Pepper loses to GS Caltex… Oh Ji-young watches from the bench

Despite the recommendation of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Pepper Savings Bank Libero Oh Ji-young (35) was still unable to play for her former team, GS Caltex.

A professional volleyball women’s match between GS Caltex and Pepper Savings Bank held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 5th. Oh Ji-young, who transferred from GS Caltex to Pepper Savings Bank through a trade on December 27 last year, kept the bench that day as well. When Oh Ji-young missed the 4th round match between the two teams held on the 23rd of last month, it was revealed that Pepper Savings Bank had agreed not to use Oh Ji-young in the remaining matches against GS Caltex, and criticism was raised that the player’s basic rights were violated, but nothing changed.

As a result of requesting an authoritative interpretation from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) said, ‘There are elements that may infringe on the rights and interests of players or hinder fair competition between clubs. It is recommended to prepare institutional improvement measures’. However, as KOVO traded based on the current regulations, it was judged that it would be difficult to retroactively apply the regulations to be improved in the future. As a result, Oh Ji-young is expected to find it difficult to participate in the face-to-face match in the 6th round on March 9th. 메이저사이트

Directors also avoided giving specific answers. Lee Kyung-soo, 44, acting manager of Pepper Savings Bank, said, “I don’t think there is an answer I can give,” and GS Caltex coach Sang-hyun Cha, 49, also said, “I just wanted to focus on running the game to the club.” He emphasized that he only talked about whether he should follow the results of the federation’s announcement.”

In the game, GS Caltex escaped from three consecutive losses by winning 3-0 (25-14, 25-22, 25-16) to Pepper Savings Bank. GS Caltex MoMA (30, Cameroon) scored 23 points, the most of both teams. GS Caltex, with 36 points, jumped to 4th place, beating KGC Ginseng Corporation (35 points). The lowest-ranked Pepper Savings Bank fell into a three-game losing streak. It was disappointing that the receiving efficiency was 33.33%.

In the men’s match held in Suwon, KEPCO defeated Hyundai Capital 3-1 (20-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-23) and won the first four consecutive wins of the season. KEPCO (38 points), which added 3 points, surpassed OK Financial Group (37 points) and became 4th.

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