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    MUNDIAL DE CLUBES - QATAR 2009

    Mensaje por PAULPERU el Mar Oct 27, 2009 9:44 pm

    Hola chicos ya falta poquito para q comienzo este torneo q se realizara en la cuidad de Doha - Qatar del 3 al 8 de noviembre

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    Mensaje por PAULPERU el Mar Oct 27, 2009 9:47 pm

    FIVB Men’s Club World Championship returns after 17-year hiatus

    Lausanne, June 13, 2009 - The FIVB Men's Club World Championship featuring eight of the world's best Volleyball clubs will take place from November 3-8 in Qatar after organizers signed a new contract to host the event with the FIVB on Saturday.

    Qatar Volleyball Association President Dr. Abdula Al-Mal, Qatar Ambassador Abdula Al-Dosari, Kuwaiti FIVB Board Member Hamza Al Failakawi, and Qatar Volleyball Association General Secretary Faraj Moftah Al-Abdulla visited FIVB headquarters in Lausanne to ink the deal with FIVB 2nd Executive Vice President Theofanis Tsiokris.

    "The QVA has received great support from all the Qatari authorities, especially from the Qatar National Olympic Committee, to help make this event a reality," said Dr. Al-Mal. "The Club World Championship in Doha in November will make Volleyball one of the elite sporting events organized by our country.

    "We will work diligently every day to produce a world-class event that will showcase the best of what Volleyball has to offer. We thank the FIVB for this wonderful opportunity."

    Qatar initially agreed to host the event last year but withdrew its offer in May citing financial difficulties. While the FIVB entered into talks with other nations interested in holding the competition, Qatari organizers continued to look for backing to support the championship.

    "The FIVB is very satisfied to sign this contract with our friends at the QVA and we strongly believe that Volleyball will make massive inroads in all Arab countries thanks to this great and important event in Doha," said Tsiokris.

    The FIVB Men's Club Championship is returning to the international calendar after a 17-year gap.


    FIVB MEN'S CLUB WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

    1989 - First edition: Parma, ITALY: December 9-10, 1989
    1. Maxicono Parma (ITA)

    2. CSKA Moscow (URS)

    3. CA Pirelli Sao Paulo (BRA)

    4. EC Banespa Sao Paulo (BRA)
    5. Nippon Steel (JPN)
    6. CS Sfaxien (TUN)

    1990 - Second edition: Milan, ITALY: December 1-2, 1990
    1. Mediolanum Milano (ITA
    2. Banespa Sao Paulo (BRA)

    3. Maxicono Parma (ITA)

    4. Il Messaggero Ravenna (ITA)

    5. CSKA Moscow (URS)

    6. Philips Modena (ITA)

    7. ASP Mahad (ALG)

    8. J.T. Hiroshima (JPN)

    1991 - Third edition: Sao Paulo, BRAZIL: October 22-27, 1991
    1. Il Messaggero Ravenna (ITA)

    2. ECBanespa Sao Paulo (BRA)

    3. Mediolanum Milano (ITA)

    4. AA Frangosul (BRA)

    5. Taiwan (TPE)

    6. CSKA Moscow (RUS)

    7. Club Africane (TUN)

    8. Naranjito (PUR)

    1992 - Fourth edition: Treviso, ITALY: November 28-29, 1992
    1. Misura Mediolanum Milano (ITA)

    2. Sisley Treviso (ITA)

    3. Olympiakos Pireo (GRE)

    4. Il Messaggero Ravenna (ITA)

    5. Sang Mu (KOR)

    5. Banespa Sao Paulo (BRA)

    7. Club Africane (TUN)

    7. Corozal (PUR)


    Última edición por PAULPERU el Mar Oct 27, 2009 10:07 pm, editado 2 veces

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    Re: MUNDIAL DE CLUBES - QATAR 2009

    Mensaje por Xebaxtian el Mar Oct 27, 2009 9:53 pm

    Asumare no leo naaaaa Suspect

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    COMPETITION SYSTEM
    The tornament consists of two rounds with 16 matches in total.

    Preliminary Round: 12 matches

    Final Round: 4 matches


    PRELIMINARY ROUND


    Two pools (A&B) are composed of four (4) teams each, with teams playing each other in a Round Robin format to determine the overall ranking and classification from 1st to 4th.

