Author: Tadeas Bajusz

Zenit Kazan Won Russian Cup, Ready For World Club Championship

Zenit Kazan managed to recover from the losing his record winning series and after thrilling final against Kuzbass Kamerowo won Russian Cup. It is already third trophy for Russian giant this year and in the upcoming World Club Championship Zenit wishes to again win this competition. Last weekend Zenit lost his record series, when he managed to remain one year unbeaten with 64 consecutive victories, but the beginner in the Russian league Zenit St. Petersburg managed to overpressure his counterpart and after outstanding team effort together with the power of its star Camejo won the duel 3:1 in front...

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Volleyball Stars in Asian Volleyball Leagues

Dante, Kaziyski, Savani, Kurek, Simon…those are not just names of best volleyball players in the World in certain periods, but also the names of players who got in touch with Asian volleyball. Asian volleyball leagues prove increasing quality over past seasons and thanks to financial stability attract attention of best word players. All in all Asian volleyball is on the rise and is visible also on the international level thanks to the success of national representations. There are several important differences among local volleyball leagues of Asia and the rich states with longer volleyball tradition (Japan or South Korea)...

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5 Volleyball Legends We Should Always Remember

Before the beginning of club season, the discussions concentrated mainly on the top players starting in their new clubs. Anyway as the polish website WP reminds, this volleyball year have started also without several legendary players, who played their last matches in a previous season and therefore the volleyball is going to miss some of its iconic characters. Paweł Zagumny The celebrity of polish volleyball and the unreplaceable brain of Polish national team Paweł Zagumny decided to end his volleyball career. As 39 years old he would like to start a new chapter of his career as a volleyball...

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Who Are the Favorites of Italian Seria A1?

In one week is starting the first round of Italian Seria A1, which is considered as the most prestigious volleyball league in the world. Several important transfers have been made and most of the teams participated in them. It can hopefully mean not just growing thrillingness, but also growing financial stability of Italian teams. Although many teams could fight for the highest ranking, there are still few favorites… Modena Volley One of the aspirators on the gold will be the club from Northern Italy Modena. Thanks to new 3 years contract with company Errea as well as thanks to...

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    Schedule: http://www.cev.lu/Competition-Area/compe…D=1034&PID=1548 The competition will start this week. For the upper half of the draw, Belgorod looks like the clear favourite, especially considering Resovia's latest performances. On first view, the lower half looks a bit more balanced with decent teams like Ziraat, Verona, Montpellier, United Volleys or even Neftochemik. Pretty tough first round battle between […]
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    I am not sure if there's a thread like this but whatever. So in your opinion... who are the best characters that could play volleyball like play in a way that could break the game. So before you vote.... Here are the rules... 1. No flying characters(Superman, Hawkgirl) 2. No superhuman strength ability cause they'll […]