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Benfica Dinamo Apeldoorn Champions Volleyball – SL Benfica

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Benfica Dinamo Apeldoorn Champions Volleyball - SL Benfica

GAME REVIEW

Champions League
2nd hand 2nd round
Final result
Benfica 3
Dynamo Apeldoorn
1.º set 2.º set 3.º set
31-29 25-16 25-21

O Benfica defeated Dinamo Apeldoorn 3-0 this Wednesday, October 12, at Pavilhão n.º 2 da Luz in the second match of the 2nd round of the Volleyball Champions League, thus ensuring their participation in the next stage of the competition, where they still waiting for an opponent.

The Dutch national team approached the match better, relaxed and had nothing to lose after defeat houses in the 1st hand, and built 6-11 with ease, taking advantage of some blunder of the eagles in attacking moments. You mistakes in attack kept the game up to 10-14however, Marcel Matz’s men managed to bring the set to 15-14.

However, the outsiders again fired at the mark, taking an incomplete set, with the score 21-24. So difficulties created by Rafa’s strong serve allowed the Eagles to level the score at 24 points. Since then, with Benfica leading more often and having more chances to close a set, they have found themselves in 31-29 (1-0).

in the second set Benfica did not give the guests a chance, applying your block and attack power. It was with a score of 13-10 that the Eagles began to shoot at the scoreboard, closing the partial score of 25-16 (2-0), which allowed them to ensure their presence in the 3rd qualifying round of the group from the very beginning. stage of the Champions League.

With the end of the draw coach Marcel Matz contributed to the rotation of some elements of his teamwithout stopping the Eagles from controlling the last set, distancing themselves from 13-10 to the final 25-21 (3-0).

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Benfica-Dynamo Apeldoorn

In the 3rd qualifying round of the Champions League, Benfica will play about Sastamala (Finland)which knocked out the Austrians from the Zadruga sports complex.

The first match will take place on Thursday, twenty Octoberat 16:30 (mainland Portugal time) in Finland, and the second match will take place on Wednesday, October 26at 20:00, in pavilion no. 2 da Luz.

It should be noted that the eagles will face Nun’Alvarez this Saturday, October 15 at 7:00 pm, in Pavilhão n.º 2 da Luz, in the match of the 2nd round of the 1st stage of the National Championship.

Benfica-Dynamo Apeldoorn

STATEMENTS

Marcel Matz (Benfica manager): “It was a difficult game, in the first set they [Dynamo Apeldoorn] with very strong service. We lost seven points in a row. We managed to balance and win the first set, then we put pressure on the opposing team and we had more opportunities, with a more controlled game. We have a very competent group. All players are very technical. It was good to have an audience on Wednesday. We will always do our best and count on everyone’s support.”

Benfica-Dynamo Apeldoorn

Pablo Nathan (Most Valuable Player of the Match): “It was a tough game, favoritism was ours, but we were facing a new team that had a lot of energy. We had to adapt to the all-or-nothing game and contain the pressure. We managed to turn around in the first set and improved our game in the second and third sets. I improved my game and became more confident. Both me and the team did well. It was a team effort.”

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Benfica-Dynamo Apeldoorn

Benfica-Dynamo Apeldoorn
3-0
Pavilion №2 Luza
Benfica starting XI
Ivo Casas (left), Thiago Violas, Hugo Gaspar, Pablo Nathan, Peter Wolfartetter, Lucas Frans and Rafa
alternates
Bernard Silva (left), Thales Falcao, André López, Eduardo Brito, Bernard Westermann, Aaro Nikula, Japa and Arthur Puron
Dinamo Apeldoorn original squad
Lipke (left), Tijhuis, Hofman, Brillues, Boehudt, Gion-Ramon Martinez and Berkhout
alternates
Nick Tijhuis, De Ruyter, Meis, Buck, Bosma, De Vries, Van Kooten and Laane
1.º set 2.º set 3.º set
31-29 25-16 25-21

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BALL – Coach speaks of ‘tremendous pride’ and explains Bale departure (Wales)

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BALL - Coach speaks of 'tremendous pride' and explains Bale departure (Wales)

Wales manager Rob Page underlined his “pride in the players” after losing 3-0 to England this Monday in the Qatar World Cup Group B match in Doha. dictated the elimination of the Dragons in the group stage, expressing concerns about the injury of Gareth Bale, the team’s star substituted at halftime, due to the injury he showed at the end.

“Five minutes before break Gareth [Bale] I felt pain in my hamstring. But also Joe Allen and Ben Davis had to be replaced due to injuries. As you can see, it was a huge effort for everyone in the group: I am very proud of this group of players.”

