Posts by voleysinfrontera

    and here goes another comment full of rhetoric and senseless. Stop blaming the U.S. of your own problems. :down:

    The enjoyment of this sport and many others is being destroyed by the USA. Just cause the USA is at war with Russia doesn't mean I have to be screwed over just because Americans are such sore losers.


    Its clear that WADA and most international sporting bodies act as proxies for the USA. Much like the EU acts as a proxy for the USA. That is why the ENTIRE Russian Athletics Federation is currently banned. We can look forward to the main blue ribbon event in Rio being the men's 100m where there will be no Russian competitors (none would make the final even without the ban) and most likely two American convicted cheats lining up in the final. "No doping in sport", if only. Very much a political statement, not a moral one.


    If Russia is suppose to be this "Mafia state" the Americans keep talking about then when is the blow back about to happen, when do the figurative American bodies start floating down the river?


    Brain-washed by Western media... Has no idea what happens in Russia, but of course US tv has shown all the real truth... Government here wouldn't care, as they don't now. Coordinated system to cheat... Such high words! This meldronat is the most ridiculous thing to be called doping ever and yes it was US Olympic comitee who sanctioned it to be called doping, just because this medicine is so popular in post-Soviet areas. WADA is being totally in control by North-Americans, so US athletes are so rare to be tested and positive tests wouldn't get public anyway. Just a very rare ones. And of course it's a very useful political element now. All the evil in the world is coming from Russia, of course, as it has always been. But it's a law of life - the strong ones eat the weak ones, so Russian athletes have to suffer for what politicians are doing. But some bucketheads here are starting to assume that if Kosheleva is injured, she's probably using doping. Probably not everyone has to have a brain, tv pretty much does the job.

    laughing out loud here .... Don't know why, but I knew your answer before your reply to the couple of comment regarding the Russians and their doping cases . Again, answer full of Cold War rethoric and one side think of any issue. Just one more thing , as this page is not about politics but about volleyball . Ask your self who's the truly brained - washed tho... :win:

    So will the USA be pushing hard now for the Russian Men's volleyball team to be kicked out of the Rio Olympics? Seems the USA won't be happy until all Russians are excluded from Rio. American decline is worse than I thought, the fading of empire is so rapid. I wonder what the blow back will be on the USA? Russia must eventually return fire on the USA in this war America seems so desperate to fight(Why would the USA wants another war when they always lose them and so publicly as well).

    Seriously ... This is the most ridiculous comment I've read on this forum ... What does America has to do with the lack of professionalism and mess oft he Russian Federation ??? Oh, let me think , as an old proverb says : blame someone else of your own problems ...give me a break , Move on , and go with your absurd and nonsense rhetoric to somewhere else .


    Ps: just to clarify, this comment goes directly to the blogger who posted above post. As An American , I have a great respect for the Russian people and their strong history and culture in sports .

    For gods sake ! Regardless what he has said or though, he brought the first major women volleyball title in the USA's history ! ...
    As he well said on that interview , decisions are hard to make and one never will get everyone's approval.
    I do think he has done a great job as a coach, bringing a lot of speed to the game consolidating the USA as real volleyball power house.

    Still strong team though... :obey:

    nope...it was in 1996 world grand prix....i think they are testing back then the libero setup......the libero uniform back they wear a black vest on the top of their uniform with
    a letter big L..at the back..and nikulina wore that in one of the leg in the world grand prix...

    Thank you for the clarification 8)

    My apologies to everyone in here for over quoting " too much" in my previous comment . It's just that I'm still a bit new within the forum and still trying to learn way to quote and write over specific comments .
    Sorry again guys , my bad .... :wall:

    :dance4: Wa

    Quoted from "ossubtus"




    voleysinfrontera,

    as they say in english, variety is the spice of life. i think karch is biased since he's a blond, he picks them.

    seriously, i just watched the match. CHN's problem was mostly in passing and zhang changning struggled a lot there. US played really well though. zhu ting was not used enough.

