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    Lloyd1

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    PREOLIMPICO EUROPEO 2012 **ITALIA CLASIFICA A LONDRES**

    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Vie Mayo 11, 2012 11:54 pm

    Italia campeono el PO en un partido muy dificil de 5 sets (25-22, 26-24, 19-25, 22-25, 15-12) y logro llevarse el pase para Londres, haci que los Napolitanos pueden ir de shopping junto con las brasileras para celebrar su triunfo .

    Ahora los Alemanes tendran que ir a preparar uno de los POM en su casita, y claro, ningun equipo con un poco de cordura (a menos que seas Rusia, Brasil o Polonia) iria a ese PO, pero tienen que ir a punta de pistola si o si al que le toque, asi que tal vez PR, Cuba o Serbia tendran que despedirse de su sue~o olimpico, ni modo hay que crear drama eliminando sue~os olimpicos.

    Los Bulgaros se quedaron vestidos y alborotados en su PO, y no pueden desperdiciar toda la comida y los fuegos artificiales que no utilizaron, asi despues de que Italia gano el PO ellos se convertiran en la sede del 3er torneo del POM. Y claro este torneo tambien sera dificil pero Bulgaria es mas accesible, hasta ciertos limites claro.


    Última edición por Lloyd1 el Dom Mayo 13, 2012 10:24 pm, editado 3 veces

    ivan jimmy

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    Mensaje por ivan jimmy el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 4:26 am

    Italia es favorito si estuviera ivan el terrible miljkovic los serbios serian los favoritos pero vammos a ver s que hora es el juego a las 6am?

    y el bulgaria vs alemania
    Bulgaria es local y puede ser un turquia en el femenino!!!

    Lloyd1

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    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 10:47 am

    ivan jimmy escribió:Italia es favorito si estuviera ivan el terrible miljkovic los serbios serian los favoritos pero vammos a ver s que hora es el juego a las 6am?

    y el bulgaria vs alemania
    Bulgaria es local y puede ser un turquia en el femenino!!!
    Con Ivan o sin Ivan Italia es mas equipo que Serbia hoy en dia.

    Bulgaria ya ha ido a las Olimpiadas asi que su unica similaridad es que son host, nada mas.

    Aqui se ve Italia vs Serbia
    laola1.tv/en/int/volleyball/cev-mens-olympic-qualification/cev-mens-olympic-qualification-italy-serbia/video/353-2015-83853.html

    www8.livetv.ru/webplayer2.php?t=letontv&c=polsatsportiekstra&lang=en&eid=119334&lid=56766&ci=634&si=5

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    Mensaje por george el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 11:35 am

    italia ganando con comodidad a Serbia

    25-14, 25-19...... Serbia esta en renovacion y no se espera que puedan clasificar para Londres. Suspect

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    Mensaje por ivan jimmy el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 11:56 am

    gano el tercero serbia 19-25
    puede ser un partido largo ojo

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    Mensaje por george el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 11:58 am

    los italianos estas molestisimos porque el publico bulgaro esta alentando a los serbios como si fueran el equipo local rolled

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    Mensaje por george el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 12:13 pm

    ITALIA gana 25-16, y con eso confirma su lugar en la gran final del dia de manana.

    25-14, 25-19, 19-25, 25-16.... Serbia al preolimpico mundial.

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    Mensaje por ivan jimmy el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 12:18 pm

    Clasifico Italia a la gran final vencio a serbia en forma contundente por 3-1
    25-14,25-19,19-25,25-16.

    A la espera del bulgaria vs serbia que no lo voy haber porque a esa hora es el partido de nuestra seleccion!!!!

    ARRIBA PERU

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    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 12:18 pm

    george escribió:los italianos estas molestisimos porque el publico bulgaro esta alentando a los serbios como si fueran el equipo local rolled
    Los Bulgaros saben que Italia les ganara, si es que Alemania no los manda antes a el POM rolled. Tienen miedo Twisted Evil.

    Si Bulgaria va a la final los arbitros estaran vendidos como en Turquia Evil or Very Mad. Ojala los hijos de Hitler los mande al paredon... del POM rolled.