    Teams ranked 3rd and 4th in each preliminary pool (A3,A4 & B3,B4) will be eliminated and attributed with a 5th place finish.


    FINAL ROUND (Semi–Finals & Finals)

    Semi-finals: The team ranked 1st in Pool A after the preliminary round will play against the team ranked 2nd in Pool B. The team ranked 1st in Pool B after the preliminary round will play against the team ranked 2nd in Pool A.

    Finals: The losers of the semi-final matches will play-off for 3rd & 4th places. The winners of the semi-final matches will contest the final for 1st & 2nd places.


    GOLDEN FORMULA

    For the first time in an FIVB tournament, a new rule will be trialled during the FIVB Men's Club World Volleyball Championship Doha 2009 in order to “keep the ball flying” and add value to a rally for the spectator.

    The Golden Formula playing system requires that the first attack for each team begins from the back row in an attempt to produce longer rallies.

    For more info visit:
    http://www.volleyballgoldenformula.com

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    Re: MUNDIAL DE CLUBES - QATAR 2009

    Mensaje por Xebaxtian el Mar Oct 27, 2009 9:58 pm

    Oigan que pasa soy yo o se ve todo chiquito??? Shocked

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    Mensaje por PAULPERU el Mar Oct 27, 2009 10:12 pm

    Match Schedule

    Pool A
    1TRENTINO BETCLIC (ITA) vs. ZAMALEK (EGY)3-Nov11:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    2ZENIT KAZAN (RUS) vs. COROZAL (PUR)3-Nov16:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    5ZAMALEK (EGY) vs. COROZAL (PUR)4-Nov11:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    6TRENTINO BETCLIC (ITA) vs. ZENIT KAZAN (RUS) 4-Nov16:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    9ZENIT KAZAN (RUS) vs. ZAMALEK (EGY) 5-Nov11:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    10COROZAL (PUR) vs. TRENTINO BETCLIC (ITA) 5-Nov16:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    Pool B
    3PGE SKRA BELCHATOW (POL) vs. AL-ARABI (QAT)3-Nov18:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    4PAYAKAN (IRI) vs. CIMED (BRA)3-Nov20:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    7AL-ARABI (QAT) vs. CIMED (BRA)4-Nov18:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    8PGE SKRA BELCHATOW (POL) vs. PAYAKAN (IRI) 4-Nov20:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    11PAYAKAN (IRI) vs. AL-ARABI (QAT) 5-Nov18:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall
    12CIMED (BRA) vs. PGE SKRA BELCHATOW (POL) 5-Nov20:00Doha Aspire Zone Indoor Hall

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    Corozal begin journey for FIVB Men's Club World Championship

    Lausanne, Switzerland, October 29, 2009 - The Puerto Rico national club champions Corozal left home soil on Thursday to undertake the two day journey to Doha, Qatar for the FIVB Men’s Club World Championships which runs from November 3-8.

    Expected time of arrival is Saturday afternoon (local time) for the Puerto Ricans after more than two days of flying.

    Besides Puerto Rico, also participating in the Championships are clubs from Italy, Egypt, Russia, Brazil, Poland, Iran and Qatar.

    Corozal is composed by Fernando Morales (captain), Henry Escalante, Joseph Gil, Matt Mackinney, Jason Octave, David Menendez, Ezequiel Cruz, Fernando Barron, Dariel Rosario Rolon Harry and Joel Rivera.

    The 2009 FIVB Men’s Club World Championships is the third time that Puerto Rico has participated in this crucial club tournament. In 1991, Naranjito Changos played in Brazil and in 1992 in Italy, Corozal was the representative.

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    Injuries plague PGE Skra Belchatow ahead of Club World Championship

    Lausanne, October 30, 3009 -There’s been good news and bad news for Polish champions PGE Skra Belchatow in the run-up to the 2009 FIVB Men's Club World Volleyball Championship, which will take place in Doha, Qatar in the first week of November.

    The Polish champions got their season off to a strong start by beating Pamapol Wielun 3-1 and Asseco Resovia Rzeszow 3-2 in mid-October.

    Pamapol is a newcomer to the PlusLiga, but Asseco Resovia finished second last season and its bosses expect the team to be a serious title challenger again this year.

    “We are quite happy with both matches,” said PGE Skra coach Jacek Nawrocki. “Especially the match versus Resovia, a replay of last year's final, which was very entertaining, and the level was very high, but we are still making too many mistakes.

