We must go for more, Grossi remarks


Alejandro Grossi, head coach of Argentina said that despite the win over Turkey, his team must play with more game volume and no fear.

Tijuana, Mexico, September 16, 2015 - To be part of the Best Four teams in a competition like a world championship is a big achievement. But the Argentinian team look for more as they close the second pools phase on Thursday.

The victory celebration is over and now there are some  things to fix.  

“I have mixed sensations. I am glad for winning, for qualifying to the semi finals at the World Championship, but not so happy with the level of game,”Alejandro Grossi, coach of Argentina said.

“Our match was not quite good, our level of game was not good as we played a match very nervous, not as we could play or we should. Turkey made us play  and we won, as we go for more.”

Captain Gaston Fernandez appreciated the support of the Argentinian fans who showed up at the Baja California High Performance Centre.

“Thank you I appreciate their support, and also I want to say thank you to all the fans that have been following us in the web (watching the livestream broadcasts and in social networks), ” said Fernandez.

“We are happy for this win, it was again a 3-0 victory, Turkey are a great rival, they have always been such great opponents as we knew it was going to be a very tough match,” he said.

“We always played our game we were loyal to it and took the best chances by serving or breaking, this was a great result”

Baris Ozdemir, coach of Turkey stated: “All the matches in the group have been tough first of all. Today we didn’t do all that we told before, we did simple mistakes in critical points, so we did lose really closed sets.”

Turkey still have one more chance as They have to work harder against Brazil.

“Tomorrow is a very important match for us and for Brazil too, to decide who go to the final four. I know that there will be to teams that will do their best, but we want to do less mistakes as we want to move on,” Ozdemir concluded.



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