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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:16pm

No, you cant leave mom. :hit:

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:19pm

Naz is doing a very good job, simply outplaying Maja :heart:
Maja looks a bit desperate. She gives very few balls to Boskovic which is weird, her MBs are too weak to set them regularly, Meliha doesn't produce and neither does Larson after a good start. Life is easier for Naz today and she really uses her options at best, but I'd love to see how Maja would play in this Vakifbank team.

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:20pm

C'me on Boşko!
meso mi ra se beno...

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:23pm

great spikes by zhu and gözde
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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:24pm

I got the impression that Larson and the local spikers got most of the balls. Why not Boskovic?

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:26pm

Simply cannot imagine Vakifbank without her.
Gozde is on fire. Is this really her last season?!


She had said She would retire after this season but i think nothing is certain

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:27pm

Vakit as whole team is playing very well
if motta cant change some things in Vitra's game Vakıf can win 3-0
meso mi ra se beno...

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:29pm

Simply cannot imagine Vakifbank without her.
Gozde is on fire. Is this really her last season?!


She had said She would retire after this season but i think nothing is certain

Absolutely! :white:
especially for VVSL
meso mi ra se beno...

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:29pm

Naz is doing a very good job, simply outplaying Maja
Yes Naz is great!!! All players are great today!! Only referee is so blind!! :teach:

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:29pm

Maja makes her team desperate at times imo. At 14-15 f.e. Eczacibasi catched on with Vakifbank and needed a side out to which Maja chose to steal the show and tried a very bad and unnecessary attack which resulted in VakifBank opening the gap instead of setting to the reliable spiker she decided she wanted to steal the show. I see such things a lot with Maja actually and her setting preferences are odd at times. All this causes is too much unnecessary pressure on every single player.

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:30pm

Naz is doing a very good job, simply outplaying Maja :heart:
Maja looks a bit desperate. She gives very few balls to Boskovic which is weird, her MBs are too weak to set them regularly, Meliha doesn't produce and neither does Larson after a good start. Life is easier for Naz today and she really uses her options at best, but I'd love to see how Maja would play in this Vakifbank team.

Big problem when the team is too much dependent on the opposite and she's not playing her best. Larson plays against their best blockers Rasic-Sloetjes/Aydemir. Maja needs to take off some pressure from her, since they will go on her the whole time. Both the middles are rather weak spikers. Boskovic is not herself so far. Meliha is ok to me, I don't expect more.

Naz is the big advantage between Vakif and every other team in Turkey. I see VakifBank having troubles just in CL matches against Fenerbahce.
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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:31pm

Naz is doing a very good job, simply outplaying Maja :heart:
Maja looks a bit desperate. She gives very few balls to Boskovic which is weird, her MBs are too weak to set them regularly, Meliha doesn't produce and neither does Larson after a good start. Life is easier for Naz today and she really uses her options at best, but I'd love to see how Maja would play in this Vakifbank team.


Of course I agree, but yesterday Beyza had a really good attacking performance, and today she has been given very few balls.. also Meliha and Larson did a pretty good job offensively.. Maja is known for loving her OPPs, so she'll go to Boskovic again and again (I'm not saying she's boring by any means, but she keeps feeding her Oposite players a lot)

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:32pm

Boskovic still gets many balls, just not as many as in the past. I think Motta likes for all his players to get a lot of balls, unlike Barbolini who wanted Boskovic to get every ball. I agree that Boskovic is being underused, though as she is the only world class attacker in the team.

Vakifbank's block is very impressive, much better than Vitra's.

I'd like to see Guldeniz come on even though Meliha has done OK, I think better reception and a quicker game would really help today

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:33pm

I would​ love to see Godze play a few more years.

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:37pm

Also, since when did Boskovic start jump float instead of jump serve?!

Her jump serve, though often causing errors, were really impressive and intimidating. Would love to see her jump serve again.

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:37pm

Maja makes her team desperate at times imo. At 14-15 f.e. Eczacibasi catched on with Vakifbank and needed a side out to which Maja chose to steal the show and tried a very bad and unnecessary attack which resulted in VakifBank opening the gap instead of setting to the reliable spiker she decided she wanted to steal the show. I see such things a lot with Maja actually and her setting preferences are odd at times. All this causes is too much unnecessary pressure on every single player.
Maja has attacked one ball in the whole match, she is not really trying to steal the show. I'm not saying she is playing good, but she has a really hard job because the other players are not doing good either.

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:42pm

Naz is doing a very good job, simply outplaying Maja :heart:
Maja looks a bit desperate. She gives very few balls to Boskovic which is weird, her MBs are too weak to set them regularly, Meliha doesn't produce and neither does Larson after a good start. Life is easier for Naz today and she really uses her options at best, but I'd love to see how Maja would play in this Vakifbank team.
Of course I agree, but yesterday Beyza had a really good attacking performance, and today she has been given very few balls.. also Meliha and Larson did a pretty good job offensively.. Maja is known for loving her OPPs, so she'll go to Boskovic again and again (I'm not saying she's boring by any means, but she keeps feeding her Oposite players a lot)
You can't compare yesterday to today. Beyza faces Zhu's block, so it's hard for Maja to set her on the slide. And today she is definitely not feeding Boskovic. Actually I think Eczaci would have a better chance if she did even with Boskovic not being at her best...

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:43pm

Great serving streak from Beyza, cmon Eczaci gogogo!

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:45pm

By the way, after two sets: Boskovic 10/15, Meliha 7/16, Larson 7/18 :whistle:

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Sunday, December 24th 2017, 3:45pm

C'ome on larson!
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