- They broke us at the end of the second set, when we had the lead which we had worked hard for. They got close. In my opinion they didn’t show anything special. It was us, we didn’t finish our attacks properly and the match turned around – Karol Kłos said after the game in Podpromie Hall.
All volleyball fans in Poland had been waiting for this clash. PGE Skra Bełchatów, the team which finally settled down their form and try to catch the leaders, ZAKSA Kędzierzyn-Koźle, were going to play against Asseco Resovia Rzeszów, who were far from their best. The team from Rzeszów lost last three matches (to Lotos Trefl Gdańsk in Polish Cup and in the league, and to Cucine Lube Civitanova in CEV Champions League), so from the point of view of PGE Skra, it was the best moment to meet them on their ground.
It was the third time this season when we had a whole week and we could comfortably prepare for the match. There was time for relax, one free day more and we could undertake regular training sessions: two at the gym and trainings in the hall – Wojciech Janas, responsible for physical preparation, explains.
It used to be a place where no one could beat Resovia, but Podpromie Hall doesn’t give Asseco Resovia Rzeszów such advantage anymore. They’ve already lost on their own ground three times this season.
On Tuesday, PGE Skra began the preparation for the Saturday’s match against Asseco Resovia Rzeszów. – We have a full week to get ready for this clash. We’ll try to improve and to play a good game at the weekend – Nicolas Uriarte says.