Woori Card manager Shin Young-chul, who was in a sluggish 5-game losing streak, expressed regret by pointing out the teamwork between setter Hwang Seung-bin and the players.
Woori Card lost with a set score of 2-3 in the match against KEPCO in the 5th round of the Dodram 2022-23 season V-League men’s division held at Suwon Indoor Gymnasium on the 12th. Even after winning two sets first, they collapsed by giving up three sets.
Woori Card, which had 5 consecutive losses, recorded 14 wins and 14 losses (41 points), maintaining an uneasy 3rd place ahead of Korea Electric Power Corporation (41 points, 13 wins and 15 losses) with many wins. 슬롯사이트
For Woori Card, Song Hee-chae struggled with 22 points, but ace Na Gyeong-bok scored 14 points and the attack success rate was 30%. It was also painful that foreign player Riverman Agamez (registered name Agamez) only scored 12 points and had an attack success rate of 36.36%.
Woori Card played close matches to the final set in 4 of the last 5 matches, but lost all of them, leaving a bigger regret.
After the game, coach Shin bit his lip, saying, “Agamez has to solve it, but it wasn’t easy.”
Regarding the sluggish performance of Na Gyeong-bok, a native ace who was lacking on this day, he pointed out the collaboration with the setter. In Woori Card, whenever Hwang Seung-bin, the main setter, was shaken, rookie Han Tae-joon was substituted, but due to a lack of overall support, he suffered a come-from-behind defeat.
Director Shin Young-chul said, “(Na) Kyung-bok is not in good shape, but in the end, the setter has to match it well.” In order to do that, (Seungbin) has to work harder.”
He did not forget the regret he had for Agamez. On this day, Agamez made an uncomfortable expression by touching his right elbow after the middle of the set.
Coach Shin said, “It hurts more if it doesn’t work,” and encouraged him, saying, “My right elbow isn’t good, but I said it was okay during practice. As the team’s ace, I have to do it with a sense of responsibility.”
Coach Shin Young-cheol, whose losing streak is getting longer, said, “In the end, it’s the manager’s responsibility.”