    “I expect PGE Skra to play even better,” added Nawrocki, who took over as coach in the offseason after three years as assistant to Daniel Castellani, the new coach of the Polish Men’s National Team.

    But while the team has got off to a successful start to its league campaign, it recently learned that Michal Winiarski would not return to the lineup until December 15 at the earliest. Winiarski is still suffering from a shoulder injury he acquired last season while playing for Italian outfit Trentino BetClick.

    “Michal will be excluded from our roster for the Club World Championship, so he will not play against his former club in Doha. We want to give him as much time as he requires to be fully fit,” said PGE Skra President Konrad Piechocki.

    “In the Polish league we also started without two opposites, Mariusz Wlazly and Jakub Novotny, but they have already resumed training. We hope that at least one of them will play in Doha,” Piechocki said.

    In the PlusLiga, PGE Skra often plays with no opposite, using three wingers.

    “Stephane Antiga, Bartosz Kurek and Michal Bakiewicz are clever and flexible, they understand this system. Of course, it is not ideal, but we were forced to play similar to Italian team Piacenza. I am not sure what system we will choose in Qatar,” Nawrocki said.

    “We are a little concerned about the Golden Formula rule. We have practiced it only two hours a week as we cannot devote more time to it than that. Our league matches are too important for us at the moment,” Nawrocki added.

    PGE Skra fans are very happy with the form of the team’s two middle-blockers, Daniel Plinski and Marcin Mozdzonek. The duo recorded a total of 32 killing blocks in the first two matches and scored an impressive 98 points in 9 sets.

    The rising star of Polish and European Volleyball, 21-year-old Bartosz Kurek, scored 94 points for PGE Skra and tops the league statistics.


    Find all the stats at www.plusliga.pl

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    Mensaje por peruano1 el Vie Oct 30, 2009 6:18 pm

    CIM / Cimed - Team Composition -BRASIL
    <tr>
    No.NameLastnameShirt NameBirthdateHeightWeightSpikeBlockCountry
    C1 Bruno MossaRezendeBruno 2/07/1986 19076323302 BRA
    2 ROBSONFAZIO25/04/19790000 BRA
    3 Ialisson CesarMello De AmorimIalisson 6/05/1986205893580 BRA
    8 Ivan LuisFAGUNDES WALTERIVAN 16/02/1982189823410 BRA
    9 RenatoRussomanno Dos SantosRenato 5/01/1983196923540 BRA
    10 Thiago SoaresAlvesThiago 26/07/198619488330308 BRA
    L11 Marioda Silva Pedreira JuniorMario 5/03/198219291330321 BRA
    12 GuilhermeHageHage 28/10/198819990325315 BRA
    15 Cassio LeandroPereiraLeandro 7/12/197118482323311 BRA
    16 EderCarboneraEder 19/08/1983204101350330 BRA
    17 LucasSaatkampLucas 6/03/1986209101340321 BRA
    18 LEANDROTEIXEIRA DOS SANTOS2/04/19820000 BRA

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    Mensaje por peruano1 el Vie Oct 30, 2009 6:20 pm

    ZAMALEK
    <tr>
    No.NameLastnameShirt NameBirthdateHeightWeightSpikeBlockCountry
    1 SalehYoussefS. FATHY 25/07/198219490348326 EGY
    2 KarimSelimKARIM 11/06/198718982327317 EGY
    L3 AhmedAbdelaalA.ABDELAAL 8/06/198919079312307 EGY
    C7 AshrafAbouelhassanASHRAF 17/05/197518487340315 EGY
    9 MohamedAzzabHassan 10/10/198719782337321 EGY
    11 AhmedAfifiYOUSSEF 30/03/198819484337320 EGY
    12 MohamedGabalGABAL 21/01/198419597345320 EGY
    13 MohamedBadawyMoneam 1/11/198619795351335 EGY
    14 AhmedElshikhA. Aly 19/07/1988201833270 EGY
    16 MohamedSeifelnasrM. Aly 9/05/198320590353336 EGY
    17 RedaHaikalREDA 7/11/199019785359340 EGY
    18 TarekEl BoghdadyTAREK 11/02/198919086340329 EGY

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    Mensaje por peruano1 el Vie Oct 30, 2009 6:20 pm

