The ‘apology’ issued on the 10th by Heungkuk Life Insurance in the V-League Women’s Division is shocking. This is because the involvement of the players, which had only been rumored, has been officially confirmed. This is a point where you can guess how badly the club has treated its players. With this incident, the tradition and honor of Heungkuk Life Insurance, which had been built up over a long period of time, collapsed in an instant.
Another thing that has been confirmed is the background of the hard work of former manager Kwon Soon-chan. The club emphasized that the intervention in the game operation was ‘the result of excessive affection and expressed in the wrong direction’ and that it was ‘never acceptable and should not be repeated’. He confessed that he couldn’t even distinguish the roles of the front desk and the players even though they were a professional team.
As the club itself revealed, the club’s unacceptable intervention brought about the hardship of the manager. The essence of this situation is that the club intervened in every case and immediately threw it away when the manager did not listen to the instructions. The original explanation that ‘the club inevitably broke up because it did not match the direction the club wanted to go’ was just a play on words. Also, it was a lie when the new general manager protested that “there was no involvement in the recruitment of players.” 메이저사이트
The players already knew everything. Veterans Kim Yeon-kyung and Kim Hae-ran said, “There was an intervention in the use of athletes. There were some players who were offended by that,” he revealed.
No matter how urgent the position is, there will be no leader who wants to go to a place where the club can control it at will. This is a volleyball player’s pride issue. Head coach Lee Young-soo resigned after just one game, and Kim Ki-joong, head coach of Sunseon Girls’ High School, declined the baton. It has already become a ‘Poisoned Holy Grail’. And no matter who takes over, it will not be easy to win the hearts of the players. It is significant that Kim Yeon-kyung asked back, “Even if the next coach comes, isn’t it an unreliable part?”
It was late, but the club said they would normalize the abnormality. He promised to thoroughly block the involvement of the club and fully respect the director’s inherent authority. Then, as the first measure of normalization, I suggest returning director Kwon to his original position. Director Kwon Jeon has done well so far. He also has the ability to challenge his goal of winning. There is a lot of trust with the players. Wouldn’t it be the way to deal with this situation by guaranteeing autonomy and giving players the opportunity to challenge for the championship to their heart’s content?