6 games in 17 days... Coach Kang Seong-hyung, “It’s not a situation where we can focus on a specific game.”

In the professional volleyball women's division, Hyundai Engineering & Construction can take first place in the regular league in the 2023-2024 season on its own.

If they score 11 points in the remaining 5 games, including the home game against Cheongkwanjang held at Suwon Gymnasium on the 2nd, 1st place will be confirmed regardless of the results of 2nd place Heungkuk Life Insurance's remaining games. 온라인카지노

The problem is that the game schedule is too tight.

Hyundai Engineering & Construction, which played against GS Caltex on the 28th of last month, will hold the bylaws meeting after just two days of rest.

After resting for 3 days, they will compete against Korea Expressway Corporation on the 6th, followed by IBK Industrial Bank of Korea on the 9th, Heungkuk Life Insurance on the 12th, and Pepper Savings Bank on the 16th.

It is a deadly schedule with 6 games played in 17 days.

The players' condition is not perfect.

Asian quarter player Wipawi Sitong (registered name Wipawi), the pillar of the team and the core of the offense and defense, suffered from shoulder pain until recently, and Ko Ye-rim, who returned after undergoing surgery on both knees, is not in 100% physical condition.

Most of the main players, including foreign mainstay Moma Vasoko Letizia (registered name Moma), are experiencing physical problems.

This is not a situation where we can give 100% effort in all remaining games.

Hyundai Engineering & Construction manager Kang Seong-hyung has no choice but to worry about securing first place in the regular league and distributing the physical strength of his players.

In response to a related question ahead of the home game against Cheong Kwan-Jang on the 2nd, Coach Kang Seong-hyung said, "First of all, our goal is to secure first place with our own strength," and "It is not a situation where we can place emphasis on a specific game.

It is unfortunate that there is a tight schedule, but first, we will do our best as much as possible"

“We have to face the remaining games while accumulating wins,” he said.

Coach Kang continued, “Until today’s game, the team’s physical strength will not be a big problem,” adding, “I am worried about future games, but we will do our best in every game.”

Regarding Wipawi, he said, "He is in good physical condition to play as a starter. After seeing him warm up, we will decide whether to start him or not."

Coach Hee-Jin Ko of CheongKwanJang, who has recently won 5 games in a row and virtually secured 3rd place in the regular league, said, "We will focus on maintaining our current performance in the remaining games."