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    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 12:48 pm

    Vamos Alemanes, dejen a los Burgaros con las ganas

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    Mensaje por ivan jimmy el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 5:05 pm

    Alemania vencio 3-1 a los bulgaros parciales
    25-22,20-25,25-22,25-16

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    Mensaje por ivan jimmy el Sáb Mayo 12, 2012 5:09 pm

    Final
    Italia vs Alemania

    Lloyd1

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    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Dom Mayo 13, 2012 2:42 am

    SI!, mis panzers pasaron a la final cheers. Hasta la fanaticada Bulgara les aplaudieron a los Alemanes rolled.

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    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Dom Mayo 13, 2012 2:56 am

    Ahora la Republica Checa esta celebrando pq iran al PO Mundial, solo necesitaban que Italia o Alemania campeonaran, pero los dos llegaron a la final ahora celebran mas temprano. Pero que injusto, Finlandia y Slovakia merecian ir al POM mas que los Checos y los Frenceses, ellos ni si quiera llegaron al POE Evil or Very Mad.

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    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Dom Mayo 13, 2012 4:12 am

    Italy moves on to the final in Sofia after a 3-1 against Serbia
    2012 Olympic Games - European Qualification


    Sofia, Bulgaria, May 12, 2012. Italy became the first team to make it to tomorrow’s final of the 2012 Olympic Games - European Qualification for men in Bulgaria. The team of head coach Mauro Berruto knocked Serbia out of the tournament with a final score 3:1 (25-14, 25-19, 19-25, 25-16) in the first semifinal, played in front of thousands of spectators in Arena Armeec hall, among which CEV President André Meyer, the President of the Serbian Volleyball Federation and CEV Senior Vice President Aleksandar Boričić and the President of the German Volleyball Federation Werner von Moltke.

    Live photo gallery of all matches is running in real time here

    Italy completely prevailed in the first set. With powerful serving and insurmountable blocking, the team of Mauro Berruto was playing cat-and-mouse with the Serbs and eventually won the set with a huge point differential – 25-14.

    As if demotivated by the absence of a strong opponent on the other side of the net, the Italians made many unforced errors in the second set. However, they were able to put more focus on their attacks, especially through Michal Lasko, and once again dominated on the court to close the set at 25-19.

    Italy maintained a small lead through the second technical time-out of the third set and seemed to be approaching a straight-set victory, when suddenly the Serbs woke up, realizing they had nothing more to lose. Some fantastic serving by Aleksandar Atanasijevic and a great job done by the Serbian block helped the team take over the rest of the set and finish at a 6-point margin.

    The perfect ending of set 3, however, was not enough for Igor Kolakovic’s players to regain their confidence and in set 4 they were once again not able to stay in contention. The more experienced Italians took advantage of the many mistakes in Serbia’s performance and had no problems building up a 9-point gap for the final 25-16 in the set.

    Ivan Zaytsev was the game’s best scorer with 22 points, with Michal Lasko adding another 19 on Italy’s account. Aleksandar Atanasijevic was the most prolific player of the Serbian team with 15 points.

    “Italy made a very, very strong game today. Our team was far from its best and although we showed some energy and skill in the third set, it was not enough to win and qualify for the final,” Bojan Janic, captain of Serbia, stated after the match. “We are very happy about the victory, because Serbia is always a tough opponent,” his Italian counterpart Cristian Savani said. ”Today we showed our best volleyball and made it clear that we are ready for tomorrow’s battle for the first place.”

    Igor Kolakovic, head coach of Serbia, commented: “Today Italy was better than us and deserved to win. We managed to play at a satisfactory level for just one set, which was obviously not enough for a positive result. The tournament is over for us and we are turning our minds to the next chances for qualifying for the Olympics and to the World League.” Italian mentor Mauro Berruto was pleased with the result: “We are happy that we won and moved on to the next and final step here. Six months ago our two teams met in the final of the CEV European Championship and we lost, but today we got our rematch. We are motivated to give our best tomorrow, whoever our opponent is going to be.”

