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Mensaje #21 por Lloyd » 30 Jun 2012, 20:22

The Netherlands shuts out Slovakia to make it to the final in Ankara
2012 CEV Volleyball European League - Men


Ankara, Turkey, June 30, 2012. The team of the Netherlands became the first one to secure a place in the big final of the 2012 CEV Volleyball European League - Men. The Oranjes shut out the reigning champion of the competition Slovakia by 3:0 (25-15, 25-23, 26-24) in the early semifinal at Baskent Volleyball Hall in the Turkish capital Ankara.

The first set was pretty even through the first technical time-out. Then the Dutch scored 6 points in a row with Humphrey Krolis behind the serving line to move the result from 9-8 to 15-8 and set the tone for the rest of the set. While the Dutch attacks were very efficient, the Slovaks made too many unforced errors and had difficulties breaking through the opponents’ block. Edwin Benne’s team continued to extend the gap and a successful spike by Thijs Ter Horst closed the set at an impressive 25-15.

Slovakia stepped up its blocking efforts in the second set and this resulted in a way more disputed battle on the court. Both teams increased the power of their serves, but this proved to be more useful to the Oranjes as they piled 3 aces in this set. The win in this second part was up for grabs almost through the entire set, but in the end it was Jelte Maan who put the ball on the floor twice in a row to score the 24th and the 25th points for the Netherlands.

Already two sets behind, the Slovaks tried to come back into the match in the third. With improved collaboration between setter Branislav Skladany and opposite Milan Bencz they were able to pull a 5-point lead at 12-7, but it did not last long. The score was tied again at 13-13 and then it was a roller-coaster through the end of the set. Prolific serving by the Netherlands (5 aces in this set!) and some good blocking by Slovakia produced a few changes in the lead, but in the end it was again Jelte Maan whose spiking efforts brought his team the success in the conclusive moments of the match.

Maan was the best scorer of the winning team with 13 points, while Bencz scored 2 more to claim the top of the scorers’ chart in this match.

”I congratulate the Dutch team for their performance today. They played better and deserved to win the match,” Slovak captain Branislav Skladany adnitted. ”It was a tough match. We played with young players like Nimir Abdel-Aziz, and I believe we did a good job, Dutch captain Jeroen Rauwerdink added. ”We served and received well throughout the match. We had some difficulties in reception in the final set, but after the second technical time-out we took control and were successful in the end.”

”The Netherlands put more heart into this game,” Stefan Chritansky, head coach of Slovakia, stated. ”We did not do well enough in reception and serving. Although we were in the lead in the last set, we could not finish it successfully. Our players were not so good, especially mentally.” Dutch mentor Edwin Benne, on the other hand, was very satisfied with the game and the result: ”We were more eager to win. I am happy with our team’s performance, especially in serving and reception. We are trying to add to our performance after each match. We are now looking forward to the final match tomorrow.”

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Mensaje #22 por Lloyd » 30 Jun 2012, 20:28

A dramatic win sends Turkey to its first European League final ever!
2012 CEV Volleyball European League - Men

Ankara, Turkey, June 30, 2012. The home team will battle the Netherlands in the big final of the 2012 CEV Volleyball European League – Men, scheduled to take place tomorrow afternoon in Ankara. The national team of Turkey qualified for its first ever final in the history of the competition after a dramatic 3:2 (28-26, 25-13, 24-26, 20-25, 18-16) victory in today’s semifinal against Spain. In a repeat of last year’s final, this time Spain and Slovakia will have to lock horns in a duel for the bronze.

With Iban Perez and Jorge Fernandez performing well in spiking and blocking respectively, the Spaniards seemed to be well in control of the first set. They reached a comfortable 5-point lead at 10-5 and were able to maintain it through the second technical time-out. Cheered by the home crowd on the stands, however, the Turks gradually started peeling down Spain’s advantage with great effort by Serhat Coşkun in offence. The score was tied at 23-23 and the exchange of point for point continued until an ace by Emre Batur gave Turkey the lead, to be followed by Coşkun’s final blast that made the crowd ecstatic at 28-26.

