Pietro Figlioli's return warms the heart of the Pro Recco fans as the striker previously played in the team for nine years, in 2006/2007 and from 2009 to 2017. After two seasons in Lombardy, first at Sport Management and then at Brescia, now it's time to write new chapters with
The 40-year old, veteran goalkeeper Stefano Tempesti will stay in Italy.
As known, Stefano Tempesti leaves his beloved club, Pro Recco after signing with them back in 2003. The reason for leaving is simple: he wants to have more opportunities to play as currently Marko Bijac is Recco's number 1 goalkeeper.
These past three days of the Champions League Final 8 tournament was a tough journey for the teams as there was only once chance to win against a team to finish at a higher place. What did matter was when a team won or lost. For example, CNAB had 1
As Hannover hosted the Final 8 series, home of Waspo 98, a lot of people hoped for the team to perform well. Anyone who thought that the two teams would dabble in this duel, was mistaken. It was a tough fight today, and even though Waspo lost 8-10 to BPM,
Croatia's water polo team, Jug Dubrovnik lost to FTC yesterday, but today defeated Italian BPM Sport Management in the 5th to 8th place scoring 11-8 (0-1, 5-3, 1-1, 5-3). With this victory, the Jugs reserved the opportunity to fight tomorrow for the 5th place in the Champions League Final 8
After going down 1-0 in the first minute of play, the Erythrolefki scored four unanswered goals to take a 4-1 lead and eventually found themselves ahead 5-3 after the conclusion of the first period of play. After the second period, Olympiacos maintained a solid 8-6 lead. Two early goals in
The trouble is big at Waspo 98: Not only because they only play for seventh place on Saturday, but much more, because the referee performance in the defeat caused AN Brescia for excitement.
Vanda Orosz (WPNews)
There were quite a few fouls in a real defensive battle. Waspo was punished more than
Defending European champions, Olympiacos, edged AN Brescia of Italy 8-7 to reach the semi-finals of the LEN Champions League today.
The Erythrolefki got off to a solid start, finding themselves ahead 2-1 after the first period of play. By half-time, they had extended their lead to 6-3. The Italians reduced Olympiacos’
The first quarter was very close. BPM was the first to move forward, but two goals from Alejandro Bustos have led Barceloneta to finish the quarter with 1-2. The second quarter; however, was key to the players of Chus Martín. The Italians were able to tie the game just at
Waspo kept up well for a long time but ultimately lost to the favorite Pro Recco.
The host was leading 2-0 in the first quarter, making a furious start against the superstars of Pro Recco. Later, when Pro Recco scored 4 goals in a row, Waspo did not give up the game.