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Volleyball, now the most difficult match for the Alto Canavese

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The match on the field of Acqui is scheduled for Saturday 8, which is second in the standings. So far, clear path, but there are still many pitfalls

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Sweet Christmas parties at Alto Canavese volley house. The Cuorgnatese team of president Piero Volpe in these first nine games of men’s Serie B group A has obtained as many successes, deserving the primacy in the standings. A deserved first place that represents an absolute novelty both for the Canavese club itself, given that never before had it been at the top of the standings in three years of Serie B. reached these levels.

A record that is the result of the excellent work done so far by the staff of coach Fabio Matteotti, whose first brick was to create the right amalgam after the transfer market this summer, when the team was almost 100% rebuilt. Milan, Romagnano, Palmisano and Armando arrived at PalaCuorgnè in the summer, among the most present in the field so far, to which must be added talented pawns such as the Frison brothers, David and Emanuel and nursery players such as Vercellino and Grande. At the end of the first round there is still one day to go. The Alto Canavese will have the hardest bone, that is Acqui Terme in Alessandria on Saturday 8 January, Covid-19 permitting: “We also have a match to recover, with Npsg La Spezia – says coach Matteotti -, scheduled on Saturday December 18 and then jumped due to the positivity to Covid-19 found in the La Spezia formation. During these Christmas holidays we trained regularly, starting on Saturday 8th. The aim is to follow up on what was done in the first part of the season. We have always won, nine out of nine and this roadmap has deep roots: one aspect above all that I think was very important is the fact that during each training session all the boys, even those who do not start in the game or enter alone. for a joke, they have always given their all, with great professionalism, intensity and determination to improve every technical aspect. We did not expect to be so high in the standings at the Christmas break – comments Matteotti – both because in the summer we had changed a lot and then because we were facing new teams, such as the Ligurians: Cus Genova, Colombo Genova, Lavagna, Zephyr La Spezia, or the newly promoted Collegno, who lost the playoffs against us to get to B three years ago. An aspect that gratifies me a lot about my boys is also the quality of the game expressed and the general growth of the team in mentality, awareness of their means and strength in facing each opponent with the right attitude, always respecting him, but never fear him ». –

Loris Ponsetto

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