Korea Expressway Corporation, led by coach Kim Jong-min, will play against Hyundai E&C in the 4th round of the Dodram 2022-23 V-League Women’s Division at the Gimcheon Indoor Gymnasium on the 24th.
The Korea Expressway Corporation was on a three-game winning streak, but recently fell into a two-game losing streak. IBK Industrial Bank on the 17th and Heungkuk Life Insurance on the 21st both collapsed powerlessly with a 0-3 shutout complete defeat. At the same time, the ranking also fell to 4th place. 스포츠토토
Before the game, coach Kim Jong-min said, “When I played against IBK Industrial Bank, I unilaterally gave the flow to the opponent and passed the atmosphere. When playing with Heungkuk Life Insurance, we had a chance to win, but at that moment a miss came out. Didn’t the players lose their mood there?” he looked back.
Coach Kim continued, “There are always ups and downs, but the setters and strikers are getting along little by little. Now, leaving the breathing part, I hope the players will show a little more desire to win on the court.”
During the losing streak, veteran middle blocker Bae Yoo-na was disappointed. The IBK Industrial Bank match was 5 points, and the Heungkuk Life Insurance match stayed at 4 points. Bae Yoo-na, who scored double-digit points in a row in the previous 4 games, did not perform well, so the road construction had no choice but to play a difficult game.
Director Kim said, “The opponent is intensively checking Bae Yoo-na. As a result, it is more difficult to score points than before. When a point is scored on one side, the ball is driven to that side. There are still immature parts of the setter operation,” he said.
Road construction has recently fallen behind in fourth place. The game on this day and the GS Caltex game on the 27th, the last game of the 4th round, can be an important point in determining the ranking of the road construction.
However, coach Kim Jong-min said, “We are in an all-out war. There is no room to adjust. Maybe I should adjust my training. I think the players will manage well because they have a lot of experience.”