FIVB Volleyball Girls' U18 World Championship

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"We have more confidence for second round," said Serbia coach Mariana


Serbia coach Mariana Boricic was happy with the full record of her team

Marijan Boricic, Coach of Serbia

“Today we keep more concentrated on the game. We played with spirit and the after the match we finished in the first position in pool A we are very happy with result and the next round we will  play with more confidence for to qualify for the finals.

Jelena Vignjevic, Captain of Serbia

“Puerto Rico fought great today .Despite some unforced mistakes, I think we played better than the match before. The most important thing to us is go to final round to beat fourth team form pool B and congratulation for our team.”

Juan C. Rodriguez, Coach of Puerto Rico

“First of all congratulations to Serbia, their team is a top rank in pool A. today, Our serving and blocking were not good and  reception is the main problem with our team we will get experience form today improve our team to go to final round. ”

Wilmarie Rivera, Captain of Puerto Rico

“congratulation Serbia for winning today we have a lot of mistakes in teamwork .Our serving and blocking are not good and  reception is the main problem same like our coach said but we will improve our team for the next round and we think we will better”

 

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