    PAYAKAN
    <tr><td class=style2 width=10 align=left>
    No.NameLastnameShirt NameBirthdateHeightWeightSpikeBlockCountry
    2 MojtabaShabanM.Shaban 18/03/198919286IRI
    3 AmirHOSSEINIA.HOSSEINI 23/07/197518373IRI
    4 MohammadMousavi EraghiM. Mousavi 22/08/198720184IRI
    6 HesamBAKHSHESHIH.BAKHSHESHI 21/03/198420091IRI
    7 AliHOSSEINA.HOSSEIN 28/04/198218070IRI
    8 AhsanollahSHIRKAVANDA.SHIRKAVAND 18/03/198117070IRI
    9 HosseinHASSANPOURH.HASSANPOUR 13/09/198520492IRI
    11 RahmanDavoodiR. DAVOODI 18/02/198819595IRI
    12 Seyed MersadAGHAJANIM.AGHAJANI 11/07/198919087IRI
    13 Mohammad TaherVADIM.T.VADI 10/10/198919272IRI
    14 ArashKamalvandA. KAMALVAND 11/05/198920191IRI
    18 MohammadKazemM.M. KAZEM 28/09/198520092IRI

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    Trentino BetClic
    <tr>
    No.NameLastnameShirt NameBirthdateHeightWeightSpikeBlockCountry
    C1 MateyKaziyskiKaziyski 23/09/198420293370335 BUL
    L2 LorenzoGallostiGallosti 26/09/199018373320305 ITA
    3 EmanueleBirarelliBirarelli 8/02/198120095340316 ITA
    5 OsmanyJuantorena PortuondoJuantorena 12/08/198519078360330 CUB
    6 LukaszZygadloZygadlo 2/08/197920088345325 POL
    7 RaphaelVieira de OliveiraRaphael 14/06/197919086317308 BRA
    8 Leandro Vissotto NevesVissotto 30/04/198321297370345 BRA
    9 AndreaSalaSala 27/12/197820296359340 ITA
    11 TsvetanSokolovSokolov 31/12/1989205100337319 BUL
    12 FrancescoCorsiniCorsini 1/01/197920294356330 ITA
    15 RenaudHerpeHerpe 21/07/197519590345325 FRA
    L16 AndreaBariBari 5/03/198018574327310 ITA

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    PGE Skra Belchatow
    <tr>
    No.NameLastnameShirt NameBirthdateHeightWeightSpikeBlockCountry
    1 MaciejDOBROWOLSKIDOBROWOLSKI 19/03/197719084340326 POL
    C2 MariuszWLAZLYWLAZLY 4/08/198319775362343 POL
    L3 PiotrGACEKGACEK 16/09/197818578325305 POL
    4 DanielPLINSKIPLINSKI 10/12/197820599350330 POL
    5 JakubNovotnyNovotny 20/04/197919686348328 CZE
    6 MiloszHEBDAHEBDA 11/03/199120891352332 POL
    7 BartoszKUREKKUREK 29/08/198820587352326 POL
    10 Miguel AngelFalascaM.A. Falasca 29/04/197319592345322 ESP
    11 StéphaneAntigaAntiga 3/02/197620094347327 FRA
    14 RadoslawWnukWnuk 25/09/197820896350334 POL
    17 MarcinMOZDZONEKMOZDZONEK 9/02/198521193358338 POL
    18 MichalBAKIEWICZBAKIEWICZ 22/03/198119679345335 POL

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    Corozal
    <tr>
    No.NameLastnameShirt NameBirthdateHeightWeightSpikeBlockCountry
    L1 HarryRosarioRosario 9/11/197618283301299 PUR
    3 EnriqueEscalanteEscalante 6/08/198419588330324 PUR
    4 DavidMenendezMenendez 22/02/198818987300322 PUR
    5 VictorRiveraV. Rivera 30/08/197619588345329 PUR
    6 FernandoBarronBarron 18/11/198519188305324 PUR
    7 DarielRolonRolon 5/10/197619486298340 PUR
    8 Matthew ThomasMcKinneyMcKinney 29/07/198320595365343 USA
    9 JoelRiveraJ. Rivera 11/06/198118589302288 PUR
    10 EzequielCruzCruz 15/07/198619388312317 PUR
    11 JosephGilGil 15/01/197120090335329 PUR
    C12 FernandoMoralesMorales 4/02/198218668299292 PUR
    15 JasonOctaveOctave 1/07/198019883344325 LCA

