Black Hawks Hyderabad is ready to attack! Led by World Championship gold medalist Carson Clark of the USA, you will be looking to make a mark in the inaugural edition of the six-team Pro Volleyball League starting February 2 in Kochi and Chennai.
Head coach Pir Singh Yadav, who was also the head coach of India’s national team in the recent Asiad, is overseeing the preparations at Kotla Vijaya Bhaskara Reddy Indoor Stadium here and is confident of his ‘young and talented team’ who have produced a huge upset. in the next tournament.
“This league is good for the players as well as for Indian volleyball itself. Playing with foreign players should make a huge difference in the way our players train and prepare for international events,” said Bir Singh. sports stars on Monday.
“We are a very good young team. The foreigners – Carson Clark and Alex Bader of Canada – must have a positive impact on their teammates with the sheer weight of their experience and skills.
“Every member is enthusiastic, motivated and determined to give their best and in the process be part of the Indian Volleyball teams for a long time. I think that is the biggest motivational factor for this PVL,” the coach felt.
Bir Singh says the focus in the one-week camp was on the first pass because the team has a very good attack. “We have the best all-round player in Carson and quarterback Ashwal Ray can raise the bar under pressure. There is no doubt we are looking for a team effort to achieve better results,” said the Hawks coach.
“The footballer was supposed to start playing back a long time ago along with Kabaddi and Badminton. I have seen a lot of people who have thought about quitting the sport but they continue to play now because of PVL. This should clearly encourage participation and elevation of the sport to A new level,” said the coach.
“Our first goal is to avoid mistakes and keep improving with each match. We have the talent and the full support of the owners to reach the final in the first edition. This is a brave team that can go the distance.”