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Tuesday, January 9th 2018, 9:18pm

Author: inc0gnito

CEV Champions League 2018

Quoted from "hakin12" Quoted from "Matthias" Quoted from "inc0gnito" I thought the same while watching. But I do not think Natasha is in perfect shape mentally. She lives like a vampire, often goes to bed for sleep like 3-4 am in the morning, and at least from what I have heard, has no real friend in life at all, and very poor connection with her team mates from a friendship point of view, regardless what some pictures on social media might suggest. She had one "friend" she hanged out with a lo...

Tuesday, January 9th 2018, 6:45pm

Author: inc0gnito

CEV Champions League 2018

Quoted from "ryleybarnes" The red-haired setter was as bad as every Russian setter is now. So I dont see anything change​s. She used to set the ball to the moon when I watched Athens final if my memory is correct. She had Sokolova in her prime and a young Gamova at that time..

Tuesday, January 9th 2018, 6:44pm

Author: inc0gnito

CEV Champions League 2018

Goncharova's line shots

Tuesday, January 9th 2018, 6:35pm

Author: inc0gnito

CEV Champions League 2018

Quoted from "Rains_of_Castamere" Watching Babeshina play and I still do not understand why she's been out from Russian NT for many years. I think because her style does not really fit the typical Russian-style of "set high to the pins". Even when you see her play back in Uralochka, she used the middles very often and sadly this is not the DNA of the Russian NT.

Tuesday, January 9th 2018, 6:23pm

Author: inc0gnito

CEV Champions League 2018

I hope some big Turkish team gets Goncharova next season, she won't grow if she stays in Russia. Imagine if she were to play in Fener or Vakif, in my opinion she is the second best opposite after Boskovic.

Friday, December 8th 2017, 8:59pm

Author: inc0gnito

2018 FIVB World Championship - Japan

Quoted from "Mapuan" Quoted from "inc0gnito" Since Russia and USA will be in the same pool, here's a throwback to one of their matches in Round 1 last WCH 14. The 1st set in particular was already a tiebreaker 34-32! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXBHqo5juv4 This year marked Gamova's return to the NT after London, Kosheleva being the best attacker in the world at that time, and Goncharova's emergence as one of the top players. So much memories! How many blocks did Harmatto make in 1st set alo...

Friday, December 8th 2017, 8:56pm

Author: inc0gnito

2018 FIVB World Championship - Japan

Quoted from "ryleybarnes" Kosheleva​ the best attacker in the world? LMAO​ Yes she was regarded by most as the best attacker at the time and even Paul Sunderland labeled her as that. Back in her prime or her "Golden days" circa 2013-2015, she was such a powerful spiking machine with incredible height reach (whether or not she still has those skills now is a different topic) and I think no OH really came close to her attacking-wise. Kosheleva's decline I would argue only really happened in 2016 ...

Friday, December 8th 2017, 1:21am

Author: inc0gnito

2018 FIVB World Championship - Japan

Since Russia and USA will be in the same pool, here's a throwback to one of their matches in Round 1 last WCH 14. The 1st set in particular was already a tiebreaker 34-32! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXBHqo5juv4 This year marked Gamova's return to the NT after London, Kosheleva being the best attacker in the world at that time, and Goncharova's emergence as one of the top players. So much memories!

Wednesday, November 22nd 2017, 10:13pm

Author: inc0gnito

Russian NT 2017

Quoted from "Rains_of_Castamere" I am also hearing Vadim Pankov applying for the job. That's going to be difficult for any foreign coach to break through. The Pankovs are powerful. I do not believe he can take them to promise land but the name can be something to consider with how well Odintsovo is playing right now but in a very weak league such as Russia's. The guy still has no credentials outside of russia though. The Russian Federation needs to think about that carefully. But with Vadim Pan...

Wednesday, November 22nd 2017, 9:15pm

Author: inc0gnito

Russian NT 2017

Zoran Terzic possible Russia women's NT coach in the future? Maybe after 2020 http://www.russiavolley.com/12303/zoran-…-in-the-future/

Saturday, September 30th 2017, 12:17am

Author: inc0gnito

European Championship 2017 Azerbaijan&Georgia

Filishtinkaya not setting the ball to Goncharova is a mystery. I think the problem is the sets are too fast. Goncharova sometimes is only able to tip the ball. She is 1.94 for Christ's sake, let her physical advantage come into play, no need to super-speed the sets. In the latter parts of the third set, Voronkova got blocked and she still set to her on a decent pass even when Goncharova was available. Clearly she is not comfortable setting to the OPP, and having a bad connection with your team's...

Friday, September 29th 2017, 8:04pm

Author: inc0gnito

European Championship 2017 Azerbaijan&Georgia

Filishtinskaia giving the ball to Voronkova twice when Goncharova was available Congrats Turkey!

Friday, September 29th 2017, 7:52pm

Author: inc0gnito

European Championship 2017 Azerbaijan&Georgia

Oh my God Voronkoa is even worse than Kosheleva. How may balls did Voronkova misreceive already

Friday, September 29th 2017, 7:48pm

Author: inc0gnito

European Championship 2017 Azerbaijan&Georgia

Nobody in Russia can receive, Kosheleva, Parubets, Voronkova it doesn't matter

Friday, September 29th 2017, 7:31pm

Author: inc0gnito

European Championship 2017 Azerbaijan&Georgia

Russia playing their worst game in the tournament. As what i expected, resting three days had a negative impact on them.

Friday, September 29th 2017, 7:16pm

Author: inc0gnito

European Championship 2017 Azerbaijan&Georgia

Russia seems extra slow today. Maybe not playing three days had a negative impact on them