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BRA National Championship 2016/2017
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Rk Team Tot W L Pts
1 Sada Cruzeiro Volei 22 21 1 61
2 Taubate/Funvic 22 17 5 52
3 Sesi-SP 22 17 5 52
4 Volei Brasil Kirin Campinas 23 15 8 43
5 Montes Claros Volei 22 11 11 37
6 Vivo / Minas Belo Horizonte Minas T.C. 23 11 12 32
7 UFJF Juiz De Fora Volei 22 12 10 31
8 Lebes Gedore Canoas Volei 23 9 14 30
9 Bento Volei/Isabela 22 8 14 23
10 Copel Telecom/Maringa Volei 22 6 16 19
11 Sao Bernardo Volei 23 6 17 17
12 Caramuru Castro 22 1 21 5


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ECH 2017 M: Blengini crosses-out one player and announces the list for EuroVolley

Re: @Axe He played this season in Perugia as OH, but in the NT he plays OPP. Lanza&Juantorena recievers

FIVB are testing new rules at WCH U23: Serve (VIDEO)

I honestly don't see the use of changing every time the rules. People at some point don't know anymore what the exact rules are, and at this time I'm talking about player, coaches, ... , people with much affection for the sport. People that don't know the sport, can't follow at all this evolution of rules. In consequence they lose interest in the sport and stop following it.

Also if this rule would apply, this will for many youth teams an issue to learn this kind of services, as they don't have the room behind the court as the professional player to learn this kind of service without landing in the court. I know courts where there's only 1 meter behind the service lines.

If we want the game to become more spectacular again, we should simply raise the hight of the net. People are becomming taller and taller and jumping higher and higher, the logical evolution would be to raise the net hight.

IT will impact the service presure and the attack presure, resulting in longer rally's.

Thanks just my personal opinion.

I wonder who has the same idea? Reply

WCH U23 M: Coaches of Poland and Cuba are not pleased with the new scoring system

Re: @Marks
what r u trying to say? That comfortable is with N and not M? Reply