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Today, 6:13pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "Umu11" Quoted from "Rains_of_Castamere" I'll rather trust Guidetti with my life than some armchair analyst in this forum. Sorry. Kthxbye. I do trust him, too. That's not we are saying. Looks like you don't get what we are saying. I get what you two are saying... Don't make me feel ignorant about the situation. You want this player. That Player... Those Players... The unavailable players...The Old Players....The overworked players...for experience .... I get a feeling we're just dea...

Today, 6:04pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Would you rather make mistakes during the qualification round of the olympics or make mistakes in the world grand prix a year before the WCH and 3 years before Tokyo Olympics? I swear some people are so overdramatic when there is Netherlands who may or may not even participate for the world championship next year. Oh wait that's Guidetti's former team.

Today, 5:43pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

I'll rather trust Guidetti with my life than some armchair analyst in this forum. Sorry. Kthxbye.

Today, 4:48pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "Sisko95" Quoted from "Rains_of_Castamere" No.. I am suggesting they shouldn't buy 4-6 world class and very expensive foreign players at the same time for each team. But as I said, it's not up to the Federation to control this, it is up to the clubs. The clubs and their sponsors are not interested or invested in the NT, they only want their particular club to do well. Therefore, the only way to stop this is to use a stricter foreign player limit, a salary cap or some kind of points ...

Today, 4:27pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "Sisko95" Quoted from "Rains_of_Castamere" Hoping the Turkish federation open their eyes and watch why Italy is back with a vengeance after the transformation of Serie A era as the most powerful league in the world to just a second rate league nowadays. There is always a balance between wanting to win Champions League every year and achieving National Team success and it is hard to achieve that when their young players are staying on the bench until they're 40 years old and their ve...

Today, 4:15pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "beri" ] Quoted from "Umu11" Quoted from "Canter" Quoted from "Umu11" Godina said in an interview that she is not satisfied with choises of the coach and said Ilchenko is a player that proved herself. What exactly Ilchenko proved in international level? Did she played a good tournament that i don't know? Yes, she is playing good in Russian League and Uralochka but what about NT level? To me, she didn't prove anything and she should be one there playing and showing what she got. Same...

Today, 4:05pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "wild_awake_" Quoted from "tomen" Quoted from "Sidney" Quoted from "samsara" The Russian team played excellent match today, beat the Chinese team 3-1. Remember that China played without Zhu and Gong...and I'm not sure about their setters, but I think the main setter also did not play Zhu, Gong and Ding all played this match as the substitute players. In the last few points of Set 4, Zhu was blocked once. After the match, the largest problem of An Jia-jie is shown - the timing of the...

Today, 3:55pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "beri" Quoted from "Rains_of_Castamere" Hoping the Turkish federation open their eyes and watch why Italy is back with a vengeance after the transformation of Serie A era as the most powerful league in the world to just a second rate league nowadays. There is always a balance between wanting to win Champions League every year and achieving National Team success and it is hard to achieve that when their young players are staying on the bench until they're 40 years old and their veter...

Today, 3:23pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Hoping the Turkish federation open their eyes and watch why Italy is back with a vengeance after the transformation of Serie A era as the most powerful league in the world to just a second rate league nowadays. There is always a balance between wanting to win Champions League every year and achieving National Team success and it is hard to achieve that when their young players are staying on the bench until they're 40 years old and their veterans are still playing in their 100th birthday.

Today, 2:52pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "pappi" does anybody update the result of AUS x VEN in Group 3 Semifinal. FIVB homepage didnt show up the result but announce that AUS will fight for the gold with Hungary, the latter has survived after stealing the tiebreaker against France. did VEN withdraw ? Venezuela Federation didn't give any tickets to the team so Venezuela ended up forfeiting the game. Sad, right?

Today, 1:28pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "Umu11" Godina said in an interview that she is not satisfied with choises of the coach and said Ilchenko is a player that proved herself. What exactly Ilchenko proved in international level? Did she played a good tournament that i don't know? Yes, she is playing good in Russian League and Uralochka but what about NT level? To me, she didn't prove anything and she should be one there playing and showing what she got. Same goes for Turkish Players. They haven't proved anything and mo...

Yesterday, 10:36pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Men's World Championship 2018

Germany just made everything complicated for themselves. Now they got to wish Estonia beats Belgium and Estonia gets beaten in their other remaining match. Estonia atleast got a point out of the match. It might help them if they ever beat two of their remaining opponents and get the max points.

Yesterday, 9:53pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Last time I saw that hair touch happen was way back during London Olympics Russia-Brazil quarterfinals on Goncharova.

Yesterday, 9:34pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Brazil was lucky with that second point. Seems like Adenizia touch the net before the block kill fell on Netherlands' side.

Yesterday, 9:20pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "sitenoise" Brazil is an intimidating team, I think. NED played better than this in previous matches against other teams, although it seems like overall they may have run out of gas. Seems like Netherlands especially Djikema and Plak adjusted.

Yesterday, 9:01pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Anne was...either lovestruck or she forgot to play volleyball when she saw Carol.

Yesterday, 8:47pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Quoted from "sitenoise" Quoted from "Sidney" Quoted from "sitenoise" It looks to me like Rosa Marie and Roberta seem a little overwhelmed by this tournament What? I didn't understand what that is supposed to mean They look nervous It's only normal. This is their first time playing as starters for the senior team with matches that could mean elimination for them. I'm more worried with Natalia tbh.

Yesterday, 7:32pm

Author: Rains_of_Castamere

Women's World Grand Prix 2017

Both of these teams(CRO and ARG) can do better. Just too many senseless mistakes. To be quite frank, the p-word makes better entertainment than this match.