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Austria defeated by Iran

After this week’s victorious matches against Tunisia and Puerto Rico, two national teams that will compete in the upcoming FIVB World Championship in Italy, the Austrian men's national team had to accept a clear defeat against the team of Iran in their final "EuroVolley Challenge 2010" encounter. The Austrian team of coach Michael Warm lost in straight sets 0:3 (19:25, 15:25, 21:25).

The Iranians dominated their Austrian opponents right from the beginning. Six hard encounters against competitors in the upcoming FIVB World Championship within only eight days had taken their toll, The Austrian players seemed to be tired and were not able to really find into the game the way they did in Sunday’s sensational victory over Puerto Rico.


Austria’s coach Michael Warm thought today’s match was an excellent experience for his players: “It was very good that we were really under pressure and my team gave everything that was possible today. However, we were shown our limits even though we play


Tyrolean Newspaper teaches Austrian Volleyball a lesson

“Lesson for Austrian national team against China”, wrote the “Tiroler Tageszeitung” on Monday. The game against China was played two days before. The Austrian Team had lost to China, the No. 10 team in the world, after a good performance 0:3. On Sunday Austria defeated Puerto Rico, the No. 17 team in the world, 3:1. A Volleyball sensation. The real lesson was taught by the “Tiroler Tageszeitung” to Volleyball on Sunday.


The Tyrolean Newspaper published articles on 17 kinds of sports in it’s 14 pages dedicated to sport. That Innsbruck, capital of the province Tyrol, hosted the EuroVolley Challenge that weekend wasn’t worth a line to the “Tiroler Tageszeitung”.


Volleyball is a beautiful sport. The Austrian national team has made good progress. Austria has beaten Turkey, Greece, Tunisia, Puerto Rico, Denmark, Switzerland and England this season. The defending Austrian Volleyball champion comes from Tyrol. Tyrol and Innsbruck, as hosting city, are important factors for the success


Team Austria loses thriller to Tunisia

Team Austria suffered a heartbreaking loss on Tuesday in the second of three games against Tunisia. The Team of Headcoach Michael Warm lost a 2:3 (21:25, 25:21, 21:25, 25:20, 13:15)-nailbiter in Vienna's Budocenter. On Monday Team Austria celebrated a convincing 3:0-win in Steinbrunn against the African World Championships participant.


Headcoach Michael Warm: "We commited more mistakes today than we did yesterday. We had a bad start and didn't serve well. But it's common that such a young team still commits mistakes. We did become more consistent though and we have shown that we can challenge the 22nd ranked team of the world."


2nd game against Tunisia in Vienna's Budocenter
Austria - Tunisia 2:3 (21:25, 25:21, 21:25, 25:20, 13:15)
Topscorers AUT: Laimer 30, Wohlfahrtstätter 15, Guttmann 12, Frühbauer 12


Sensational victory for Austria

In their second "EuroVolley Challenge 2010" encounter at the USI sports hall in Innsbruck the Austrian men's national team achieved a sensational victory against World League participant and current world's number 17 team Puerto Rico. For 2:17 hours the Austrian players around captain Daniel Gavan fought for every single point and were eventually rewarded with a 3:1 (23:25, 35:33, 25:19, 35:33) victory.

Austria's coach Michael Warm: "After such a game I have to be content. My team played with a lot of disciplin and with a big heart. This was a great performance. Today we can be very happy but we must not forget to come back to reality. Tomorrow we have to face the team of Iran and we want to show another strong performance. Of course, we are the underdogs. The Iranians are probably stronger than the team of Puerto Rico."

Also Fred Laure, Austria' libero  thougth that it was a big success for his team to defeat two competitors at in the upcoming  FIVB World Championship: "The victories ag


Team Austria sensational against Tunisia

Team Austria started it’s series of test games on Monday with a 3:0 (25:20, 25:18, 26:24)-win against World Championships-competitor Tunisia in Steinbrunn. On Tuesday (19:00) follows the second game in Vienna’s Budocenter.


“I was surprised, how well we have played. The players have preserved their European League-form over the summer. As much as the success over the 22nd ranked team of the world excites me, we still should not overestimate it. The Tunisians improved in the third set, so I expect a tough game on Tuesday. I hope that a lot of fans will support us. Even tough we still have a lot of work ahead of us the performance tonight looked really good”, said Austrian Headcoach Michael Warm.


1st Testmatch in Steinbrunn

Austria - Tunisia 3:0 (25:20, 25:18, 26:24)
Topscorer AUT: Laimer 22, Gavan 11, Frühbauer 10, Guttmann 9


14.9. Österreich - Tunesien, Wien Budocenter, 19 Uhr
15.9. Österreich - Tunesien, Steinbrunn


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