Korean Air Coach Tommy Tilkainen, Who Regained the Lead
The Korean Air, challenging for a combined 4th consecutive victory, ranks first in men’s volleyball after 74 days
Korean Air coach Tommy Tilikainen did not hide his desire for the first four consecutive wins in men’s volleyball history.
Coach Tilkainen said through the Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) after the Korea Power Games held at Suwon Gymnasium on the 11th,
“We want to write a new history, and the opponent will try to stop us from doing so. 바카라사이트
“You can’t get anything for free,” he said.
On this day, Korean Air won the visiting game against Korea Electric Power Corporation with a set score of 3-0 and climbed to the top of the leaderboard.
It had achieved three consecutive wins in the regular season and championship game until last season.
Korean Air is attempting to win its first-ever four-game winning streak.
This season, Korean Air got off to an uneasy start due to injuries to main gun Jeong Ji-seok and foreign player Lincoln Williams.
As the power of competing teams such as Woori Card and Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance stabilized,
they were placed in an environment where it was more difficult to score points.
It has been 74 days since November 29 last year that Korean Air rose to first place in the regular season.
Coach Tommy Tilikainen
Coach Tilkainen said about regaining first place,
“Honestly, I didn’t count the days,” and added, “From now on,
it’s time to race against time to show good performance. It’s going to be a
tough fight going forward,” indicating that he will do his best until the end. revealed.
Korean Air, with 17 wins, 11 losses, and 53 points,
was barely ahead of Woori Card (18 wins, 9 losses, 52 points) after playing one more game,
with 8 games remaining in the regular season.
Coach Tilkainen gave an overall review of the game, saying, “As the season progresses,
the strengths of the veteran players in clearly recognizing their respective roles are being demonstrated.”
Wing striker Lim Dong-hyuk, who scored the most 22 points for both teams,
was praised, saying, “He showed a very strong performance on the right side.”