FIVB Nations League – Men

Brazil’s Maurício Will Miss 3 Weeks After Suffering Abdominal Injury

Brazil currently ranks 2nd in VNL’s standings, with an 8-1 record

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James Shaw Releases a Statement About His Plans for Next Year

James Shaw has decided not to play professional volleyball in order to finish his education. Shaw published a blog titled “Plans” in which he explains his decision.

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Italy Leaves Simone Giannelli off Week 4 Roster of #VNL

Simone Giannelli is the latest Italian starter to be left home to rest, in spite of the team teetering in 7th place and on the verge of a spot in the Final 6.

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In Miraculous Recovery, Georgi Bratoev Returns for Week 4 of #VNL

After spraining his week ago 2 weeks ago in the 2nd week of the Volleyball Nations League, Bulgarian setter Georgi Bratoev…

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2018 Men’s #VNL Pool 14 Preview: Germany Hosts Argentina, Japan & Russia

Germany will look to play giant killer again as they host Pool 14 with Russia, Japan and Argentina.

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2018 Men’s #VNL Pool 13 Preview: Australia, China, Italy, South Korea

Italy will look to pile up the wins this week with the bottom three teams in the Men’s Volleyball Nations League joining them in Pool 13.


Iranian Coach Claims Members of Volleyball Team Were Denied U.S. Visas

In an interview with VolleyMob’s Iranian correspondent, Iranian coach Igor Kolakovic says that his team manager and several players did not receive visas to enter the U.S. for this weekend’s leg of the Volleyball Nations League.

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Italian Setter Giannelli Suffers Right Leg Injury Against Japan in #VNL

Simone Giannelli, the starting setter for the Italian Men’s Volleyball team, will miss action this week after suffering an injury.

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Verbal Conflict Before the Start of Iran vs. China

Iran during a training session in the UFA arena.

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Australia, Japan Score Day 9 Upsets, VNL Top 4 Teams Remain the Same

Sunday brought a few surprise results and standout performances, but the top four teams stood strong in Brazil, Poland, France and the United States.

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