All Turkish youth teams are succesfull, almost always. And then it doesn't often transfer to senior NTs and the entire blame for that is the clubs in my eyes. I know since this is a small community of Turkish VB fans it might seem like the Turks are overly supportive of their local players but imo the opposite is more of a reality, Turkish players get criticized incredibly harshly in my experience, and much more so then the foreigners. It's true that Turkish fans from top clubs can be toxic to players not known as stars though like Lazareva got a bit this year but it's one of the highest you can get level wise, the pressure is always gonna be there. And that same negative energy towards locals is also more in the clubs tbh which drain all confidence of these talented players over time... I get that Ipar with her current performance won't win big matches but as others mentioned, she can play a bit at least against weaker teams at least or loan her out if you have 0 trust in her. You shouldn't have players in your team as cheerleaders, everyone should have a role.
Btw I'm sorry but I really feel bad for these players because often they don't even have a choice on their careers at all, that's how the Dalia Wilson incident happened where she literally fled the country because she felt she was being limited as a player thanks to the clubs, she might not have been right on the position thing, but I can totally see how she could get frustrated with how we know things go in TVF.
Btw this is not a post against Bogdan, I love the Serbian players and would love to see even more of them in the future in Turkey. They are generally adapting faster than any other cultures and are always hard-working and very talented, adding quality to the league.
I do also dislike Terzic and SB though, i don't even think such communities are benefitting anyone in the greater picture besides individuals within them honestly.
I would like some big differences on the root of TVF, but can't see it happening any time soon.