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    Al Arabi Doha
    <tr>
    No.NameLastnameShirt NameBirthdateHeightWeightSpikeBlockCountry
    1 AbdallaAhmedAbdalla 10/10/198319978333321 EGY
    2 MOHAMED JUMAHJUMAHJumah 14/04/198519585335325 QAT
    C3 SaidAL-JUMANISAID.S 1/01/197318886340336 AAR
    4 AliBaeramiBaerami 1/01/197919690340325 QAT
    5 SamirSellamiSellami.S 13/07/197719482320308 TUN
    6 AbbsMOHAMED FADHELFADHEL 1/01/198920187350340 AAR
    L7 ABDULJABAR ABDULLAABDULLAAbdulla 19/04/198917672300285 QAT
    8 AhmedAbdelhayA. SALAH 19/08/198419787342316 EGY
    9 WalterGARCIAWALTER 1/01/197518785340330 CUB
    10 Omar HishamAbdullatifAbdullatif 1/01/198719390340333 QAT
    11 IsmailAl-SHIBISMAIL 1/01/198319794360325 QAT
    18 ALHITMISAEDSAED.J 13/06/197418685335325 QAT

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    Zenit Kazan
    <tr>
    No.NameLastnameShirt NameBirthdateHeightWeightSpikeBlockCountry
    C1 LloyBallBall 17/02/197220395351316 USA
    3 NikolaiApalikovApalikov 26/08/1982203105353344 RUS
    5 AlexandreBogomolovBogomolov 1/02/197620895350340 RUS
    7 MaximPanteleymonenkoMaxim 1/09/198120190352347 UKR
    8 SergeyTetyukhinTetyukhin 23/09/197519789345338 RUS
    9 AlexeyCheremisinCheremisin 23/09/198020192350338 RUS
    10 PavelZAKHAROVZAKHAROV 7/08/19882007500 RUS
    11 AntonKulikovskyKulikovsky 4/03/198219879345340 RUS
    12 DenisGarkushenkoGarkushenko 9/02/197719279318310 RUS
    13 ClaytonStanleyStanley 20/01/1978205104357332 USA
    14 AlexanderAbrosimovAbrossimov 25/08/198320680341325 RUS
    15 AlbertSTROEVSTROEV 28/06/19867919800 RUS
    L16 AlexeyVerbovVerbov 31/01/198218377315310 RUS
    L17 VladislavBabichevBabichev 18/02/198118575316312 RUS

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    Mensaje por jsantos1987 el Vie Oct 30, 2009 8:14 pm

    Ball jugó la olimpiada con 36 años, y Stanley con 30 años...
    Ahora jugarán por ese club: Zenit Kazan... Me gustaría volver a ver a Stanley dejando sin bloqueo a sus atacantes...

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    Mensaje por PAULPERU el Sáb Oct 31, 2009 11:27 am

    Miercoles!!! q tales talla...
    dentro de poco la talla minima sera 2 metros!!! jajaja...

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    Zamalek of Egypt ready to represent Africa in the Club World Championship

    Cairo, Egypt, October 31, 2009 - The Zamalek Volleyball club of Egypt is fully prepared for its first ever appearance on the international stage when it represents Africa in the 2009 FIVB Men’s Club World Championships in Doha, Qatar which starts on Tuesday before finishing on the 8th November.

    The reigning champions of the Men’s African club championships held last May will finish their last preparation camp in Russia on Saturday before going directly to Doha, Qatar to participate in the Club World Championships.

    The camp included some friendly matches where the head coach Ahmed Moustafa tested all his squad to put at work his strategy for the Club World Championships.

    The Egyptian champions added two players - opposite spiker Mohamed Gabal and the middle blocker Ahmed Ali El Sheikh - to their star studded team. The two stars of the Egyptian national team will add a lot to the team that won the African Club Championships in Cairo last May after defeating their arch rivals Al Ahly in the final.

    Zamalek have four African titles to their name as well as many national team players who won the African Nations Championship in Morocco last month for the third consecutive time like veteran setter Ashraf Aboulhassan, middle blocker Mohamed Ali, and two strong attackers in Saleh Fathy and Mohamed Abdel Moneim.

    Zamalek will play in Pool A of the FIVB Men's Club World Championships along with Trentino Betclic of Italy, Zenit Kazan of Russia and Corozal of Puerto Rico.