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    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Dom Mayo 13, 2012 4:19 am

    Grozer shines as Germany knocks Bulgaria out of tomorrow’s final
    2012 Olympic Games - European Qualification


    Sofia, Bulgaria, May 12, 2012. Italy vs. Germany has been set as tomorrow’s final of the 2012 Olympic Games - European Qualification for men in Bulgaria. With an incredible performance by German opposite György Grozer the team of head coach Vital Heynen achieved a sensational victory over heavy favorites Bulgaria by 3:1 (25-22, 20-25, 25-22, 25-16) in the second semifinal in a packed Arena Armeec hall. The President of Bulgaria Rosen Plevneliev and the Prime Minister Boyko Borisov were among the thousands of Bulgarian fans that watched an interesting battle, but ended up disappointed by their team’s broken Olympic hopes.

    Live photo gallery of all matches is running in real time here cev.eventolive.it/2012-Olympic-Games-European-Qualification-Men/Live.html

    Germany played a fantastic first set. Some powerful serving, especially by György Grozer, gave the Bulgarian reception a lot of hard time and, whenever the home team was able to organize its attack, the German defense was there to dig out even the toughest balls. This way Vital Heynen's side ran away to a 7-point lead at 16-9. Although with the help of Matey Kaziyski’s strong serves Bulgaria narrowed the gap down to 12-16, its block was not able to stop Grozer’s spikes and the Germans reestablished their advantage at 20-13. A superb performance in offense, serving and defense by young talent Nikolay Penchev, who came in as a sub, once again helped the home team almost catch up at 19-21, but Germany held on to its lead and closed the set at 25-22.

    Kaziyski’s technique completely outclassed the German block in the second set. Bulgaria rushed to an 8-4 lead, but then made too many serving errors. Combined with Denis Kaliberda’s contribution in offense, it allowed Germany to flip the score in its own favor to 16-14 at the second technical time-out. Inspired by the crowd, the Lions quickly recovered. Penchev’s performance in reception and serving was more than impressive while Kaziyski and Vladimir Nikolov continued to pressure the opponent with their spikes to lead Bulgaria to a final 25-20 in the set.

    Kaziyski’s fabulous performance in offense and also from the serving line continued into the third set and helped Bulgaria recover from an early German lead and gain a comfortable advantage at 18-14. But then it was time for Grozer to serve and for Bulgaria to make too many mistakes. With 7 points in a row Germany took the lead by 21-18 and did not let go through the end – 25-22.

    The story of the fourth set may be summoned in one sentence: György Grozer destroyed Bulgaria. An out-of-this-world performance by the German opposite put an end to the home team’s hopes to make it to the Olympics from tomorrow’s final. A confused Bulgarian team could not find a way to cope with the situation while Grozer scored a total of 15 points (2 aces, 3 kill blocks and 10 in attack) in this set only for a final 25-16 that sent Germany to the direct battle for a ticket to London tomorrow.

    To no one’s surprise, György Grozer became the top scorer of the match with an incredible tally of 30 points. Matey Kaziyski with 22 points was Bulgaria’s most prolific player, while captain Vladimir Nikolov added another 18. “Congratulations for Germany! They won one decisive and very tough game,” Nikolov stated after the match. ”They managed to handle the pressure and proved to be the better team on the court. We played approximately well, but we made one big mistake that cost us not only the third set, but also the whole game.” His German counterpart Björn Andrae was in the opposite mood: “I am very happy and proud of my team. We managed to win a great game in front of so many spectators here in Sofia. It was not easy, but we kept our concentration during the whole game and showed some very nice volleyball, even when we were behind in the score.”

    “Our opponent deserved the victory. They showed high-class volleyball tonight, but in my opinion until the end of the third set, both teams had equal chance to win the game,” Radostin Stoytchev, head coach of Bulgaria, commented. ”The lack of experience in our team was the key to our loss. We failed in one rotation in the third set. In the next part of the game there was only one team on court and it was Germany.” “I want to thank all my players, who played very good volleyball against one of the best teams in Europe,” Germany’s head coach Vital Heynen said. ”I think we were also a little bit lucky tonight after winning the third set. There is one more game left and we will give our best to win it and qualify for the Olympics in our first try.”

