Tough road trip in Marcianise for Avimecc Volley Modica

Preparations for Avimecc Volley Modica resume today in view of next Sunday’s delicate away match on the Volley Marcianise field.

Coach Giancarlo D’Amico’s blue-and-whites will have to reset everything after the internal defeat with the vice-leader Ortona and will have to concentrate as best as possible for the next commitments which for Capelli and his teammates will be of fundamental importance to understand what the future of the County sextet will be.

Against Ortona, the team played well in flashes, it put the Abruzzo sextet in difficulty especially in the first set, but then the values ​​​​on the pitch came out and Ortona proved to be a team that not by chance aims for an immediate return to Serie A2 .

“We certainly knew the value of our opponents – explains coach Enzo Di Stefano – with superior category players who deserve the place they occupy in the standings. It’s a shame because in the first set we managed to put them in difficulty. We got off to a good start, we approached the match well, but then the real values ​​on the pitch came out. From the second set onwards, they put us in difficulty in all fundamentals, our wall-defense correlation didn’t work as we wanted and I think Ortona deserved the victory. It’s a shame – he continues – because we had worked with the right focus despite the problems the individuals had, we had arrived at the match with the right concentration, but the value of the opponents showed on the pitch. From today – concludes Giancarlo D’Amico’s deputy – we will go back to work to prepare the next engagement in Marcianise. For us, from now on, all matches will be like finals, because we know that in the second round the teams aim for their goals whether they are play offs, salvation or play out. We will go to Marcianise