Volleyball Explained

Andrea Anastasi | First Tempo Podcast

Andrea Anastasi | First Tempo Podcast

❤️ 🎙Andrea Anastasi has been one of the top actors on the world volleyball 🏐 stage for already 40 years. European and World champion as a player, three times European champion as a head coach (two times with Italy 🇮🇹, a sensational triumph with Spain 🇪🇸 in 2007), another three successes in the World League with Italy 🇮🇹 and Poland 🇵🇱.   ✅ The coach as a director of the orchestra;  ✅ Italian domination in the 90s;  ✅ Shocking the world: 🇪🇸 Spain - European champion;  ✅ Remembering Miguel Angel Falasca ❤️;   ✅ 🇵🇱 Poland - prospering hugely.  Follow us in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/volleyballexplained  Follow us in Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/volleyballexplained If you like our content, support us in Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/volleyballexplained! All earnings will be re-invested in the channel. Anastasi played 141 matches for Italy national team, winning the 1990 World Championship, 1989 European Championship, gold medalist of the 1990 World League and 1991 World League with Azzurri.  As a coach Anastasi started with Brescia in 1994. Then from 1995 to 1999 coached Montichiari at Serie A1. In 1999, he was chosen as head coach of Italy. He achieved many successes with Italian national team. He led the team to double gold in 1999 during the 1999 European Championship and 1999 FIVB World League. In 2000 he repeated success and won World League, in addition the achieved bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics. in final Italy against Argentina (3-0) to reach bronze medals. In the last year of coaching Italy, Anastasi gained with them bronze medal of 2003 FIVB World League and gold medal of the 2003 European Championship.  Then Anastasi moved to coaching Spain. In 2007 European Championship he led Spanish to historic title of European Champions held in Moscow. Spain beat hosts in the finale and made 15 victories in a row. In 2007 Anastasi came back to work with Italy. However, this time without many success (4th place at the 2008 Summer Olympics, 10th place at the European Championship and 4th place at the 2010 World Championship). He was fired in 2010.  Poland after bad year 2010 decided to change a head coach and squad. Andrea Anastasi began work as head coach on February 23, 2011. On July 10, 2011, Poland won first medal of the World League in history.  In next year on July 8, 2012, won the final match of 2012 FIVB World League against United States (3-0). At 2012 Olympic Games his team took 5th place.  Nowadays he is coaching Verva Warszawa.

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