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We need to reduce our errors: Dominican coach Kwiek

We need to reduce our errors: Dominican coach Kwiek

Posted by Aimee Flores Jiminian on September 17, 2013

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The next goal of Brazilian Marcos Kwiek, coach of Dominican Republic, is to reduce the number of errors next weekend when his team plays in Puerto Rico against the hosts, Brazil and Bulgaria.

Marcos Kwiek, coach of Dominican Republic: “We knew it was going to be a tough and complicated game but we were able to win the second set despite so many errors. We won the match but I am not completely satisfied. We made unforced errors that we need to reduce in order to have chances in Puerto Rico.”

Carlo Parisi, coach of Czech Republic: “This kind of tournament is very worthy for learning; we have a young team and we need these matches with the best. We knew it was going to be a very difficult match, but not impossible for us to win. We don’t lament the loss since that is part of the game. To learn you have to accept the losses as learning experiences.”

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