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20.       si++
3785 posts
 31 Oct 2010 Sun 08:23 am

 

Quoting oeince

Is there a possibility of live dream broadcast? 4G

 

No idea. I watch NTVSpor.

 

Today´s match:

 

Turkiye 3 - Dominican Republic 2 (Very lucky win for us)

21.       slavica
814 posts
 31 Oct 2010 Sun 01:29 pm

 

Quoting si++

 

 

Turkiye 3 - Dominican Republic 2 (Very lucky win for us)

 

 What happened in the match with Russia?

 

Serbian team had three wins so far and they say they are aready qualified for the next turn. Is it the same with Turkish team?

22.       si++
3785 posts
 31 Oct 2010 Sun 04:32 pm

 

Quoting slavica

 

 

 What happened in the match with Russia?

 

Serbian team had three wins so far and they say they are aready qualified for the next turn. Is it the same with Turkish team?

 

Unfortunately we lost it 3-1. Still I think we have also qualified for the next round. Our next 2 matches will decide our position in the first round. The better position, the better advantage in the next round.

 

So that means we´re gonna watch a Turkie vs Serbia match in the next round.

 

Here, you can find the current group standings.



Edited (10/31/2010) by si++
Edited (11/1/2010) by si++

23.       si++
3785 posts
 02 Nov 2010 Tue 02:22 pm

Today´s match:

Turkie 3 - Canada 2

 

We have qualified for the next round but tomorrow we have an important match against S. Korea.

24.       si++
3785 posts
 14 Nov 2010 Sun 11:18 pm

Turkie 6th

Turkish player Darnel is the top scorer again as in 2006.

 

Rank Country
1st Russia
2nd Brazil
3rd Japan
4th USA
5th Italy
6th Turkey
7th Germany
8th Serbia
9th Poland
10th China
11th Netherlands
12th Cuba
13th Korea
  Thailand
15th Czech Republic
Peru
17th Costa Rica
  Croatia
  Dominican Republic
  Puerto Rico
21st Algeria
  Canada
  Kazakhstan
  Kenya

25.       si++
3785 posts
 20 Nov 2010 Sat 09:30 am

 

Quoting si++

Fenerbahçe SK women volleyball team will become more strong with the transfer of Kasia Skowronska who is expected to sign today at 15:30.

 

Fenerbahçe SK seemed very strong for the completed season. They won the Turkish championship and lost the European Championship in the final. This year they are aiming to win the European championship as well. So they transfer some big names. Earlier this week, they also transferred Christiane Fürst.

 

Quoted from: here

 

I watched Skowronska and Glinka in their first match in Turkie yesterday. Glinka seemed tired while Sko was devastating. You wonder why Polish coach didn´t include Sko in the Polish team for the World women championship which ended last wekend. She sure would make a big difference for them.

26.       si++
3785 posts
 14 Dec 2010 Tue 07:53 pm

Captain underlines Fenerbahce confidence

Lausanne, Switzerland, December 13, 2010 – Fenerbahce captain Cigdem Rasna believes the Turkish contenders have the "potential" to win the 2010 FIVB Women´s Club World Championship as they prepare to compete in the premier annual club tournament in Doha, Qatar from December 15-21.

This is the first Club World Championship appearance for the Istanbul-based team and if they do finish top of the podium, they will become the first Turkish side to achieve a feat managed only by clubs from Brazil and Italy in the past.

Cigdem said: "I can say that we are in the process of developing our game as a team. We have very experienced players and coaches who raise the prospect of winning the World Cup.

"The championship in Qatar is very important for our team. It is one of our goals this season and we will do our best to finish first by winning all the games. We are very excited to take part in this event and feel very honoured to have been invited."

Fenerbahce qualified for Doha as a wildcard entry after finishing runners-up in the CEV Champions League to Italy´s Bergamo, who will also compete at the tournament. Cigdem says Bergamo will not be the only threat to the hopes of Jose Roberto Guimaraes´s team, who face Brazil´s Sollys Osasco in their opening match on 16 December.

Fenerbahce will also face Thailand´s Federbrau in Pool A, and the skipper added: "I expect that we are going to see very high-quality games. I am looking forward to this cup as this is my first visit to Qatar."

 

Source: here

27.       si++
3785 posts
 21 Dec 2010 Tue 05:24 pm

 

Quoting si++

Captain underlines Fenerbahce confidence

Lausanne, Switzerland, December 13, 2010 – Fenerbahce captain Cigdem Rasna believes the Turkish contenders have the "potential" to win the 2010 FIVB Women´s Club World Championship as they prepare to compete in the premier annual club tournament in Doha, Qatar from December 15-21.

This is the first Club World Championship appearance for the Istanbul-based team and if they do finish top of the podium, they will become the first Turkish side to achieve a feat managed only by clubs from Brazil and Italy in the past.

Cigdem said: "I can say that we are in the process of developing our game as a team. We have very experienced players and coaches who raise the prospect of winning the World Cup.

"The championship in Qatar is very important for our team. It is one of our goals this season and we will do our best to finish first by winning all the games. We are very excited to take part in this event and feel very honoured to have been invited."

Fenerbahce qualified for Doha as a wildcard entry after finishing runners-up in the CEV Champions League to Italy´s Bergamo, who will also compete at the tournament. Cigdem says Bergamo will not be the only threat to the hopes of Jose Roberto Guimaraes´s team, who face Brazil´s Sollys Osasco in their opening match on 16 December.

