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|Iranian women playing volleyball. Photo: Hai Thihn/Flickr|
The 29-year-old Iranian attacker arrived in the northeast Bulgarian city of Shumen on January 9 and is already training with the local team, which currently rates sixth in the national female volleyball league.
Borhani will continue playing for the Iranian national volleyball team and is leaving next week for the Maldives to play for her country, YEB Shumen’s manager Mehmed Basharan told BIRN on Monday.
2017 CEV U18 Volleyball European Championship - Women
Luxembourg, January 15, 2017. The second round of qualifications to this year’s CEV U18 Volleyball European Championship – Women ended on Sunday with a busy schedule and many exciting matches featuring the Volleyball stars of tomorrow. Serbia, Belarus, Turkey, Poland, Russia, Germany and Bulgaria completed a clean sweep of the matches on schedule in their respective pools as Greece stormed to first place in Pool G following the results of the games contested on Sunday in Rovinj, Croatia. Romania, Italy and Slovenia finished as the three second-placed teams with the best score, thus also qualifying to the competition that will be taking place in the Dutch city of Arnhem on April 1-9 and will crown the new European champions of this age group. Pool A in Riga (LAT) Though they had secured their progression to the Final Round on Saturday already, Serbia remained focussed and completed a clean sweep of their matches at Daugava sports hall in Riga – this time routing hosts Latvia in three sets (25-15, 25-11, 25-10).
After 16 years coaching the men’s the national team, Coach Bernardinho Rezende finally decided to retire.
The 57 year old made the announcement yesterday during a press conference arranged by the Brazilian Federation (CBV). His successor is Renan Dal Zotto. However, he will remain as the coach of Brazilian women’s club team, Unilever.
Bernardo Rezende is in the spotlight of worldwide media these days, as he made decision to leave Brazilian volleyball national team.
“For the first time in 23 years I actually thought about leaving. When Bruno hugged me at the end of the Olympics, it was the moment I said: this is real. The teacher always wants a great recognition when an ex-student comes to him again. Gustavo Endres sent a beautiful message and that’s just the way it is,” says Bernardo Rezende.
Are you ready for another WoVPoll? This time you will choose best coaches of both male and female teams from the past year! Voting starts today and will end on January 23.
O.K., it is time to choose the WoV Coach Of The Year, both in men's and women's category. You will decide who was the best coach in 2016, like you did for WoV Player Of The Year.
Rules are the same. We will name 5 candidates (both in men's and women's competition) for the WoV Coach Of The Year award, while you will have two weeks to give your votes for those you think were the best in 2016. A coach with the highest number of votes on January 23 will be named the WoV Coach Of The Year.
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