Posts by canhotorodrigo

    I believe that group B will be very disputed. And I do not believe that Russia will fight for the last wave only.

    In recent years, Russia played against the USA and the games were won 3x2, always very disputed.

    Against Italy in the last European championship, the team from Russia was playing at the front throughout the game, that is, there are chances to win.

    The only opponent that the Russian team is unable to beat is China. The other teams, like the USA, Italy and Turkey, may lose to Russia when it comes to Olympic games.

    I will not be scared if Russia is second in group B.

    Grankin and Musersky were also summoned, but did not go to the training center because they are playing in their countries. But at the end of the national championship, the 2 players will join the rest of the team.

    Coach Buzatto made his first call-up to Russia for the 2020 season.


    In all, there will be 27 players.
    Of these 27 players, they will split the team between those who will play the League of Nations and the Tokyo Olympics:


    S: Startseva - Romanova - Novik - Efimova


    MB: Koroleva - Fetisova - Efimova - Lyubushikina - Evdokimova


    OH: Parubets - Kosheleva - Voronkova - Kurilo - Kadochkina - Yurinskaya - Chaplina - Shcherban


    OPP: Goncharova - Lazareva - Russu - Khaletskaya - Malygina


    L: Malova - Galkina - Pilipenko - Frolova


    Source: http://www.volley.ru/news/21219/

    After the first game against Minas, where Kosheleva scored 28 points, his team's last 2 matches were very bad.

    In the game against Conegliano, 10 attack attempts, only 2 points.


    Today, against the Eczacibasi Vitra team, 12 attack attempts, just 2 points as well.

    Against large teams and efficient blocks, Kosheleva's game is not good.


    Many fans were excited about the player's return and good form. However, when played at a high level with good players, Kosheleva is not the same.

    Their best foundation, which is the attack, is no longer like years ago and time passes for all players.


    Not to mention all the tactical scheme that even in the Chinese team had to exist for her to play. Shifting opposites to the pass, changing pointers to the opposite position to cover Kosheleva's reception and defense.


    It's worth having a player, that's fine, shone and scared the world with her attacks in the 2010-2015 cycle, but it's 2020.


    Is she really useful to the national team? Outside? Opposite? Holder? Reservation?


    Big clubs usually seek to renew their contracts with good players who contribute to the teams, look at the big players in the world, they are always on 2 or 3 year contracts with big teams. For the past 5 years, Kosheleva hasn't stopped at any team, played at 5 different ones. And in 100% of them, as opposed to having to go through, tactical scheme prepared for her to break in the attack, and nothing done (had the bruise, but even before the bruise, it already existed).


    Let's wait for the scenes of the next chapters.

    After the first game against Minas, where Kosheleva scored 28 points, his team's last 2 matches were very bad.

    In the game against Conegliano, 10 attack attempts, only 2 points.

    Today, against the Eczacibasi Vitra team, 12 attack attempts, just 2 points as well.

    Against large teams and efficient blocks, Kosheleva's game is not good.


    Many fans were excited about the player's return and good form. However, when played at a high level with good players, Kosheleva is not the same.

    Their best foundation, which is the attack, is no longer like years ago and time passes for all players.

    Not to mention all the tactical scheme that even in the Chinese team had to exist for her to play. Shifting opposites to the pass, changing pointers to the opposite position to cover Kosheleva's reception and defense.

    It's worth having a player, that's fine, shone and scared the world with her attacks in the 2010-2015 cycle, but it's 2020.

    Is she really useful to the national team? Tip? Opposite? Holder? Reservation?

    Big clubs usually seek to renew their contracts with good players who contribute to the teams, look at the big players in the world, they are always on 2 or 3 year contracts with big teams. For the past 5 years, Kosheleva hasn't stopped at any team, played at 5 different ones. And in 100% of them, as opposed to having to go through, tactical scheme prepared for her to break in the attack, and nothing done (had the bruise, but even before the bruise, it already existed).

    Let's wait for the scenes of the next chapters.

    The Chinese team has understood (as have the other teams in the last 5 years) how to play with Kosheleva on their team.

    When she goes to serve, she gets 2 turns off and the libero enters her seat. When in the net, she is out of the pass line and is the player who receives the most balls.

    She can contribute a lot to any team in the world: in the attack.

    It is the main offensive weapon of the Chinese team, undoubtedly regained its physical form.

    The question remains: but what about the Russian team?

    In the last 2 years we had a growth of players like Koroleva and Fetisova. And when we think of growth of central players, we think of what? Pass.

    These 2 players started receiving ball for one main reason: there was a pass for that.

    Do you currently think that Russia can expose their opponent (Goncharova) on the pass so that Kosheleva is free and without technical concerns to attack?

    Even the Chinese team passes 3 players in their pass line.