Inspired by this turnaround, the home team kept the adrenalin running and completely took over the second set. Veljko Basic’s squad stepped up its blocking performance and greatly reduced its unforced errors, especially in serving. They started piling up a lead and with 5 consecutive points at the end, with captain Ulaş Kɪyak doing a great job from the serving line, the Turks closed the set at an impressive 25-13.

Spain came back to the court very focused and started looking for a comeback. Reducing the number of its mistakes, it was able to open a 4-point gap at 10-6 soon after the beginning of set 3. Turkey responded with some prolific spiking by Batur, evened the score at 12-12 and took the lead at 14-13. Spain stayed close behind, but at 24-23 the home team was at match-point. As a ball reflected by the Spanish block was flying on its way out of the court and the crowd was ready to erupt, Batur unexpectedly dove in an attempt to dig it out – point for Spain. This is where the team mentored by Fernando Muňoz Benitez started its great comeback. It took the next two points to win the set and stay alive.

In set 4 Spain had the psychological advantage. It overcame an early 2-point lead for Turkey and after taking over at 14-13 it never let go. Setter Guillermo Hernan was doing a great job utilizing Spain’s attackers and in the end it was a hit by Gustavo Delgado that put the ball down for 25-20.

It was time for a tie-break..., and what a tie-break it was! Continuing to be inspired by the support form the stands, Turkey started very strong, it took the lead and extended it to 4 points at 10-6 and then again at 13-9 with great contribution from Coşkun’s spiking performance. At 14-11 the home team was once again at match-point. But the end was nowhere near... Once more, Spain resurrected from the dead to even things out at 14-14. The Iberians were able to save two more match-points for Turkey, but then it was the kill block by Emin Gök that finally sent the home guys to the final.

Coşkun scored a total of 27 points to become the most prolific player of the match. Batur added another 22. Perez was Spain’s top scorer with 17 points.

”It is an important win for Turkish volleyball,” captain of the home team Ulaş Kɪyak said. ”It was also a very interesting match for the spectators. We won the first two sets, but then we slowed down while Spain started playing better. They did not give up until the very end which shows what a strong team they are. We are a young team and we should learn not to make easy mistakes.” ”One should not make stupid mistakes in an important match like this,” Spanish captain Guillermo Hernan agreed. ”The middle of the first set was the key point of the match for us, because this is when we started making our stupid mistakes. We look forward to our match tomorrow.”

Head coach of Spain Fernando Muňoz Benitez shares this opinion: ”We started well, but then we made too many errors and could not control the match. In some parts of the game we played well, but in others we played badly.” His counterpart in the Turkish team Veljko Basic thanked the opponents for contributing to such an interesting game: ”They forced us to play better and better until the last ball of the match,” he explained. ”My players won the first two sets and too soon they assumed that the match was already over. But this is normal for a young team like this. We did a good thing for the future of men’s volleyball in Turkey. I am happy to play in the final match tomorrow.”

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Mensaje #23 por Lloyd » 30 Jun 2012, 20:41

No me esperaba lo de Turquía, si que fue un sorpresón, pero espero que Holanda no falle y se lleve el titulo. Para equipos de segunda en la WL ya tenemos a Portugal, no quiero otro equipo de segunda como Turquía.

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Mensaje #24 por IVAN JIMMY » 01 Jul 2012, 00:54


sábado, 30 de junio de 2012



LIGA EUROPEA-M: ESLOVAQUIA Y ESPAÑA LE DIJERON ADIÓS AL TÍTULO



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[highlight=#NaNNaNNaN]Este sábado comenzó el Final Four de la Liga Europea masculina en Ankara, Turquía, y los dos últimos finalistas quedaron eliminados. El campeón defensor Eslovaquia cayó 3-0 ante una Holanda que está muy fuerte, y el local superó 3-2 al subcampeón y máximo candidato España, que había perdido tan solo un partido en la fase previa.[/highlight]

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En el primer turno, Holanda superó a Eslovaquia por 3-0 con parciales de 25-15, 25-23 y 26-24. La naranja, bien parada desde el saque (8 aces) y bloqueo (8) y con un bajísimo margen de error en ataque, dejó eliminado al último campeón. Si bien el buen funcionamiento durante la Fase de Grupos preveía un gran partido y seria posibilidades para ambos, la contundencia en el marcador sorprendió a varios.

