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Serbia is the 2011 European champion!

 Serbia is the 2011 European champion!

Serbia was crowned European champion in Vienna at the end of a classy final match that with 9’750 spectators registered a record-breaking attendance for a Volleyball game in Austria. Italy was defeated in four sets (17-25, 25-20, 25-23, 26-24) with captain Ivan Miljkovic being absolutely outstanding and taking by the hand his young teammates for what was the well deserved climax of a memorable EuroVolley.
Serbia and Italy also claimed the two slots at stake to represent Europe at the FIVB World Cup scheduled for this coming November in Japan and where tickets will be assigned for the Volleyball tournament of the 2012 London Olympics.

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The final game of the EuroVolley 2011 attracted a massive crowd at the “Wiener Stadthalle” with Italy and Serbia extending their rivalry although both teams have been totally rejuvenated in comparison with the past years. Luigi Mastrangelo and Ivan Miljkovic are the only guys who battled already in the
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Kurek is the man of the day as Poland strikes bronze at EuroVolley

Kurek is the man of the day as Poland strikes bronze at EuroVolley

Two years ago in Izmir Poland had caused quite a major sensation by striking gold at the European Championship and this afternoon there was one guy out there that will be certainly remembered as the match winner of the classification game against Russia played here in Vienna. Bartosz Kurek is only 23 years old, but already a real star who this afternoon won the personal duel with Maxim Mikhaylov, Russia’s greatest Volleyball player nowadays. With this bronze Poland adds an eighth medal to its showcase and this is certainly a great result also for Italian-born head coach Andrea Anastasi who accepted this past March the challenge to mentor this team with the main goal to claim a medal at next year’s London Olympics.

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After the major disappointment resulting from the semifinal matches played yesterday, Russia and Poland certainly wanted to round out their European campaign with a medal but with a big question mark still pending as all fans were
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Italy plays masterpiece game to edge Poland

Italy plays masterpiece game to edge PolandVienna, Austria, September 17, 2011. Italy qualified this afternoon for the final act of the EuroVolley 2011 in Vienna with a majestic show of strength that 2009 champion Poland could not cope with. Italy cruised past with a speedy 3:0 (25-22, 25-21, 25-20) after playing a marvelous game, literally demolishing Poland’s reception from the serving line and dominating also at the net with the attacks of left-handed Michal Lasko and some terrific blocks of 36-year old Luigi Mastrangelo. The rejuvenated group mentored by head coach Mauro Berruto is back to the final game of the European Championship some six years after the home triumph in Rome and will be waiting for the winner of the second classy semifinal starring Serbia and Russia to go for the crown on Sunday at 6 pm.

Italy and Poland have been developing a long-lasting rivalry with the last couple of matches played this past summer ending up in favor of the guys mentored by Mauro Berruto but with a spot for the final
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Serbian fiesta in Vienna as Russia misses on another major final

Serbian fiesta in Vienna as Russia misses on another major final

Vienna, Austria, September 17, 2011. Serbia will be challenging Italy tomorrow as the continental crown will be at stake in Vienna after the young players around captain Ivan Miljkovic got the upper hand this afternoon at the end of a splendid and really hard-fought match with pre-favorite Russia (3:2; 25-23, 17-25, 22-25, 33-31, 15-13). This will be a unique chance to break a long fast as the very last gold medal dates back to 2001 when the Yugoslavia – whose heir may be well considered the Serbian national team – edged Italy (what a coincidence!) in Ostrava. The second semifinal lived up to the extremely high expectations of all fans with a massive crowd – mostly Serbian-oriented – packing the stands of the “Wiener Stadthalle” for a game whose fate was decided by the fighting spirit of Miljkovic & Co. who diverted a couple of Russian match balls in a breathtaking fourth set.

 

Serbia and Russia were allegedly supposed to deliver a great show this afternoon for the many
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High brisance in 2011 CEV Volleyball European Championship ½ finals

High brisance in 2011 CEV Volleyball European Championship ½ finals

One glimpse on the the latest FIVB Senior World Ranking reveals that the EuroVolley-semifinalists, Russia (2.), Italy (4.), Serbia (5.) and Poland (8.), set the agenda not just in europe but worldwide. The cheapest ticket for the semifinalday (2 matches) costs 31 euros, the cheapest ticket for the finalday (2 matches) costs 38 euros.

If Russia wins, they would shorten the distance to world’s current number one, Brazil. Moreover, their second place would be well secured.

A victory of Serbia could take them to the third place, which might be useful in terms of the FIVB World Cup in November.

Compared to their 10th place at the European Championship 2009, Italien has already improved. Even when they finish fourth, they would overtake the USA.

Title-holder Poland, could pass Bulgaria and therefor be europe’s fourth-best in the FIVB World Rankings.

Finalists automatically qualify for the FIVB World Cup
Another reason why the semifinals are highly brisance games, is the fact that both finalists
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