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Saturday, February 17th 2018, 7:42pm

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I'm wondering how bad Karolina Pisla must be if even today she doesn't replace Oude Luttikhuis :white: :aww:


Quoted from "Matthias"
I'm wondering how bad Karolina Pisla must be if even today she doesn't replace Oude Luttikhuis :white: :aww:




Matthias...come on...according to you, Nicole deserves a call for Dutch NT :P :P

In fact, it is a shame...today she was again the opponent's best player...
I do not understand the statement of Matthias as a praise for Nicole Oude Luttikhuis.

As far as I know Nicole Oude Luttikhuis used to play as MB until she changed the position at the request of the former national coach from the netherlands (before going to Aachen). May be she would be better at her previous position? :?:

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Saturday, February 17th 2018, 7:50pm

I praised Oude Luttikhuis in another topic ;) But regarding today, she was simply terrible, and Sunjic too. But both have had better games too...

About the hall argument: I agree that it is a bigger disadvantage for the guest teams than for Aachen as host. They play 10 home games in the hall plus countless practices, so they are much better used to the low ceiling than all other teams that play in Aachen once per season.

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Saturday, February 17th 2018, 9:51pm

Stuttgart - VCO Berlin 3:0 (25:12 25:19 25:17)
http://live.volleyball-bundesliga.de/2017-18/Women/2216.pdf
MVP: Renata Sandor / Josepha Bock

Dresden - Aachen 3:0 (25:21 25:16 25:20)
http://live.volleyball-bundesliga.de/2017-18/Women/2078.pdf
MVP: Madi Bugg / McKenzie Adams
Great match by Ivana Mrdak as well.

Suhl - Erfurt 3:0 (25:22 25:13 25:16)
http://live.volleyball-bundesliga.de/2017-18/Women/2032.pdf
MVP: Tereza Patockova / An Saita
This seals Erfurt's fate to finish last (not counting VCO Berlin).

Wiesbaden - Vilsbiburg 3:2 (25:17 23:25 25:19 15:25 15:11)
http://live.volleyball-bundesliga.de/2017-18/Women/2080.pdf
MVP: Dora Grozer / Dayana Segovia
A serve streak by Irina Kemmsies from 7:10 to 14:10 in 5th set gave Wiesbaden the win in the end.

Tomorrow Stuttgart-Potsdam, Münster-Schwerin, Wiesbaden-VCO.

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Saturday, February 17th 2018, 11:48pm

This confirms, that Vilsiburgs reception is still vulnerable, so strong serving teams can serve them at at times off court.

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Sunday, February 18th 2018, 9:06pm

Now race for the best places for the playoff gets into the final phase, the top three teams have now 2 remaining matches each. Stuttgart was very impressive today, they exerted too much pressue on Potsdam, what lead to a quick three set victory. Schwerin was not at its best, but took also in three sets the victory from Münster.

Now Stuttgart leads with four points more and 16 wins before Schwerin with 15 wins as well as Dresden, but Dresden has even one point less.

Wiesbaden used the chance against VCO Berlin, took easily three points and is now fourth again. But that race is far from being over, despite Potsdam is now no real contender anymore (see above).

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Sunday, February 18th 2018, 9:26pm

which team do you think will be the champion ?
could Stuttgart be succesful in getting the title again?
meso mi ra se beno...

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Sunday, February 18th 2018, 9:38pm

which team do you think will be the champion ?
could Stuttgart be succesful in getting the title again?


Oh, Allianz MTV Stuttgart was NEVER German champion and Schwerin is defending and record champion (11 times). But this time Stuttgart has pretty good chances because of the strong league round and roster. Stuttgart was the last three years vice champion, twice behind Dresden, and last time behind Schwerin.

Don't confuse with three times champions (before uniting both German leagues 1992) of Western Germany CJD Feuerbach, which was also from Stuttgart, but a totally different team, completely dissolved 1995 only a few years after their last championship 1991.

