GS Caltex Director Cha Sang-hyeon “I know how to deal with Heungkuk Life Insurance, but it doesn’t work.”
Stadium police dispatched to post threatening female volleyball player’s safety
Coach Sang-hyun Cha applauds the players
Women’s professional volleyball match between GS Caltex and Jeong Kwan-jang held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Jung-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of the 14th.GS coach Cha Sang-hyun applauds the players in the first set.
Women’s volleyball, which is advancing toward the turning point, appears to have solidified its structure early on.
Heungkuk Life Insurance, which is leading with 9 consecutive wins (12 wins, 1 loss, 33 points), appears to have become stronger than last season, and second place Hyundai Engineering & Construction (10 wins, 4 losses, 32 points) is closely following Heungkuk Life Insurance.
3rd place GS Caltex, which was once challenging the ‘top 3 structure’, has recently widened the gap between the two teams with 8 wins, 6 losses, and 22 points due to consecutive losses.
GS Caltex is seeking a turnaround through the Heungkuk Life Insurance exhibition held at Samsan World Gymnasium in Incheon on the 9th.
It is often said that ‘the ball is round,’ but considering their objective history and recent atmosphere, Heungkuk Life Insurance is not an easy opponent.
GS Caltex coach Cha Sang-hyun said ahead of today’s game, “I think it will be a burdensome game. If our players do well in the beginning, it will be worth a shot.”
Teams facing Heungkuk Life Insurance all know how to increase their chances of winning.
All you have to do is block the main guns Kim Yeon-kyung and Jelena Mrazenovic (registered name Jelena).
The problem is that even if you know the answer, it is not easy to realize it on the court.
Coach Cha said, “Every team’s priority is how much to reduce Kim Yeon-kyung and Yelena’s attack success rate,” but added, “That’s not happening very well. Everyone knows that, but it’s not easy.”
From Coach Cha’s perspective, the prerequisite for GS Caltex’s victory is the stability of starting setter Kim Ji-won.
Coach Cha said, “Our team can run smoothly only when Kim Ji-won stays on the court longer. We need to help her hold on as well as possible.” He added, “I must admit that I am shaking right now. “I hope so,” he said.
Meanwhile, ahead of the game on this day, a post threatening the safety of a women’s volleyball player was posted on an Internet bulletin board, and a large number of police personnel were deployed around the Samsan World Gymnasium in Incheon. 카지노사이트