Russia team for World League 2014

vtnklmdc 2014-05-01 • 6993 views • 14
 
Russia team for World League 2014

 

 

Representation of Russia in World League 2014:
Setters:
Dmitry Kovalev, Sergei Makarov, Sergei Grankin
Opposite Hitters:
Nikolay Pavlov, Maksim Mikhailov, Maksim Żigałow, Denis Ziemczonok
Outside Hitters:
Taras Chtiej, Yevgeny Siwożelez, Denis Biryukov, Alexey Spriridonow, Sergei Sawin, Dmitry Ilinych, Alexei Rodiczew
Middle Blockers:
Nikolai Apalikov, Alexei Ostapienko, Artiom Smolar, Dmitry Muserskij, Artiom Wołwicz
Liberos:
Alexey Verbov, Artiom Jermakow, Valentin Golubev

 

Wilfredo_is_MarshallRS 4490 20
5 years ago
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No Poletaev yet.
VovinRU 47 2
5 years ago
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@Wilfredo_is_Marshall: So young, only 19 yo, he hasn't played during a season, because was 3rd opposite in Zenit
Wilfredo_is_MarshallRS 4490 20
5 years ago
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@Vovin: but he played good during the Russian Finals. By the way, Poletaev is 18.

Last edited by Wilfredo_is_Marshall 5 years ago.

aleksaffRS 52 2
5 years ago
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can someone write the clubs for which they are playing
VovinRU 47 2
5 years ago
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Setters
1. Kovalev (1991, 198, Prikamie)
2. Makarov (1980, 196, Kuzbass)
5. Grankin (1985, 195, Dinamo Moscow)

Opposite
7. Pavlov (1982, 196, Gubernia)
17. Mikhailov (1988, 202, Zenit)
19. Zhigalov (1989, 201, Belogorie)
22. Zemchyonok (1987, 202, Dinamo Krasnodar)

Outside hitters
4. Htey (1982, 205, Belogorie)
6. Sivozhelez (1986, 196, Zenit)
8. Biryukov (1988, 202, Dinamo Moscow)
9. Spiridonov (1988, 196, Fakel)
10. Savin (1988, 201, Gubernia)
15. Ilinykh (1987, 201, Belogorie)
18. Rodichev (1988, 196, Yugra)

Blockers
3. Apalikov (1982, 203, Zenit)
11. Ostapenko (1986, 208, Gubernia)
12. Smolyar (1985, 209, Yugra)
13. Muserskiy (1988, 218, Belogorie)
14. Volvich (1990, 208, Lokomotiv Novosibirsk)

Liberos
16. Verbov (1982, 183, Zenit)
20. Ermakov (1982, 188, Dinamo Moscow)
21. Golubev (1992, 190, Lokomotiv Novosibirsk)

from Russian volleyball federation http://www.volley.ru/news/9273/

Last edited by Vovin 5 years ago.

qsekPL 870 10
5 years ago
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what with Alexandr Volkov? I heard he has bad injury again, is this true?
andyzUS 130 2
5 years ago
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ya, volkov needs another knee surgery: meniscus tear
VovinRU 47 2
5 years ago
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@andyz: Just long recovery from old injury, he plays only a few sets not whole game.
UPD: yes, really new injury, with the smae knee

Last edited by Vovin 5 years ago.

joe27TH 20 5
5 years ago
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i miss Alexander Butko. why not him in russia team?
Volleyball ExplainedBG 44 4
5 years ago
+1
I think that every team has the right to have only two players which are naturalized from another country - in this case these players are Muserski and Pavlov (ukrainians).
VovinRU 47 2
5 years ago
+1
@rkk: Yes, only 1 foreign player. In this team this is Pavlov, so without Butko. Also without young setters from Surgut, which had good season
Volleyball ExplainedBG 44 4
5 years ago
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@Vovin: Yep, my mistake - Muserski has ukrainian origin, but he is Russian by birth.
freemysticPH 21 2
5 years ago
+2
This team is scary. After the Rio Olympics in 2016, the next generation of players, including Zhigalov, Poletaev, Kovalev, Golubev, Volvich, and presumably Laurent Alekno will be donning the Russian tricolors in Tokyo. The Russians play the same brand of volleyball so it's very easy for the coach to train them. After the 2012 London Olympics, the quality of volleyball in this country has been on the ascent. It's no wonder that the best players in the world today regard the Russian League as the strongest in the world.
Volleyball ExplainedBG 44 4
5 years ago
+1
@freemystic: Pavel Pankov - too...
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