Its a Coach Tilikainen Says We Weren’t at 100% Strength
“It is true that our team was not at 100% strength, but that is no excuse.”
The Korean Air Jumbos played Woori Card in the third round of the ‘Dodram 2023-2024 V-League’ held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 7th.
In the match against Woori WON, they lost with a set score of 1-3 (26-24, 23-25, 23-25, 23-25)
falling into their second consecutive loss.
For Korean Air, Jeong Ji-seok, who had not played in a single game due to injury
returned from injury and scored 8 points (46.2% attack success rate). 먹튀검증사이트
However, foreign player Lincoln was unable to play at 100% performance due to an injury.
Lim Dong-hyuk scored 29 points (54.7% attack success rate)
the most points of both teams, but was ultimately unable to prevent the team from losing.
Coach Tommy Tilikainen said in a post-game interview, “It is true that our team was not at 100% strength
but that is no excuse. We should have done well.
The goal should have been scored at an important moment, but that part is disappointing.
Woori Card played well, scoring well at important moments. It’s unfortunate that we lost as a team.
It was a close loss, but still a loss is a loss.
Rather, I think we should have played without fear.
Even if you make a mistake, you must shake it off right away.
It is my job to encourage the players and make them play their own way
he said in his general review of the game.
“The positive thing is that Jeong Ji-seok came back and showed a good performance,” said coach Tilikainen.
He welcomed Ji-seok Jeong’s return, saying, “It was good to see him come on the court today and do well.
On the other hand, regarding Lincoln, it was revealed that he is unlikely to play in the next game.
Coach Tilikainen, who faced Woori Card three times this season and lost all three times, said about how to make up for the inferiority,
We need to play three more games against Woori Card this season. It could be more than that.
That part will be kept an industry secret. “The opposing team will also analyze it in its own way, and we will also analyze it in our own way,” he said with a smile.
Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol, who had a pleasant three-game winning streak, said, “We stuttered in the first set.
When attacking, the players’ rhythm did not match well. But in the later sets, the match we had in mind went well.
As our players progressed, they analyzed and followed instructions well.
I think today’s victory will be a great help to the players.
As I said before the game, there are a lot of young players on our team
so it’s important to gain confidence,” he said.