The Dragons said goodbye to Qatar with a 1-1 draw against the United States as the best result and two defeats against Iran (0-2) and now England (0-3), but for the Welsh coach, qualification for the World Cup final was a real achievement.

“The task now is to show that this has never happened without an example, before it became customary. [a qualificação para fases finais de grandes provas]🇧🇷 But it’s still very hard to digest this liquidation. I think we were exceptional in the first half. [0-0 ao intervalo]thanks to tremendous efforts even without the ball, ”said Page.

“We could and should have had more and better possession of the ball, but, I repeat, not a single derogatory word about these “boys” will come out of my mouth: they gave everything in this game! I was a little disappointed with the second goal, but today is not the day to talk about negative things,” said the Welsh coach, who had a lot of fans in Qatar.

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“My message to everyone: don’t be disappointed! Now we will try to build the future of this team and work in this direction. Reaching the final round of the World Championship was an extraordinary feat. [não o lograva há 64 anos, desde o Mundial da Suécia-1958] this group of players,” concluded the technician who surrendered to his team.

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BALL – Grimaldo in irreplaceable form: the current situation with the extension (Benfica)

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BALL - Grimaldo in irreplaceable form: the current situation with the extension (Benfica)

This season’s undefeated Grimaldo has numbers unmatched by any other Spanish player in the major European leagues in terms of wins (23) and excelled in the Champions League group stage group stage with PSG and Juventus, scoring two goals and making the Champions League team of the week. In addition, he proved to be an important player for Roger Schmidt.

He is Benfica’s most used outfield player this season, with 2313 minutes, already scoring the third best in Luz with the current three totals. He has been used in 26 of the 27 official games this season – only not getting Rio Ave, between two games with PSG, without leaving the bench. But otherwise, almost nothing escaped him and practically did not give any advantage in the competition, that is, Ristic, who, having played 90 minutes against Rio Ave, plus 47 minutes against Caldas, in the Portuguese Cup, only had the right to crumbs in minutes, which says that Grimaldo for Roger Schmidt is currently an indispensable player in the eleven.

With seven months left on his contract with Benfica, Grimaldo is looking for an option that will guarantee him complete freedom and financial independence, especially after joining his father’s club. He knows how far Benfica can go and he also knows that the Luz club cannot accept the values ​​that have been thrown on the negotiating table.

As A BOLA reported in the last issue on the 24th, Benfica and Grimaldo met recently to discuss an extension during a meeting that did not reach an agreement but also did not leave the dossier in a position where it could not be resolved. in a favorable way. for the embodied.

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A new round of talks is now expected to be set to try to bring the parties closer, and this should take place soon, given that the Reds do not intend to drag things out beyond January and enter into a soap opera that could serve as a somewhat destabilizing factor. for the second phase of the season.

More about digital edition or in the print edition of A BOLA.

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A BOLA – reports and accounts approved, quotas increased and Academy in Maia (FC Porto)

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A BOLA - reports and accounts approved, quotas increased and Academy in Maia (FC Porto)

The members of FC Porto approved tonight at the big meeting held at the Dragau Stadium all the issues discussed and voted in the General Assembly of FC Porto with an overwhelming majority. Members also voted to update the quota values.

Before the act, a tribute was paid to Fernando Gomes, with those present in deathly silence for one minute in memory of the eternal 9. After that, the vice president in charge of finance had to present and explain in detail the positive results of more than 20 million euros that have passed no votes against, with only five abstentions.

Answering a question from a colleague about the Cidade FC Porto project, Fernando Gomez said that the Academy will be located in Maya and that the start of work depends only on the completion of a detailed plan, which is led by the architect Manuel Salgado, who designed the stadium. do Dragão and the Dragão Arena pavilion.

The third issue under discussion was the renewal of the monthly membership fee, and prior to the vote, it had the attention of Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa, who explained the need to revise the value “for the first time in over 11 years.”

The proposal to upgrade the Senior Membership Fee to €12, the Junior Membership Fee to €4 and the Annual Membership Fee to €30 was also adopted by a large majority of those present, with four votes against and 15 abstentions.

Pinto da Costa said he “thanked everyone for their presence” and “for the trust and support that has been felt for 40 years.” “There is much to be done and work to be done, so we must think about the future while working in the present. We have a lot of fights ahead of us, millions of taxes to pay and a media that is increasingly trying to topple Porto. We remain focused around our flag and don’t worry about elections.”

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