The current league leaders from Stuttgart were founded as team only 2006 and got into first league already (from regional over second league) two years later 2008, when they were 6th best team in their first 1 league season out of than 15 teams. This is the 10th first league season ever of them.

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Sunday, February 18th 2018, 10:20pm

oh..i remembed it wrong. thanx..i remember they had won against Schwerin but what match was it ?( cup match or championship ?
the status of finals was best of 3 in German championship ?
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Sunday, February 18th 2018, 10:37pm

Stuttgart - Potsdam 3:0 (25:16 25:20 25:14)
http://live.volleyball-bundesliga.de/2017-18/Women/2076.pdf
MVP: Deborah van Daelen / Marta Drpa

Münster - Schwerin 0:3 (24:26 22:25 19:25)
http://live.volleyball-bundesliga.de/2017-18/Women/2079.pdf
MVP: Lina Alsmeier / Louisa Lippmann
17 year old Lina Alsmeier confirms her status as great prospect at OH position with a solid performance both in reception and attack and already her 3rd MVP medal this season.

Wiesbaden - VCO Berlin 3:0 (25:13 25:16 25:20)
http://live.volleyball-bundesliga.de/2017-18/Women/2217.pdf
MVP: Tanja Großer / Sindy Lenz

Ranking:
1 Allianz MTV Stuttgart 18 16 50:13 49
2 SSC Palmberg Schwerin 18 15 50:14 45
3 Dresdner SC 18 15 47:17 44
4 VC Wiesbaden 18 11 37:30 31
5 Ladies in Black Aachen 17 10 35:28 28
6 Rote Raben Vilsbiburg 18 9 34:31 27
7 USC Münster 17 7 30:34 24
8 SC Potsdam 17 6 25:37 19
9 VfB Suhl LOTTO Thüringen 18 5 19:43 15
10 Schwarz-Weiß Erfurt 18 3 13:49 9
11 VCO Berlin 17 0 7:51 0

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Sunday, February 18th 2018, 10:40pm

oh..i remembed it wrong. thanx..i remember they had won against Schwerin but what match was it ?( cup match or championship ?
the status of finals was best of 3 in German championship ?


Allianz MTV Stuttgart won in total three times the national DVV cup finals (2011, 2015 and 2017, that last time against Schwerin) and once the supercup so far (2016 against Dresden).

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Sunday, February 18th 2018, 10:43pm

oh..i remembed it wrong. thanx..i remember they had won against Schwerin but what match was it ?( cup match or championship ?
the status of finals was best of 3 in German championship ?


Allianz MTV Stuttgart won in total three times the national DVV cup finals (2011, 2015 and 2017, that last time against Schwerin) and once the supercup so far (2016 against Dresden).

now its ok..i knew they had won something :thumbsup:
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Monday, February 19th 2018, 9:44pm

Erfurt is now discussing, if they should retreat their team from first league (!). They are well aware, that there is likely no need for this due to the circumstances (there are currently just 10 professional teams and at most two seem to want a first league license additionally, so the desired number of 12 can be only afforded with Erfurt), despite they are for sure the team on the 10th and last, nominal relegation position. They talk to their sponsors, if they want to finance further this adventure, which was so far pretty unsuccessful indeed. And 600.000 Euro are enough, to do better, I think. The head coach Kronseder wants to continue his work there anyway, but IMHO he has to construct at first a working roster, he needs at least one decent OH more, I think.

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Monday, February 19th 2018, 10:16pm

Alexander Waibl prematurely renewed his contract with Dresdner SC until 2021. He's their head coach since 2009, so by far the longest time on bench of all 1st league teams at the moment.

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Monday, February 19th 2018, 10:20pm

Alexander Waibl prematurely renewed his contract with Dresdner SC until 2021. He's their head coach since 2009, so by far the longest time on bench of all 1st league teams at the moment.


One might question this deal, especially regarding the too feeble choice of OHs currently, which will leave the championsship finals forseeable to the much better selected teams on this positions of Stuttgart and Schwerin - doesn't he recognize, that they lack quality on this position currently?

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