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Finland shocks Belgium (3-0)

Finland shocks Belgium (3-0)

Innsbruck, Austria, September 12, 2011. After Monday’s first match in Innsbruck in Pool C, the „Suomi“ certainly thought – „he laughs best that laughs last“. Finland beat Belgium 3-0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-22) and secured their ticket for the playoff matches in Vienna.

2011 CEV Volleyball European Championship – Men

Finland seems to be a real expert in lighting starts. Like in yesterday’s match against Italy they took an early lead. Well-prepared by Coach Daniel Castellani, they exactly knew what to do and showed an amazing block-performance in first set (5 points). Belgium started very poorly and played with less fighting spirit than the days before. Finland didn’t get in any troubles to win the first set (25-21).

In the second set Belgium finally realized the seriousness of the situation, tried to come back, but seemed helpless. Belgium’s defense wasn’t able to adapt to Finland’s opposite Mikko Oivanen, who scored just as he liked. Even though there were some critical moments for Finlan
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Fans are here to stay

Fans are here to stay
Volleyball stars may change. So may the whole volleyball teams but volleyball fans are here to stay.
 
We interviewed fans to be seen in the KV Arena:
Estonian fans had to cover 1,800 kilometers from their homeland to the Czech Republic. Almost five hundred of them clad in blue have been supporting consistently Estonia.
 
“It is clear who we are. Our volleyball federation announced a sale of special T-shirts just for this EuroVolley. We play and like our team so we bought them for EUR 25 a piece. Of course, our next motivation was good Czech beer.”
 
Russians, interestingly, missed a massive crowd in the KV Arena.
“I arrived from Moscow, my friend from Voronez. We simply like our team so much. What about the others? I don´t know. I think it was obvious our team will go on. Maybe all the Russian fans are coming to Vienna.”
 
Local fans may be distinguished through flags marked with the names of little Czech villages as well as big towns. Equipped with drums and cheerleading
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Distinguished Guests at Mayor of the Karlovy Vary Spa

Distinguished Guests at Mayor of the Karlovy Vary Spa

Ing. Petr Kulhánek, mayor of the Karlovy Vary Spa received in the town hall the top representatives of CEV and leaders of the delegations present on the matches of European Championship pool B today, on September 12th, 2011. Gathering was attended by President of CEV, Mr. André Meyer, CEV Vice-president, Mr. Renato Arena, Czech CEV Vice-president, Mr. Jan Hronek and others. Among participants of this friendly meet, there were also the representatives of the Czech volleyball federation, its President Mr. Zdeněk Haník and Vice-president M. Robert Urbánek. Also some other top volleyball officials took part, namely member of FIVB Executive Board and President of Volleyball federation of Portugal, Mr. Vicente Araujo and member of the CEV Board of Administration and general secretary of Russian Volleyball Federation, Mr. Vladimir Patkin.

In a friendly atmosphere Mr. Meyer thanked to the city of Karlovy Vary and its leadership for the significant support of competition organization and through
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Slovenia rallies to beat Turkey

Slovenia rallies to beat Turkey

Vienna, Austria, September 12, 2011. Slovenia nearly gave away a 2-0 lead against Turkey on Monday in Vienna’s Stadthalle, but rallied in the fifth set to secure the second spot in group A. Still the Turkish team, that also moves up to the play off stage, has made a lot of new fans with it’s mental toughness ans aspiring play.

Like in their previous two games the Slovenians proved that they were tactically well prepared. By consequently picking out the weakest Turkish receivers and with good percentages in reception they pulled away early and never looked back, winning the first set 25-18.

The Turks improved in the second set especially in reception, but still came up short 23-25. A big factor in the Slovenian game was again Alen Sket who at this point had already scored 13 points, many of them in vital moments.

The course of the game took an unexpected turn when Turkey jumped to a 16-9-lead in the third set. Propelled by Batur and Dünge the attack worked almost perfectly, while Slovenian t
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Turkey shocks Austria in straight sets

Turkey shocks Austria in straight sets

Austria lost it’s second EuroVolley-game on Sunday in front of 5.500 sepctators in Vienna’s Stadthalle to Turkey 0:3 (21:25, 22:25, 20:25). On Monday the home team faces the strong Serbians who sit on top of Pool A after the second day of competition.

The EuroVolley Co-host held it’s own in the first set, but still fell behind early. Not long after the first technical time-out the team of head coach Michael warm was back in the game. At the end of the set the Turks stepped up their game once again and secured the 1:0-lead.

Also in the second set the Austrians played at one level with their opponents. Again the home team suffered from some bad moments, when they had to give up consecutive points. Montpellier-player Philipp Schneider did his best with eight points in this set, but also strong play couldn’t keep his team from falling behind 0:2.

Propelled by the fantastic crowd the Austrians didn’t give up and showed their best in the third set. Even though they went up 14:10 Binder, Ga
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