Hyundai Capital strikers are breathing with three setters this season. At the beginning of the season, Kim Myeong-gwan (26) and Lee Won-joong (28) teamed up with the strikers. From the third round, rookie Lee Hyeon-seung (22) gradually increased his participation. The team’s main striker, Apposite Spiker (right) Heo Soo-bong, and outside hitters (left) Jeon Kwang-in and Oreol are showing off excellent teamwork while embracing the different tendencies of the three setters this season.
Recently, Choi Tae-woong, head coach of Hyundai Capital, is giving Lee Hyun-seung and Kim Myeong-kwan more time to play with the attackers. The best scenario for coach Choi is to provide a platform for them to grow this season. Director Choi said, “Because I am young, I may lack experience. (Kim) Myeong-gwan is the same. “Experience takes time,” he said. Only then is it enough to recognize the movements and situations of opponents and the habits of our players.” 먹튀검증
Regarding breathing with setters, Heo Soo-bong said, “There was a thing that I often worked with Myeong-gwan hyung and (Lee) Won-joong hyung, but recently, thanks to spending a lot of time practicing with (Lee) Hyun-seung, my breathing is getting better. “It is more important to make setters feel comfortable with me than which setter I feel comfortable with. I have to handle any toss well,” he said.
environment has been prepared. The strikers are showing an unbalanced stance no matter which setter they work with. Thanks to this, it was possible for the setters to evenly distribute the toss. In the home game against Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance on the 15th, Heo Soo-bong (30.77%), Jeon Kwang-in (21.98%), and Oreol (32.97%) recorded an even attack share. Aside from the share of middle blockers (center) Song Won-geun and Choi Min-ho, it is noteworthy that the attack share of these three players was very even.
However, director Choi’s concerns seem to increase in the future. It wasn’t long before they were contemplating whether to encourage competition by identifying their own tendencies or to secure psychological stability by guaranteeing a starting position. Coach Choi said, “There are players who grow through good competition, and there are players who are dissatisfied with it. Rather, I felt that the younger generation seemed to prefer goodwill competition, but it was difficult,” he said.