Men’s volleyball Korean Air signee Jeong Ji-seok shakes off injury to make season debut

Korean Air, looking to regain the men’s volleyball lead, has found a golden boy in outside hitter Jeong Ji-seok (28).Ahead of Korean Air’s match against Woori Card at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on Sunday, Korean Air head coach Tommy Tilikainen said, “Today, Jung-Seok was registered on the roster. Now that he’s on the roster, he’ll have a role to play. We have to see how he fits in, but he has improved a lot.”The outside hitter, who represents South Korea’s men’s volleyball team, felt back pain when he was called up to the men’s volleyball team for the Hangzhou Asian Games in September.He received treatment and played, but he wasn’t at his best, and when he returned to the team after the Asian Games, he wasn’t feeling well enough to play in the opening game of the V-League, so he was dropped from the team.Korean Air cruised in his absence.

With a combined 8 wins, 4 losses, and 25 points in rounds one and two, they remained in a tight race for first place with league leader Woori Card (10 wins, 3 losses, 27 points).While rookie Jeong Jung-yong has filled the void admirably, the weight of Jeong’s name is different.”It’s been a while since he’s been training with us,” Tilikainen said. His physical condition is good enough to play as usual.”Korean Air has lost both meetings with Woori Card this season.In the last match of the second round, on March 30, they lost 0-3 in straight sets.Tilikainen added: “For sure, we need to attack. Last time against Woori Card, everything didn’t work out. Woori Card is a strong team, so we need to do well in all areas to win.”In response, Woori Card coach Shin Young-cheol said, “Korean Air never loses to a team that has lost to them before. (“We shouldn’t be overly nervous, but we need 슬롯게이밍 to be well prepared,” he warned, adding, “They’ve lost to us twice, so their pride must be hurt.

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