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    Mensaje por Lloyd1 el Dom Mayo 13, 2012 9:41 pm

    Italy claims Olympic ticket in a dramatic five-set final match
    2012 Olympic Games - European Qualification


    Sofia, Bulgaria, May 13, 2012. Italy booked its ticket to London with a dramatic victory in the final of the 2012 Olympic Games - European Qualification for men in Bulgaria. Both teams in that final found out that earning a spot at the Games was no easy task as the Olympic ticket found its owner only after a five-set battle. Italy pleased its fans on the stands of Arena Armeec hall in Sofia as it eventually claimed victory over Germany by a final score of 3:2 (25-22, 26-24, 19-25, 22-25, 15-12). Despite home team Bulgaria’s absence from this final, the stands were packed with almost 9000 spectators, with CEV President André Meyer among them.

    Live photo gallery of all matches is running in real time here

    Germany seemed to have entered the match more concentrated than the opponent as it rushed into a 4-0 lead at the beginning of the first set. But this did not last very long. Gradually the Italians started to catch up and at 14-13 took over the scoreboard. Italy’s serving, attacking and blocking were all working better than those of Germany. With Alessandro Fei contributing 2 aces and 100% in offense his team won the set by 25-22.

    The second set was far harder contested with frequent changes in the lead. Both teams improved their reception and, hence, their offense became way more productive. The first time the gap exceeded 2 points in this set was at 21-18 Germany’s way. The last was at 22-19. Italy stayed focused, came back and eventually closed the set at 26-24 with Fei blocking for the last point.

    Germany greatly improved its performance in the third set and, once it was up 5-3 in the score, it never allowed Italy to get any closer behind. Setter Simon Tischer was doing a really good job organizing the German offense as György Grozer and Denis Kaliberda were spiking point after point. Two aces in a row by Jochen Schöps gave Germany the first set-point at 24-18. Two rallies later Grozer put an end to the set with a powerful blast for 25-19.

    The fourth set was quite even through the first technical time-out. After that Germany took control on the court not without the help of the too many mistakes Italy made in this set. The players of Vital Heynen built up a 3-point lead and were able to maintain it through the end. Although Grozer was once again Germany’s top gun in this set, it was Kaliberda’s block-out that finished it off at 25-22.

    Italy woke up for the beginning of the tie-break and rushed to an 8-3 lead at the side-switch. Shortly after that some great blocking efforts by Germany narrowed the gap down to 6-8 to stay in contention through the rest of the set. But Italy’s playmaker Dragan Travica stayed in control of the situation and eventually set the ball for that fantastic spike by Cristian Savani that closed the set at 15-12 and sealed the Olympic ticket for Mauro Berruto’s team.

    György Grozer topped the best scorers’ chart of the match with another impressive total of 28 points. Ivan Zaytsev was the most prolific player for the winning team with 19 points with teammate Michal Lasko adding another 17.

    “Congratulations for Italy! I think both teams made a very nice final today,” Germany’s captain Björn Andrae stated. ”Unfortunately for us, we did not start as well as we expected, but I am happy that we fought until the very end. To win a tie-break is always a little bit lucky, but Italy really deserved the victory. Our team will try to stay positive, work more and get our ticket to London next time.” His Belgian head-coach Vital Heynen added: ”People are saying that winning a tie-break is always a lottery, but in my opinion the tie-breaks are won by the better team on the court. The truth is that Italy were more prepared than us and deserved to win. It was a fantastic week for us and I am very proud of my team. I am looking forward to meeting Italy again, this time in the Olympics.”

    “I think it was a very tough final,” Italian captain Cristian Savani commented. ”Our opponent also deserved to go to London, but in our sport the whole tournament is decided in one or two sets. We are extremely happy about our success and we are already thinking about the Olympics.” Head coach Mauro Berruto stated: “It is still difficult to think in this very special moment for us. I believe that the best two teams in Sofia met on court today and I am happy that we managed to start this game in the best possible way and to win the decisive tie-break later. We will use the extra time for our preparation and I hope we will be in our best shape in London.”

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