FIVB Volleyball Girls' U18 World Championship

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USA's libero proud of the victory on her Birthday


USA coach James Stone and libero Kenzei Maloney

James Stone, USA coach

"I see that Algeria didn't play very well today but our team can control all game in straight set.  And the next round we will meet Chinese Taipei that we never met before  and we have a little pleasure with Asian style because they had a fast attack  ."

Kenzie Maloney,USA player (Libero)

"I’m very happy that we won today, because today is my birth day. I’m so proud of my team, we played very well today and had a good reception and spike. In the next round we will improve and now have to think about our next match.”

Naima Belabes, Assistant coach of Algeria

“I think we did not play today because we had a problem with our defense. Furthermore, our team does not have much experience in world-class-competitions. And we are all happy with Thai fans, Thank you.”

Selma Benmansour, Captain of Algeria

“I would like to congratulate USA who played quiet easy against us, making it a good match. And now I m not serious about result today because we did our best. We need to play better in the ranking matches and enough to gain the experience.”

 

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