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Netzhoppers want to appear as a "very hungry team"

2021-10-15T08:27:35.650Z

The volleyball players of the Netzhoppers KW-Bestensee are aiming for their first win of the season in the Bundesliga home game on Sunday (3 p.m.) against the Grizzlys Giesen. Outside attacker Dirk Westphal promised the spectators in the Landkost Arena “a very hungry team that absolutely wants to win, regardless of whether it is 3: 0, 3: 1 or 3: 2”.



The volleyball players of the Netzhoppers KW-Bestensee are aiming for their first win of the season in the Bundesliga home game on Sunday (3 p.m.) against the Grizzlys Giesen.

Outside attacker Dirk Westphal promised the spectators in the Landkost Arena “a very hungry team that absolutely wants to win, regardless of whether it is 3: 0, 3: 1 or 3: 2”.

Bestensee - In their first two Bundesliga games, the Netzhoppers only gave up after tough resistance.

Against the United Volleys in Frankfurt and at the SWD powervolleys in Düren, the two tiebreaker defeats gave the Brandenburgers at least one point.

The results left a rather different impression on the team.

Westphal: “On the one hand, that's a good sign because we can keep up with the top teams.

On the other hand, you also have a bad feeling because you've lost and the pressure is there for the next game. "

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The change in personnel with seven new players and Poland's Tomasz Wasilkowski as the new coach went hand in hand with a difficult preparatory phase in which players repeatedly had to withdraw from injuries at times.

That's one of the reasons Westphal currently says: "We're only at 65 to 70 percent, there is still room for improvement."

How Giesen's dangerous diagonal attacker Hauke ​​Wagner is to be stopped on Sunday, initially only occupied the Netzhoppers with secondary concern in preparation for the game.

"We paid more attention to our own construction sites," said Westphal.

dpa

Source: merkur

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