We met at a table, not a court. 24 Asian Quarter Challengers and 7 Command Towers started a full-scale search.
The coldness before the tryout has already disappeared. Some players are already confirmed to go to Korea.
On the 26th, a face-to-face interview with the Asia Quarter participants and the command tower was held at the Jeju Sun Hotel. Apart from the practice game, the eyes of the coaches of the 7 teams shone sharply as they looked at each player’s peculiarities and began to pick out the best.
The 24 players were organized into three groups and participated in the interview. Mongolia (4 players), Japan (3 players), Malaysia (1 player) in Group A, Philippines (4 players), Hong Kong (1 player), Indonesia (2 players), Thailand (1 player) in Group B, Taiwan (8 players) It was Group C.
Attendees were staff members such as coaches and managers of each team. They approached the event carefully, asking detailed questions ranging from the players’ military service, schoolwork, and selection to the national team, to communication skills, and religion and related food.
In particular, the directors’ attention was focused on ‘whether or not to be selected during the season’. The V-League runs from mid-October to April. Most of them are members of national teams. Although it does not directly overlap with the season, there were many cases where they were scheduled to participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games or the AVC Cup. 스포츠토토
In terms of language proficiency, Bayarsaihan and Eddy (above Mongolia), who are counted as ‘number one candidates’, were also outstanding. Those who had already experienced 4-5 years of college volleyball in Korea seemed to have completely assimilated into Korean culture as they sat down and greeted the coaches and asked how they were doing. In addition, due to the on-site situation where there was no Mongolian interpreter, I took on the role of interpreter for Batsuri Batur and Kangal Tamira (above Mongolia).
Bayarsaihan drew attention by responding fluently to Korean Air director Tommy Tilikhainen’s sudden English question. When asked why he applied for the position as a middle blocker, Eddie replied, “I wanted to show potential in various positions,” but was faced with a sharp answer, “I need to know what I am better at.”