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US News Volleys do not expect a "cozy coffee drink" in Giesen

11:50  22 january  2021
11:50  22 january  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The Berlin Volleys recently achieved seven victories in a row in the Bundesliga volleyball. But that's why for manager Kaweh Niroomand the supposedly easy game at the table eighth Grizzlys Giesen on Saturday (7 p.m. / sporttotal.tv) is by no means a sure-fire success. "We certainly don't expect a cozy coffee there," said the 68-year-old from the German press agency. The reason for his assessment: "Giesen has a solid team that has so far sold a little below value in terms of results."

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For the BR Volleys, the game in Hildesheim is also the dress rehearsal for the Bundesliga summit meeting next Wednesday against front-runner VfB Friedrichshafen in the Max-Schmeling-Halle. Just in time for this important meeting, the Berliners' sick bed is gradually clearing. In Giesen, long-term injuries Sergej Grankin and Samuel Tuia will be back in the squad. "It would be helpful if they could get some game practice in view of our next difficult tasks," says Niroomand.

Grankin has been absent since mid-November. The Russian setter suffered a torn calf muscle in the final training session for the first leg against Giesen (3-0). When he seemed ready to go again, another torn muscle put him out of action again elsewhere. Attacker Tuia, on the other hand, was out for six weeks due to a torn tendon in his ankle. The injury happened to him during match point in the Champions League match against Volley Ljubljana (3-0). "Samuel is extremely important to us," said Niroomand. "He's a fighter who always shows one hundred percent commitment."

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