chen, Fanwei Kong and Yingchao Fang are out
S: Runming Li, Shuai Jiao
OP: Yuan Zhi, Zhichao Kou
OH: Weijun Zhong, Jianjun Cui, Chen Zhang, Daoshuai Ji
MB: Xin Geng, Chunlong Liang, Jingtao Xu
L: Qi Ren
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Friday, September 19th 2014, 4:02pm

The group schedule is very strange. 6 games per group played in a span of 7-8 days. Probably done so to facilitate missing teams. I have never seen anything like this before.

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Monday, September 22nd 2014, 2:48am

are there any other rosters listed??????

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Monday, September 22nd 2014, 4:04am

China: - Chen Zhang is back; Longhai Chen, Fanwei Kong and Yingchao Fang are out
S: Runming Li, Shuai Jiao
OP: Yuan Zhi, Zhichao Kou
OH: Weijun Zhong, Jianjun Cui, Chen Zhang, Daoshuai Ji
MB: Xin Geng, Chunlong Liang, Jingtao Xu
L: Qi Ren
Jiao Shuai is out because of his injury. And one young setter is substitute for him.

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Wednesday, September 24th 2014, 4:50am

i see qatar has players with such typical arab names as milos stevanovic and renan ribeiro…

i hope they lose the 2022 fifa cup...

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Wednesday, September 24th 2014, 7:11am


i see qatar has players with such typical arab names as milos stevanovic and renan ribeiro…

i hope they lose the 2022 fifa cup...
I dont know where you are from, but if a country wants to grow they change the nationalities of players to be better team. Even Italy (Aguero, Costagrande), Serbia(Mihajlovic), Russia(Gonchorova) are doing same. So it is quite normal for Qatar.

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Wednesday, September 24th 2014, 7:31pm

yes, it's quite normal for these pathetic gulf countries with oil and no decency to go out and buy 90% of their athletes including most that never even live in the country or speak the language, or can't even pronounce their fake arabic names they get, like all the kenyan and ethiopian runners in qatar and bahrain, not to mention handball, football, basketball, wrestlers and weightlifters. and where are the qatar women athletes?

and don't get me started on the foreign workers building their indecent stadia for the fifa world cup.

so, tunc, maybe it's normal for qatar, but it's not normal in the rest of the civilized world.

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Wednesday, September 24th 2014, 11:21pm

yes, it's quite normal for these pathetic gulf countries with oil and no decency to go out and buy 90% of their athletes including most that never even live in the country or speak the language, or can't even pronounce their fake arabic names they get, like all the kenyan and ethiopian runners in qatar and bahrain, not to mention handball, football, basketball, wrestlers and weightlifters. and where are the qatar women athletes?

and don't get me started on the foreign workers building their indecent stadia for the fifa world cup.

so, tunc, maybe it's normal for qatar, but it's not normal in the rest of the civilized world.


Zaytsev (Russia), Travica (Serbia), Kovar (Cze. Republic), earlier Lasko (Poland) - Italy

Muserskiy, Pavlov (both Ukraine), Butko (Belarus) - Russia

Kaliberda (Ukraine), Grozer (Hungary) - Germany

where is difference between those players and Renan, Stojković and 3rd guy in Qatar? Foreign workers working there :rolll: :aww: Every perso has option to choose. Almost every city in former West Germany was full of workers from ex-Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Turkey so does that makes Germans uncivilized? :aww: Cut the crap and stick to volleyball themes and topics
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Wednesday, September 24th 2014, 11:47pm

are you that blind?

do these players in GER or ITA that you cite NOT speak the local language? do these countries have 90% of their athletes being foreigners?

are foreign workers in GER exploited and treated like slaves, and return home in coffins?

http://www.theguardian.com/global-develo…cus+world/qatar

read and learn about the world.

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Thursday, September 25th 2014, 9:48am

are you that blind?

do these players in GER or ITA that you cite NOT speak the local language? do these countries have 90% of their athletes being foreigners?

are foreign workers in GER exploited and treated like slaves, and return home in coffins?

http://www.theguardian.com/global-develo…cus+world/qatar

read and learn about the world.


Surely, you'll teach me about the world :aww: this is volleyball forum, not political so leave that discussion for other places
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Friday, September 26th 2014, 12:50am

you asked me "what's the difference between these players and…" so i answered your question. there is a huge difference between players who go to italy and play there as youth, live there, speak the language, and then decide to change their citizenship; and athletes who are simply bought by corrupt federations like qatar and bahrain.

and btw, zaytsev was born in italy, so tell me, what country should he represent??????

and yes, there's a difference between the guest workers in germany 30 years ago and foreign workers/slaves in the persian gulf today. read those articles and you might learn something, my friend.

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Friday, September 26th 2014, 6:04am

QF seem to be set.

7 countries have advanced: CHN, THA, JPN, KUW, QAT, IND, KOR. IRN will most likely join them but has 2 games to go (they got a delayed start due to the WCh.). KAZ, TPE and PAK did not advance.

most countries have sent A teams, it seems, but not JPN, which has a mixture of newcomers and veterans.

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Thursday, October 2nd 2014, 2:38am

semis are set. JPN seems to be led by shimizu, they'll face KOR. the other semi is IRN x CHN.

has anyone found any videos of the tournament??

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Friday, October 3rd 2014, 10:59pm

IRN beat JPN 3-1 for gold. it seemed like a good match.

KOR beat CHN 3-1 for bronze.

anyone has vids of these matches?????

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Saturday, October 4th 2014, 12:55am

Iran is the champion of the Asian Games 2014!!! Bravo guys! :dance4:

They defeated Japan 3-1 (28:26; 25:19; 25:19) and took the victory in the entire tournament for the first time :) Congrats to all the Iranian users, too :) Enjoy, guys :drink:
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Saturday, October 4th 2014, 12:59am



anyone has vids of these matches?????


I'd love to see them as well :) Thanks in advance! :flower:
I'll see it when I believe it.

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Saturday, October 4th 2014, 7:54pm

this is the final Iran vs Japan

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rcvf_G_JHNM

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