Bryansky became the head coach of the Russian men’s volleyball team

MOSCOW, June 16 – The head coach of the Moscow “Dynamo” Konstantin Bryansky led the Russian men’s volleyball team, according to the website of the All-Russian Volleyball Federation (VVF).
Bryansky replaced Tuomas Sammelvuo, who left the post in May after the expiration of the contract. The decision to appoint a Dynamo coach to the post of head of the national team was made following a meeting of the Presidium of the All-Russian Volleyball Federation.
“Members of the Presidium, taking into account the opinion of the Supervisory Board of the VFV and taking into account the success of the capital’s Dynamo in recent years, agreed to appoint Konstantin Bryansky to the post of head coach of the Russian national team,” said Alexander Yaremenko, General Secretary of the VFV.
Under the leadership of Bryansky, Moscow “Dynamo” became the champion of Russia twice in a row, won the Cup and the Super Cup of Russia.
Earlier, the International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) suspended the Russian team from participation in international competitions and deprived the right to host the 2022 World Championship. The World Championship was to be held in Russia on August 26 – September 11 in 10 cities of the country. Also, the stages of the Volleyball League of Nations were transferred from Russia.



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