The Greek women’s volleyball team PAOK defended Jae-young Lee and Da-young Lee.
PAOK General Manager Costas Amoridis mentioned the controversy over school violence between twin volleyball players on Greek radio broadcast ‘Metropolis’ on the 20th.
Amoridis asked, “Even if I did something wrong, it was my school days (not recently). Does that mean I have to die now?”
He said, “I don’t intend to deny the problem, but the two of them are only in trouble when they are 25 because they bullied someone when they were 16. I don’t think they committed a death sentence 9 years ago. The responsibility rests with me and the club.”
Lee Jae-young and Lee Da-young were disqualified from the national team by the Korea Volleyball Association after they were found to be perpetrators of school violence in February.
Heungkuk Life’s Pink Spiders, which was a member of the team, also gave up their registration for the 2021-22 V League. It was also revealed that Lee Da-young got married in 2018 and is currently in the process of divorce.
After that, the sisters chose the Greek league and got a work visa and left on the 17th.