    Or would Russia have to pick two players, each half a block, and leave Goncharova and Kosheleva free to attack?

    We can only wait and see Buzato's plans! But either way, Kosheleva's injury seems 100% recovered. And the attack remains the foundation she can most help any team in the world.

    Parubets is an awesome player.

    She is new, and for at least the last 3 seasons she has been the best player in Russia. It's amazing what she can do: attack, get the serve, block, defense. A complete player.

    Russia has always had problems with players in this position. Only Sokolova had all the fundamentals of the game, so Kosheleva was just about to attack.

    I believe the Parubets-Voronkova duo will be too big for Russia. They can do everything. Voronkova has great jumping service, and is gaining experience at the front desk.

    Russia no longer needs an old game where only 2 players get the serve. Kosheleva could currently play only as a substitute player.

    Uralochka and Lokomotiv will be Russia's great teams in the coming years, and that's because Russia's top 2 players are currently there: Parubets and Voronkova.

    Now Busato is officially Russia's coach and will be with the players at the Tokyo Olympics!


    https://www.sport-express.ru/v…o-olimpiady-2020-1610537/


    Taking into account the Olympic cycle that the Russian players presented, what is your opinion about the 12 players who will represent Russia?


    My ideal team:


    S: Startseva - Romanova


    OPP: Goncharova - Lazareva (she is Russia's future OPP. MVP in college games and has great potential. I believe there is no other player to replace Goncharova).


    MB: Koroleva - Fetisova - Lazarenko (I believe she is much better than Efimova)


    OH: Parubets - Voronkova - Kadokchina - Kosheleva (reserve player only)


    L: Malova (Russia's best libero with Parubets will have a reception line of the best in the world).


    What is your opinion about the Russian team for the Olympic year? :super:

    I believe that the main point for Russia not getting great results in recent years is the high coaching change. With many coaches, each one puts their favorite players on the court. See China, USA, Serbia, Italy ... teams that have been playing together for many years; At some point, the team meets and faces big battles.


    In the last 8 years, many different players have come across Russia because each coach has called a different player and as a result the team does not create a solid base, a root (Chaplina, Pasynkova, Scherban, Bavykina, Malykh, Malygina and others). );


    A plus point is that for the last 3 years Russia has played on the same basis: Goncharova, Startseva, Parubets, Voronkova, Fetisova and Koroleva.


    This team is closer, the players are playing together and shouting during the games. I believe this formation could bring Russia back to the medal race. I am afraid Kosheleva will return and Russia will play terrible volleyball again without reception.


    Parubets and Voronkova are young and experienced, but they are young and can do a lot for Russia. Has great attack, good reception, strong serve, defense and block.


    I hope Russia will maintain its base and add some players to Tokyo: Malova, Kadochkina and Kosheleva (as a replacement for Goncharova).

    Following Pankov's statement, the Secretary-General of the Russian Volleyball Federation, Alexander Yaremenko, said that after his request for withdrawal, Pankov was automatically dismissed from the post of coach of the team.


    By decision of the president, Pankov was dismissed by his own statement. As for the words that the contract was not terminated, there was no contract (for the position of coach of the national team) in the strict sense of the word. Vadim Anatolyevich will continue his work in the federation with youth teams, he remains the curator of youth teams, as before.


    https://rsport.ria.ru/20191112/1560849584.html

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    Vow :white:.


    I just the stats and she`s not receiving very many. Is she playing as OH or OPP?.


    Either way Parubets is amazing.

    Parubets is playing as OPP but on the receiving line. What is happening is that the teams know that she has a great reception and are not directing service to her. But Kseniia is getting the serve by the team. She is the most complete player of the Russian league in the last 3 years. She makes many points, she has the best reception of the championship. This season, he began to serve with the jump, as Voronkova.

    I watched Russia play against Iran, and Ilya Vlasov's attacking and blocking potential is really amazing. At times he looks youthful, but he has a lot of potential to become the new Musersky. He has a very strong offense and he catches the ball far above the opponent's block.

    I do not believe that the national team is important to Kosheleva. She hasn't had a good volleyball since 2017. Kosheleva hasn't played at a high level for a long time. And all your dedication should be to go back to playing volleyball. But she seems more concerned with having a YouTube channel and interacting with people than playing volleyball. I understand that Parubets and Voronkova still have little experience, and they are not good players in the decisive moments of the matches, but I would rather have 2 young people than Kosheleva. She does not know how to receive. And her attitudes do not show that she wants the national team. Goncharova and Koroleva look happy on the national team, they scream at the game, they hug each other. Russia today has a unity between girls and coaches. They play like a real team. I believe the return of Kosheleva will not bring good things to the team spirit. She wants to be famous with a YouTube channel while having to play volleyball to help the national team.

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