Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Big happiness for GVK

The wind has changed for the Gislaved girls

It may certainly be the case - on Tuesday took GVK namely first win after seven straight defeats.
"That's because a lot of patience," says coach Daniel Magnusson.
RIG Falköping-Gislaved 0-3 (13-25, 22-25, 23-25)
Daniel Magnusson and his GVK is far from having had it easy during the winter.

The team ended the autumn season with disastrous seven straight losses but on Tuesday it seems the winds have changed.

"Although we have lost many matches, we have gone down with flying colors, and it has not been reflected in the league's table. Anyway, it was obviously nice to win again and we succeeded because we turned fought hard against RIG Falköping, who sits last in the table," says Daniel Magnusson.

Dutch attacker Ester De Vries was again a top player and scraped together 13 points; as did Finnish spiker Hanna Salomäki.

"It is very impressive for Hanna considering she is still battling the flu from winter break," says Magnusson.

Against RIG, who has eleven straight losses, GVK was able to sub in a number of girls who have not had that much playing time.

"Elin Andersson was a positive injection that for a long time has proved that she is ready for the Elite League. Even Pauline Adolfsson made a strong effort and came in and had a service ace directly off the bench," says Daniel Magnusson.

Gislaved's match next January 23, when Sollentuna visits Gisle Sportcenter.

"In addition to the team's patience, I am very satisfied with the win and hope we continue to take this with us for the future," concludes GVK-head coach.

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