Woori Card Gives Matei Kok Training Discretion

Woori Card Gives Matei Kok Training Discretion… Director Shin Young-cheol “Gives Responsibility”

Mathei Kok (registered name Matei), a foreign player from Woori Card,

the leader in men’s professional volleyball, received training discretion.

According to Woori Card on the 4th, Mattei received permission to miss training the day after the game starting from the 5th round after the All-Star break. 카지노사이트탑

As Matei’s skills gradually declined towards the mid-to-late season,

the club took special measures.

In fact, if you look at Mattei’s record for each round, the 4th round was the worst.

Matei recorded 141 points, 46.93% attack success rate,

and 0.167 serve points per set in 6 games in the 4th round.

In the first game of the 5th round on the 31st of last month, against Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance,

Matei scored 23 points (48.57% attack success rate), which is less than the native Kim Ji-han (27 points).

Shin Young-cheol, coach of Woori Card, said ahead of the KEPCO match on the 4th,

“The main players have recovery training in the afternoon (the day after the game),

but I told Mattei Kok, ‘If you want to rest, you don’t have to come out,’” adding,

“We are giving him that much responsibility.”

At the same time, he said with a smile, “If (Matei) says he needs to have a bottle of wine for dinner to feel good, he might eat it with him.”

Regarding Mattei’s poor performance, Coach Shin said, “It seems to be a combination of psychological, condition, and skill issues.

Before entering the game, I told Mattei kok, ‘Now you have to show (the results) with your body.

I trust you.’” reported.

Consideration for Matei has nothing to do with the fiercer men’s ranking battle than ever before.

1st place Woori Card (16 wins, 9 losses) has 47 points and is in strong pursuit of 2nd place Korean Air (15 wins, 11 losses).

Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, Korea Electric Power Corporation, and OK Financial Group,

ranked 3rd to 5th, are also eagerly waiting to advance to the top rankings with 40 points.

Coach Shin said, “The meaning of each game is quite significant.”

Coach Kwon Young-min of KEPCO, who is competing on this day,

also said, “I don’t think there has ever been a season like this (this season),” and added,

“The players will be stressed, but I think it will be an opportunity for them to grow to the next level.”

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