Más tarde, y a ante casi 3 mil personas, Turquía dejó afuera a España, el candidatos de todos. El conjunto español cayó 28-26, 25-13, 24-26, 20-25 y 18-16. Pese a que había perdido tan solo un partido en la fase previa, España no pudo ante el local y dejó escapar su chance, como lo había hecho en la última edición cuando perdió con Eslovaquia en la Final.
Así, Holanda, campeón en 2006, irá por el título ante Turquía, bronce en 2010. España y Eslovaquia van por el tercer lugar

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Mensaje #27 por Lloyd » 01 Jul 2012, 08:01

España gana el tercer lugar

Ya comenzo la final.

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Mensaje #28 por Chivol » 01 Jul 2012, 11:01

Holanda gano por un ajustado 3x2 al aguerrido equipo de Turquia y con un 26-24 en el 5to set bajó las ilusiones turcas, los parciales fueron (25-16; 25-15; 22-25; 23-25; 26-24)

Bien por Holanda que es un equipo tradicional en el deporte, incluso campeon olimpico en el 96 y bien tambien por lo que puede ser una nueva fuerza emergente que seria el equipo turco, en el femenino las turcas ya se instalaron dentro de las paises emergentes, podran los hombres emular su contra parte femenina.? :roll:

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Mensaje #29 por Lloyd » 01 Jul 2012, 16:40

Spain adds another medal to its impressive European League honors
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Ankara, Turkey, July 1, 2012. Spain claimed the bronze medal at the 2012 CEV Volleyball European League – Men to maintain its status as the most decorated team in the history of the competition. The Spaniards defeated Slovakia 3:1 (28-26, 27-29, 25-20, 28-26) in the classification match in the Turkish capital Ankara and deserved their podium place.

Spain was leading the score through almost the entire first set with the gap reaching as many as 6 points at 13-7. Slovakia came back into the set not only to even the score at 20-20, but also to get the first set-point at 24-23 after Spanish coach Fernando Muňoz Benitez decided to give some rest to captain Guillermo Hernan and top spiker Iban Perez. Spain survived this and then two more set-points for Slovakia before Hernan and Perez came back on court. With Jorge Fernandez blocking for the last point his team eventually won the set by 28-26.

Both teams stepped up their efforts in offence and reduced the number of errors in the second set. With Frantisek Ogurcak leading the Slovak attack, his team was able to take an early lead in the set, but only to give it away between the two technical time-outs. However, it was again Slovakia that scored its 24th point first, but it could not utilize four set-points mostly due to serving errors. In an unusual ending, Spain made a rotational error by putting the wrong player on court and presented the set to the opponent at 27-29.

Iban Perez’s attacks continued to give Slovakia a lot of hard time in the third set and helped Spain maintain control of the scoreboard. At 21-16 the Spanish mentor was once again able to give Hernan and Perez some time off. This did not change the status quo on the court and substitute Daniel Rocamora eventually put the last ball on the floor for the final 25-20.

It was time for Slovak setter Branislav Skladany to shine in the fourth set. He organized some great attacking opportunities for Milan Bencz and Peter Kasper and helped his team stay on top throughout this period, or at least until Slovakia once again was not able to take advantage of its two set-points and the score was tied at 25-25. Coach Muňoz had already made his usual substitutions and with essential contribution from them Spain was once again able to prevail. Rocamora brought smiles to his teammates faces by acing for the last point of the match.