    Are u from like 80's? Oh poor Karch.

    Quoted from "ossubtus"




    voleysinfrontera,

    as they say in english, variety is the spice of life. i think karch is biased since he's a blond, he picks them.

    seriously, i just watched the match. CHN's problem was mostly in passing and zhang changning struggled a lot there. US played really well though. zhu ting was not used enough.

    Are u from like 80's? Oh poor Karch.

    Quoted from "ossubtus"




    voleysinfrontera,

    as they say in english, variety is the spice of life. i think karch is biased since he's a blond, he picks them.

    seriously, i just watched the match. CHN's problem was mostly in passing and zhang changning struggled a lot there. US played really well though. zhu ting was not used enough.

    Are u from like 80's? Oh poor Karch.

    Quoted from "ossubtus"




    voleysinfrontera,

    as they say in english, variety is the spice of life. i think karch is biased since he's a blond, he picks them.

    seriously, i just watched the match. CHN's problem was mostly in passing and zhang changning struggled a lot there. US played really well though. zhu ting was not used enough.

    Are u from like 80's? Oh poor Karch.

    Quoted from "ossubtus"




    voleysinfrontera,

    as they say in english, variety is the spice of life. i think karch is biased since he's a blond, he picks them.

    seriously, i just watched the match. CHN's problem was mostly in passing and zhang changning struggled a lot there. US played really well though. zhu ting was not used enough.

    Are u from like 80's? Oh poor Karch.

    Quoted from "ossubtus"




    voleysinfrontera,

    as they say in english, variety is the spice of life. i think karch is biased since he's a blond, he picks them.

    seriously, i just watched the match. CHN's problem was mostly in passing and zhang changning struggled a lot there. US played really well though. zhu ting was not used enough.

    Are u from like 80's? Oh poor Karch.

    Quoted from "ossubtus"




    voleysinfrontera,

    as they say in english, variety is the spice of life. i think karch is biased since he's a blond, he picks them.

    seriously, i just watched the match. CHN's problem was mostly in passing and zhang changning struggled a lot there. US played really well though. zhu ting was not used enough.

    Are u from like 80's? Oh poor Karch.

    Lol way to go blondies!!!!

    Quoted from "USAvolleyfan"




    All blondes on court right now for the USA

    who do you mean? i wouldn't say kreklow is a blond.

    and yes, the US team is too blond. that's why we need hagglund(s), jackson, adams, hildebrand, murphy, hodge and hooker there...

    Quoted from "USAvolleyfan"




    All blondes on court right now for the USA

    who do you mean? i wouldn't say kreklow is a blond.

    and yes, the US team is too blond. that's why we need hagglund(s), jackson, adams, hildebrand, murphy, hodge and hooker there...

    And what's the problem for most of the team being blond? I saw them live in Omaha , and the look beautiful ! :heart:

    I don't think it's a freaking dessert whatsoever ( helloooo, it's the world's richest country ) , but imagine taking an American futball torment to China. Do you really think it's going to be as successful as others sports are ? Don't think so ... I personally think it's a matter of culture . Glad tho, that fivb is working along with USA volleyball to little by little start bringing bigger tournaments to the US. :win:


    i know, brahmin, why they did it there, i'm just saying if it were closer to me, i could have gone… although the teams were not at their full …


    it's like with athletics (track and field), the US is such a freaking desert...

    Russia has to understand for once and for all that modern volleyball is not only about hitting hard the ball. A good reception is need , as well as good serve and defense....Lets see how they do in front of bigger teams like USA, China ( A team) , and Brazil.

    i dont understand whats the big deal with the names. We all know that Asian names are very hard to pronounce indeed, so I guess is way easier for some teams to refer to them by numbers.


    I dont see the disrespecful side of it whatsoever. As someone said before, volleyball players have enough with volleyball already, to start memorizing and learning each player's name.