1. Volleyball Bundesliga: The start of the second half of the season is imminent for Dichstadt Volley

On Saturday at 6:30 p.m., the Deuchstadtvolleys start the second half of their second Bundesliga season. Against USC Münster at the Berg Fidel Sports Hall, they aren’t burdened with favourites.

As anticipated, the newcomers are at the backside of the desk as final yr, haven’t but reached the taking part in stage of the league with smaller budgets, however can look to the future with cautious optimism.

The yr earlier than, the workforce consisted nearly solely of international gamers and remained winless all through the season. Due to the Corona scenario, nearly solely Ghost Games occurred in RWG. In the first yr of the Bundesliga, which was so essential, contact with the public was nearly fully misplaced.

New probability in the second half of the season

reset. For the second season, a workforce composed of younger German gamers and a younger coach managed to stroll a harder path. The first progress is unmistakable: the teenager is gaining loads of sympathy in volleyball in Rhineland-Palatinate, in December he gained his first win of the season 3–1 towards European Cup membership VfB Suhl Lotto Thüringen – and carried out in the Koblenz CGM Arena. set the provisional attendance report for Neuwied Volleyball Club on a Sunday, with 1,000 spectators the earlier yr.

The coach’s declare to play volleyball as attractively as potential may also be utilized towards SSC Pamberg Schwerin, who introduced their finest volleyball and gained confidently. He confirmed some eye-catching strikes, held lengthy rallies and was despatched off to thunderous applause.

VC Neuwied is subsequently trying ahead to the second half of the second yr of coaching with cautious optimism. With spectators in the Rhine-Moselle area turning into extra current, Diechstadt Volley impressed of their first occasion sport and put together for the second occasion at the CGM Arena (February 11, 5:00 p.m. towards Leib Aachen) . After the victory in December, they hope to set extra exclamation marks in the second half of the season.

Head coach Tigin Yaglioglu is additionally proud of his youth workforce’s current performances:

We managed to win three factors and 4 units. We are happy with the means we carried out on the subject. In the second half of the season, nevertheless, the objective will likely be to realize extra concrete outcomes, ie extra set wins and perhaps even a degree win. We need to do our greatest for that.

– Tigin Yaglioglu, head coach of Dichstattwalls

sturdy opponent in the starting

As with Münster, an opponent from the high half of the desk awaits his workforce, which brings a degree from the away sport in Potsdam. “Munster’s having an important season”Tigin Yaglioglu praises teaming with former VCN-Libera Anna Church

After the first few losses, they undoubtedly must win towards us. We need to construct on the good efficiency and surroundings of the Schwerin sport and current Münster with an even bigger problem than in the first leg, through which we failed on account of our nervousness.

– Tigin Yaglioglu, head coach of Dichstattwalls

It might be anticipated that some of the viewers’s sympathies for Münsterland can even apply to Deichstadtvolleys: the three “foxes” Carla, Sina and Pia come from Münsterland, Kristin vom Scheim and Maya Sender had been skilled at VCO Münster and final however not least At least not Tigin Yaglioglu Münster. His father was a Bundesliga coach at USC and he himself was a footballer in preseason Münster. So a “again to the roots”:

So additionally an emotional, a particular sport.

– Tigin Yaglioglu, head coach of Dichstattwalls


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