Last greeting from former coach Subero who left Korea “Hanwha, the day to smile will come soon”
Former Hanwha Eagles coach Carlos Subero, who was sacked during the season, said his final goodbyes to domestic baseball fans as he left Korea.
Former coach Subero left for the United States via Incheon International Airport with his family on the afternoon of the 13th.
Before boarding his plane, he posted a ‘video letter’ for KBO league fans on his SNS, expressing his gratitude for the support he had received for about three years.
Former coach Subero said, “I have finished all preparations to go home,” and “I am grateful to the KBO League fans, including Hanwha. I could feel a special atmosphere in any city. You are really special fans. Thank you for that,” he said.
He also showed a little more affection towards Hanwha fans.
Former coach Subero said, “I’m not saying this because I’m the manager of the team you cheered for. Hanwha fans are really the best.”
At the same time, he said that a rosy future would unfold for Hanwha. He sent a message of support, saying, “I can see that the team is ready to go up. The day to smile will come soon and they will laugh for a long time.”
At the end of 2020, former coach Subero, who was appointed as Hanwha’s 12th command tower and the first foreign command tower, was dismissed on the 11th without completing his three-year term.
During the tenure of former coach Subero, Hanwha recorded poor results with 106 wins, 15 draws and 198 losses (0.349 win rate). In 2021 and 2022, it was at the bottom, and when coach Subero resigned, Hanwha’s ranking this season was also 9th. Even over team management methods such as experimental baseball and extreme defensive shifts, there was friction with the club.토토사이트
However, coach Subero gave a wide range of opportunities to young players and led the growth of Noh Si-hwan and Moon Dong-ju. In addition, there is an evaluation that it was difficult to achieve good results considering the thin depth of the Hanwha team, which was in the bottom of the ten thousand years, and the sluggishness and injuries of foreign players.
Hanwha appointed Futures manager Choi Won-ho as the successor to former manager Subero and signed a three-year contract. Coach Choi has been in charge of the first team since the 12th.