Fenerbahce will also face Thailand´s Federbrau in Pool A, and the skipper added: "I expect that we are going to see very high-quality games. I am looking forward to this cup as this is my first visit to Qatar."

 

Source: here

 

Fenerbahçe SK Women´s volleyball team has won the FIVB Women’s Volleyball Club World Championship.

 

Source: here

 

 

28.       armegon
1872 posts
 22 Dec 2010 Wed 09:01 pm

 

Quoting si++

 

 

Fenerbahçe SK Women´s volleyball team has won the FIVB Women’s Volleyball Club World Championship.

 

Source: here

 

 

 

Tebrikler kızlar !! I watched the final match yesterday , Kasia was outstanding . She was honored as MVP and Eda selected as best server in the ceremony...

Yesterday fans were shouting in stadium in football match against Buca "Armanın gururu sarı melekler"...

 

29.       si++
3785 posts
 07 Jan 2011 Fri 10:26 am

The fifth round of play in the 2011 CEV Champions League came to a close tonight with all three Turkish teams competing in the women’s division displaying excellent performances and scoring convincing victories to celebrate their promotion to the Playoffs 12. Once again this shows that Volleyball is really being played at an extremely high-level there and all these teams will be serious contenders for the final crown that will be at stake this coming spring.

 

Pool A – Bank BPS Fakro MUSZYNA (POL) vs. VakifGunesTTelekom ISTANBUL (TUR) 1:3 (25-23, 20-25, 14-25, 14-25)

The unbelievable support of the Polish fans did not help Bank BP Fakro MUSZYNA in their mission to defeat the guests from Turkey who won the match 3:1. The game finished with the same score of the previous clash in Istanbul and VakifGunes could celebrate its promotion to the Playoffs 12 with one leg still to go.

 

Pool B – FenerbahceAcibadem ISTANBUL (TUR) vs. ZOK SPLIT 1700 (CRO) 3:0 (25-11, 25-11, 25-13)

In front of 3’000 fans FenerbahceAcibadem ISTANBUL dominated the game against ZOK SPLIT 1700 held tonight at the “Burhan Felek” Volleyball hall. That was quite a weak opponent for the girls who recently claimed the crown at the 2010 FIVB Club World Championships in Doha, Qatar, but nevertheless the Turks started the game with 5 foreign players for a quick 25-10 and with Kasia Skowronska scoring 7 points in the opening set. The second set was a carbon copy of the first, the Croatians could not attack, defend and receive as they wished, while Natasa Osmokrovic and Christiane Fürst dominated the game as the locals seized a quick 25-11. The young Croatian side stood up early in the third set and increased the tempo when Fenerbahce went up 8:7 at the first technical break; however for the Croatians it was almost impossible to stand such an opponent equipped with many world stars, ISTANBUL sped up to 16:10 and finished the match 3:0 by claiming the last set 25-13.

 

Pool C – Eczacibasi VitrA ISTANBUL (TUR) vs. CV Jamper Aguere LA LAGUNA (ESP) 3:0 (25-19, 25-11, 25-12)

Eczacibasi VitrA ISTANBUL stays on top of the standings in Pool C after five rounds of play as the Turks scored a quick 3:0 this afternoon at the “Burhan Felek” Volleyball hall to defeat Spain’s CV Jamper Aguere LA LAGUNA. Both sides started the match with the necessary concentration and scoring a few points. However, the major experience of Eczacibasi made soon the difference and the first time-out was there at 8:6 for the hosts. When the home side forced the score to 13:9 the the Spanish side asked for a first time-out. Bown’s efforts pushed Eczacibasi to lead 16:14 and then to 20:16. The Spanish mentor asked another time-out to stop that acceleration but Eczacibasi smoothly ended the set 25-19. The second set started with the real domination of Eczacibasi VitrA. Dushkyevich’s effective serves forced the Spanish team to commit many errors and Spanish coach Ruben Martinez asked his first time-out at 4:0. Although LA LAGUNA balanced the score at 6:6, Eczacibasi went again up 8:6. Bown’s effective serves dominated the scene and the Turks scored 8 consecutive points to lead 14:7. As errors continued to affect the Spaniards, the home side finished the set 25-11 and made it to the provisional 2:0. In the third set, a loss of concentration continued to be felt in the Spanish side and Eczacibasi was up at both mandatory stops (8:5 and 16:1. After the score was 21:12, Eczacibasi VitrA finished easily 25-12 with Heather Bown’s killing serves. With this 3:0 Eczacibasi will for sure finish first in Pool C not depending on the result of the last game against Voléro in Switzerland.

 

Source: here

30.       si++
3785 posts
 11 Feb 2011 Fri 09:21 am

VakifGunesTTelekom ISTANBUL scored yesterday afternoon a second consecutive win in the Playoffs 12 of the 2011 CEV Champions League to advance to the next round of the competition and try there to book a spot for the final four coming up next March 19-20 at the “Burhan Felek” Volleyball Hall.

 

So they joined the other 2 Turkish teams (Eczacıbaşı Vitra, FB Acıbadem) in final 6.

 

It seems like all the Turkish teams seem stronger than other 3 teams who qualified as well (This is a feat that the Italian teams would do in the previous years). However because of the CEV´s decision, 2 teams of the same country cannot advance to the final. So we will see 2 Turkish teams in final 4 and one team in the final.

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