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“It’s more than a big drama”… The IBK crisis that the V-League commander talks about

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“Leave the players and coaches who left without permission, and only the manager is fired… Unsensible response”

“If the uprising is not corrected, the second Songhwa Cho and Sani Kim may emerge.”

Seo Nam-won, sacked former IBK Industrial Bank supervisor

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(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Shin Chang-yong = “It’s a team where players choose a coach, and in that team, what kind of leader can say a word to the players?” (Manager A)

“Does it make sense to put a coach who has left the team to act as manager? Ask people. 100 out of 100 people will say they don’t understand.” (Manager B)

IBK Industrial Bank of Korea, a women’s professional volleyball team that is experiencing extreme confusion due to the recent rumors of discord within the team due to the departure of starting setters Jo Song-hwa and coach Kim Sa-ni without permission, on the 21st, the IBK Industrial Bank of Korea fired coach Seo Nam-won and general manager Yoon Jae-seop at the same time.

It is natural to ask the commander to take responsibility for managing the team. Although it is still early in the season, the manager has no choice but to take infinite responsibility for the team’s performance that fell to the bottom.

However, this sacking is controversial in that he took out the manager sacking card first before taking strong measures against players and coaches who broke the team rules.

Coach Sani Kim and Songhwa Jo left the team during training on the 13th. It is known that Jo Song-hwa started training with an insincere attitude that did not even answer the coach’s questions.

They returned before the match against Pepper Savings Bank on the 16th and left the team again.

Nevertheless, IBK Industrial Bank of Korea refused the resignation of coach Sani Kim, who returned after leaving the team without permission, and asked, “Please work hard for the normalization of the team,” and presented the acting coach’s baton instead of the ‘scourge of disciplinary action’.

Manager Seo Nam-won seems to be holding on to the coach who left after threatening to quit without any consideration at the club, asking him to stay with the team.

IBK Industrial Bank Team

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The V-League women’s team managers were at a loss for words at IBK Industrial Bank’s strange response to a coach who rebelled against the coach to raise the discipline of the team.

In addition, IBK Industrial Bank of Korea did not mention the specific level of disciplinary action, only saying that it would take corresponding measures against the so-called Songhwa.

Even though the rest of the key players have consistently played sabotage suspiciously, the club has not taken any action.

Looking at the response of IBK Industrial Bank of Korea, it seems that they are on the side of coaches and players who have left the team with dissatisfaction with the coach.

Coach A, who watched the current situation, said, “If someone has to take responsibility for a discord within the team or for a player’s departure without permission, it is right for the coach to lose.” I don’t understand the fact that coach Kim Sani was appointed as an acting coach.”

Manager A said that the series of processes in which head coach Jo Wan-ki, who was appointed with coach Seo, recently left the team, and then was sacked from the team, reminded him of former coach Kim Woo-jae of last season.

Former coach Kim Woo-jae left after receiving all the arrows despite putting his team on the playoffs last season.

IBK Industrial Bank of Korea tried to refresh the atmosphere by recruiting new manager Seo Nam-won, but Seo was kicked out after 9 games.

Those who had a conflict with coach Kim Woo-jae and manager Seo Nam-won and stirred up the atmosphere of the team were also acquitted this time.

Kim Woo-jae, former director of IBK Industrial Bank
Kim Woo-jae, former director of IBK Industrial Bank

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Manager A lamented, “It seems that some senior players have driven the situation so that Coach Sani Kim becomes the manager.

Director B emphasized that IBK Industrial Bank should not overlook this issue by sacrificing director Seo Nam-won. As such a workaround, the ‘Second Songhwa Kim · Sani Kim’ could come out again.

Manager B said, “The team tends to think of players as important resources and managers and coaches as consumables that can be changed at any time. I don’t know if I can trust and respect him.”

He said, “I’m cautious to say because I don’t know exactly what happened inside the IBK Industrial Bank, but it doesn’t make much sense to judge from common sense.” “Ask people. 100 out of 100 people will say they don’t understand. It’s worse than ‘drama’.”

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