The Brazilian Volleyball Federation announced the selection of the 2021/2022 Men’s Super League. Lopez was chosen from Cruzeiro as the best player in the competition. In addition to Cuban, Cruzeiro also put center Isaac and coach Felipe on the list. From runners-up Minas, four players were selected: coach William, midfielder Mateus Penta, pointer Honorato and Libro Mike. Franco of Guarulhos was chosen as the best reverse.
– Means a lot. My first Superleague final. We had an excellent season. We make a lot of effort on a daily basis. I was named the best player, but I think any of us could have been chosen as the best player. Lopez said it’s important to be a better player, but I’d rather be a champion more.
Lopez was named the Men’s First Division Player of the Year – Photo: Thiago Fernandez
By the way, Franco received another award. He was chosen as the best player in the competition by popular vote and was awarded the “craque da gente” trophy. The opposite was the highest scorer in the competition with 477 points. He took the trophies in the second match of the final, as he is already in Sakuarima with the coaching of the national team of the League of Nations.
Rodrigueno, Cruzeiro’s pointer, took home the Viva Vôlei Cup in the Grand Final. The trophy is awarded to the best player in each match.
Rodriguinho was named best player in the final – Photo: Eliezer Esportes / MTC and Agência i7 / Sada Cruzeiro
Check out the list of award winners:
Best Lifter: William
Best vs: Franco
Best pointers: Honorato and Lopez
Best midfielders: Mateusz Penta and Isaac
Best Freestyle Player: Mike
Referee: Silvio da Silvera
Audience player: Franco
Best player: Lopez
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