Iban Perez topped the scorers’ chart of the game with 22 points for the winning team, while Frantisek Ogurcak was the most prolific Slovak player with 16.

”We wanted to win, but we could not”, Stefan Chrtiansky, head coach of Slovakia, commented. ”Our players were not mentally ready for this battle after yesterday’s loss.” His Spanish counterpart Munoz agreed that matches like this are hard to play. ”Some of our players were tired after the five-set semifinal and this made our victory even more important,” he said. ”We were tactically better than the opponents and this helped us control the game. It was a tough tournament for us and I am happy to finish in third place.”

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Orange triumph in Ankara as the Dutch win an incredible European League final!
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Ankara, Turkey, July 1, 2012. The Netherlands emerged on Sunday as the winner of the 2012 CEV Volleyball European League – Men! The Dutch earned the golden medals in a mind-blowing final in Ankara that ended with a thrilling tie-break to produce an incredible 3:2 (25-16, 25-15, 22-25, 23-25, 26-24) over home team Turkey. The team of Edwin Benne will now get a chance to earn a 2013 FIVB World League spot by representing the continent in the upcoming intercontinental qualifications.

The Dutch completely dominated during the first two sets. Fewer errors, better spiking and serving, but mostly unbeatable blocking by the Oranjes contributed to the solid 25-16 and 25-15 final results.

With the home crowd continuing to cheer their team on despite the negative development, Turkey resurrected in the third set. Serhat Coşkun was leading the Turkish offence as the score went back and forth through 21-21. Veljko Basic’s squad was more concentrated in the conclusive rallies of the set to win it by 25-22.

In the fourth set the Netherlands seemed to be reinforcing the tone of the first two as it quickly piled up a 5-point advantage at 7-2 that it was able to maintain through 14-9. However, the spectators on the stands continued to pump the necessary adrenalin into the Turkish players’ veins and they gradually came back to tie the score at 22-22. Three rallies later they were already in the lead to eventually win it by 25-23 and prompt a tie-break.

And what a tie-break it was! After a few changes in the lead and Turkey holding a 3-point advantage at 11-8, it was the Netherlands that got to the first match-point. But the end was nowhere near. Turkey survived nine chances for the opponent to win the match and missed two of its own. It was finally over at an incredible 26-24 and the Dutch were triumphant.

Emre Batur became the top scorer of the match with 21 points for Turkey as Serhat Coşkun added another 19. Humphrey Krolis scored 18 points for the Netherlands.

”The Dutch were better than we expected in the first two sets, but we played well in the next three sets,” Turkish captain Ulaş Kiyak stated after the award ceremony was over. ”What is more important than whether we won or lost this match is that we will be better in the future.” Dutch counterpart Jeroen Rauwerdink added: ”We were impressed by Turkey’s performance yesterday and we knew that we had a tough game ahead of us. Although we played so well in the first two sets, then we slowed down, but still won the match. It is an important success for us to earn gold in a tournament like this.”

”This was like yesterday’s match for us,” head coach of Turkey Veljko Basic commented. ”I started seeing my real team from the third set one. Whether you call it chance or human choice, we could not finish the tie-break as we wanted, but, nevertheless, this is the biggest success for Turkey in men’s volleyball. We can say that the best team won this competition.” Dutch mentor Edwin Benne paid back the compliments: ”Both of us, coaches, should be proud of our teams after a match like this. I never thought it would be easy, even after the first two sets. We have not played a game like this for many years. It is an amazing emotion to win such a battle. I think that, step by step, our team is getting better and better.”

Individual awards

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Emre Batur (TUR)
Best Scorer: Serhat Coşkun (TUR)
Best Spiker: Iban Perez (ESP)
Best Server: Nimir Abdel-Aziz (NED)
Best Blocker: Jorge Fernandez Valcarcel (ESP)
Best Receiver: Gustavo Delgado Escribano (ESP)
Best Setter: Nimir Abdel-Aziz (NED)
Best Libero: Gijs Jorna (NED)

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