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    Mensaje por jsantos1987 el Sáb Oct 31, 2009 11:42 am

    PAULPERU escribió:Miercoles!!! q tales talla...
    dentro de poco la talla minima sera 2 metros!!! jajaja...
    Y no parece una locura lo que planteas... Qué miedo...
    Y en femenino igualmente se seguirán incrementando las tallas y ya una chica de 185cm a lo mucho podrá ser armadora.

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    Mensaje por PAULPERU el Sáb Oct 31, 2009 4:16 pm

    Si en el Mundial de Menores y Juveniles habia chicos q pasaban el 1.90 m. !!! q miedo!!! jajaja...
    Y ojo despues de europa es sudamerica q tiene una buena talla... a excepcion de USA... aunque claro de lejos Rusia y Serbia tiene los jugadores mas alto... creo q su promedio de talla es 2.01!!!

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    Mensaje por eazb el Dom Nov 01, 2009 11:02 am

    PAULPERU escribió:Si en el Mundial de Menores y Juveniles habia chicos q pasaban el 1.90 m. !!! q miedo!!! jajaja...
    Y ojo despues de europa es sudamerica q tiene una buena talla... a excepcion de USA... aunque claro de lejos Rusia y Serbia tiene los jugadores mas alto... creo q su promedio de talla es 2.01!!!

    Los jugadores con altura inferior a 1,95 están comenzando a ser poco común en estas categorías. En Brasil, las categorías inferiores, la altura media de los niños es mayor que la categoría de adultos.

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    Mensaje por jorgeluis el Dom Nov 01, 2009 12:06 pm

    en nuestra seleccion de voley masculino
    solo hay un chico de 1.95 de altura
    los demas occilan entre 1.80 y 1.85
    esa es la altura de nuestros jugadores
    ya veo porque no destacamos en el voley masculino
    con esa talla ni cosquillas les hacemos
    alos gigantes europeos o brasileños

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    Eight clubs dream to win World Club Championships

    Trentino of Italy celebrating victory at the European Champions Leagues
    Doha, Qatar, November 1, 2009 - After 17 years, the 2009 Men’s Club World Championship will once again take place starting Tuesday with the Qatar capital of Doha hosting the competition at the Aspire Zone indoor hall from November 3-8, when clubs from around the world compete for the crown of best club in the world.

    The competition, which comprises eight teams playing in two pools, will be the first at the world level since Italy organized the last edition in Treviso in 1992. This time, however, and for the first time in an FIVB competition, an interesting new rule, the "Golden Formula" is to be applied. The new rule requires that the first attack for each team after the opponent's service should take place from the back row, in an attempt to produce longer rallies and to give the fans a greater spectacle.

    Pool A comprises of the European Champions League Champion, Trentino Betclic, the 1st European team in the CEV rankings, Zenit Kazan, the NORCECA representative Plataneros de Corozal of Puerto Rico and the African champion Zamalek. Pool B features the second best European team PGE Skra Belchatow of Poland, Asian Club Championship winner Paykan of Iran, South American champion Cimed of Brazil and the organizer Al Arabi Doha of Qatar.

    Each pool plays in a round robin format where the first and second of each pool qualify for the semifinal. The first of Pool A plays the second of Pool B, while the first of Pool B meets the second of Pool A as the winners meet to determine the world club champions.
    Doha offers very favorable conditions, with a fantastic competition hall presenting an excellent environment for viewing good quality volleyball with Italian team Trentino as the hot favourite for the title.

    In the past four competitions an Italian club has triumphed. Maxicono Parma won the crown in 1989; Massaggero Ravenna in 1991; and Mediolanum Milano in 1990 and 1992. Trentino carries the hope of keeping the title Italian for the fifth consecutive time. “We have the honor of coming here among the best teams from all over the world, but it is difficult to expect to become champions,” said Bulgarian coach Radostin Stoytchev upon the arrival of his team in Doha. “We have two difficulties here. The first is to have a good connection between the older players and the newcomers of this season, and the second is how to deal with the new Golden Formula that we haven't had enough time to train for.”

    Skra Belchatow of Poland also comes as a big European favorite with a star-studded line-up, although the team will miss their opposites Mariusz Wlazly and Jakub Novotny, as well as key star player, Michal Winiarski. “We came here to play good Volleyball and prove ourselves and if we proceed to the cup it will be fantastic,“ said Belchatow head coach Jacek Nawrocki.

