01. 08. 2019

POL M: Heynen crosses out 2019 VNL Final Six standout Bednorz from final list for Tokyo Qualifiers

Source: sportowefakty.wp.pl; Photo: volleyball.world

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Poland Men’s Volleyball national team head coach Vital Heynen crossed out 2 players from the preliminary list and announced the final list of players that will compete in the Olympic qualification in Gdańsk (August 9-11).

 

After sparring games against Belgium and the Netherlands, Heynen decided to cross out one outside hitter and one middle blocker: Bartosz Bednorz and Jakub Kochanowski.

Whilst the decision not to take Kochanowski to the qualifications was not such a surprise knowing the fierce competition that he had on his position in the national team, the deletion of Bednorz was a bit shocking. A 25-year-old player was the leader of Poland during the Final Six of the 2019 FIVB Nations League in Chicago.

The newly formed composition of Poland national team will play the Wagner Memorial in the next couple of days prior to the qualifications for the 2020 Olympic Games.

Setters: Fabian Drzyzga, Grzegorz Łomacz.

Opposite hitters: Dawid Konarski, Maciej Muzaj.

Middle blockers: Piotr Nowakowski, Mateusz Bieniek, Karol Kłos.

Outside hitters: Wilfredo León, Michał Kubiak, Bartosz Kwolek, Aleksander Śliwka, Artur Szalpuk.

Liberos: Paweł Zatorski, Damian Wojtaszek.

 

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