Tunisia play hosts to six World League pool F matches
Tunis, Tunisia, June 11, 2014 - The local organising committee held a preview press conference ahead of the six FIVB Volleyball World League pool F matches to be hosted by Tunisia.
Six pool F matches will take place in Tunis|
Press Director Mr Houssem Koubaâ insisted on the importance of the online subscription system for journalists applying for accreditations. He explained the different FIVB instructions concerning journalists and promised his colleagues would do their utmost to provide journalists with optimal conditions in which to do their work.
The second communication was presented by the general manager and the President of the Tunisian Volleyball Federation Mr Mounir Ben Slimène, who focused on the importance of hosting such a great event. He also expressed his confidence in the level of preparation which has been reached by the local organising committee.
The last word went to Mr Mkaouer Fethi, the head coach of the national team, who analysed the performances of his players in the first part of the competition in pool F, which took place in Mexico City. Mr Mkaouer justified the three defeats of his team by the absence of three main players, Ben Hassine, Garçi and Karamosli. He promised the Tunisian fans a better performance in Tunis.
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