    The third European team Zenit Kazan of Russia will also present strong competition.
    Cimed of Brazil earned its first continental title this year and is now competing for the first time to be the best club among the elite. The team is highly optimistic about putting the name of a South American club on the cup for the first time.

    Organizer Al Arabi of Qatar has added two strong players to its squad, Egyptian setter Ahmed Salah and the opposite Ahmed Salah who just led the Egyptian national team to winning its third consecutive African Nations Championship title in Morocco, thus qualifying the team to participate in both the 2010 Men's World Championships in Italy and the 2010 World League. The host team is optimistic about reaching at least the competition semi-final.

    Zamalek of Egypt is representing its country at the world level for the first time, after Tunisian and Algerian clubs have had the honour of doing so in the first four editions. “We want to play professional Volleyball as much as we can here, as we know that we will face very strong teams. We will do our best,” said Zamalek assistant coach Mahmud Hassona after his team's arrival.

    Paykan of Iran is one of the best teams in terms of long-term preparation for the tournament, particularly with regard to the Golden Formula. The team spent three months in Tehran on a training camp before undertaking another two-week camp in Bulgaria. This included six friendly matches followed by another 10 matches in Tehran before the onset of the Club World Championships. “We added five new players to our squad and now have the opportunity of showing our consistency at the world level,” said coach of the team, Alireza Moameri.

    Plataneros de Corozal of Puerto Rico will represent NORCECA, aiming to proceed to at least the semifinal. The team depends fully on local players, apart from the American Thomas Mckinney, and Jason Octave from Saint Lucia. It will face Zenit Kazan of Russia on the opening day. “We have three players in our squad playing for the national team of the country and have plenty of international experience, but I think our situation is very difficult against the fully professional teams,” commented coach David Aleman, after his team's first training session in the competition hall on Sunday. “I think we haven't yet acclimatized to the new Golden Formula and the few friendly matches we have played with the new system are not enough for us to be able to comment.”

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    Mensaje por PAULPERU el Lun Nov 02, 2009 8:39 pm

    New Golden Formula attracts the media

    Paykan of Iran trained for three months to get accustomed to the Golden Formula
    Doha, Qatar, November 2, 2009- The new rule carrying the name of “Golden Formula” which will be applied for the first time during the 2009 Men’s Club World Championship to start in Doha, Qatar on Tuesday is attracting a lot of attention from the media covering the competition and who are expecting many exciting matches for the spectators.


    The new rule requires that the first attack of each team after the opponent’s service begins from the back row, in an attempt to produce longer rallies.


    Daily newspapers in Qatar media have fully covered the new system and hoping that the Golden Formula will contribute to the total success of the tournament.


    The “Golden Formula” represents a new ambition from the Volleyball governing body - the FIVB - to maintain the attraction of the sport for fans all over the world. When the FIVB made the historic change regarding the introduction of the Libero position and the rally point system nobody expected these two changes to be so successful. Now the international Volleyball family is hoping for similar success with the application of the “Golden Formula” for the first time here in the Club World Championships in Doha.


    Meanwhile, the coaches of the eight participating teams have prepared for the application of the new rule but have all said that they need more time in order to fully prepare.


    The Bulgarian coach of the European champion Trentino Betclic (Italy) said that his team needed more time to use the “Golden Formula” on a professional level because his team was busy with the local league and has not enough time to train for it, although he added that the experience of the players would help them to quickly get used to the new rule.


    Although Paykan of Iran is the best prepared team in terms of the application of the rule, head coach Alireza Moameri stated that its use during official matches is completely different. “For teams with professional players like those present here, it is easier to apply the new project than the less developed standards and we will see how the players will react.”


    African representative, Zamalek, has undergone special training at a camp in Russia in order to be able to to apply the new system, where it played four friendly matches. “We had more than seven players in the Egyptian national team in our squad and those stars are able to apply the new rule. However, we need more time because we put our squad together relatively recently due to the other commitments of the national team players for five successive months,” said the coach Ahmed Moustafa, who won both the Egyptian League and the African Club Championship last season with the team.


    Skra Belchatow head coach Jacek Nawrocki has had a very short time to practice the new system because his team played four strong matches in their Polish League (PlusLiga). “We needed to have more space in the calendar to prepare for such a competition with the new rule, but I think it is the same for most of the teams.”

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