“It’s hard to catch the mind” Heungkuk Life Insurance drifting, what’s wrong with the players?
Heungkuk Life Insurance was clearly cruising. But now the players are busy preparing for the game and running, but they also have to fight the confusion that may last forever.
Heungkuk Life Insurance set a score of 3-1 (25-23, 30-28, 23-25, 26 -24) and won 4 in a row. The players did not lose their concentration even in the messy situation of the replacement of the command tower and the continuing agency system.
The conductors of the last three games were all different. On December 29th, against Hyundai E&C was coach Kwon Soon-chan’s last game, and against GS Caltex on the 5th, led by head coach Lee Young-soo, he resigned after the game was over. Afterwards, Heungkuk Life Insurance announced the appointment of new coach Kim Ki-joong, but coach Kim Dae-kyung took command of the IBK match on the 8th as coach Kim could not join.
Heungkuk Life Insurance is facing a “big match” against No. 1 Hyundai E&C on the 11th, and it is unclear whether coach Kim Ki-joong will be able to make his debut in the match. In this situation, the players are not even shared with the club’s decision and future plans. It’s been less than 10 days since the New Year, but too many things have happened to the Heungkuk Life Insurance team.
Kim Hae-ran, who we met after the game on the 8th, said, “After the last game, I only had time for a day or two, so I was busy trying to make up my mind. The preparation process was not easy.” Even ace Kim Yeon-kyung was not in good shape. Veteran Kim Hae-ran, who has gone through all of the maternity battles, is also in a situation where he cannot help but be shaken. 안전놀이터
Kim Hae-ran confessed, “It was difficult for me as a senior to hold on to my mind because this and that kept overlapping. In the absence of Yeon-kyung, it would be difficult for my juniors to shake if I was shaken, so I referred to it.”
Foreign player Yelena is also embarrassed by this situation. As a foreign player, it may be more difficult to accept the situation, but Yelena says, “It’s obviously confusing and difficult,” but says, “I know other Korean players will have a harder time, so I have no choice but to overcome it together.”
Concentrating on the game, focusing on winning like nothing happened is all the players can do right now. Kim Hae-ran said, “Fans come with pickets, and it’s so moving and gives me strength. I think it’s thanks to the fans that I can endure now.” On the cheering tools held by Heungkuk Life Insurance fans, the phrases “Happy Volleyball” and “Fans cheer and support the players” are written on them.