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Coach Shin Young-cheol awakens the players’ desire to compete and I protest

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Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol is ordering an operation from players in the 3rd round of the championship match against Korean Air held on the 14th. Photo = courtesy of KOVO

Shin Young-cheol (57) Woori Card’s protest was intentional and calculated. On the other hand, the players emphasized and ordered not to lose their composure.

Woori Card defeated Korean Air with a set score of 3-0 (26-24, 25-20, 25-19) in the 3rd game of the 2020-21 Dodram V-League championship decision (3 wins from 5 matches) held at the Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 14th. . Woori Card, which preceded the championship with 2 wins and 1 loss, will achieve its first championship if it wins the 4th game in the same place on the 15th.

Two rare scenes took place in this day’s game.

Coach Shin Young-cheol asked for a video reading after Korean Air’s goal was scored in 8-8. Before Jung Ji-seok’s attack succeeded, he saw the ball that Na Gyeong-bok passed in the air ball fight as “Korean Air Lee Soo-hwang made a double contact.” After a long period of video reading, the final decision was made:’It’s not a double contact’.

Then, coach Shin Young-cheol threw his coat and rushed to the game supervisor’s seat. Woori Card player and coach Mok also protested loudly. Director Shin was frustrated, saying, “This is not it.” For this reason, the game was suspended for about five minutes, and a warning was given to coach Shin Young-cheol.

The 3rd leg match of the 2020-2021 V-League Volleyball Men's Championships held at the Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 14th.  First set Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol is protesting to the referees regarding the video reading.  KOVO provided

The 3rd leg match of the 2020-2021 V-League Volleyball Men’s Championships held at the Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 14th. First set Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol is protesting to the referees regarding the video reading. KOVO provided

After the game, coach Shin said, “It was probably the first time (the fierce protest),” and said, “In my own way, the video reading was a bit ambiguous. It was a deliberate act because I was afraid that we should show something to our players.”

After the end of the first set, Alex Faheira (registered name Alex) and Korean Air coach Roberto Santili had a battle. The referees directly stopped the conflict.

At this time, coach Shin Young-cheol explained, “I will protest (don’t get excited), so prepare for the next one.” He emphasized, “Now is the time to breathe with the players.”

Alex is a somewhat excited style as if he admits himself. Coach Shin Young-cheol said, “From the 6th round, he emphasized to Alex,’Show your performance in the stadium, but never get excited.’ I have always ordered mind control.” I’ve been told.”

Coach Shin Young-cheol’s intentional actions had a positive effect on his performance.

Woori Card left Na Gyeong-bok said, “Because the coaches of both teams were excited, we ran around because we thought we shouldn’t be depressed, so the game went well. Setter Seung-Woo Ha said, “The coach said,’I’ll protest, so you guys have fun.’ So I tried to enjoy the game regardless of the atmosphere.”

Coach Shin Young-cheol turned the ball, saying, “The players seem to be nervous about the first set, but thank you for overcoming it well.”

Jang Chung = Reporter Lee Hyung-seok


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