Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance coach Kim Sang-woo, who won the first pick in the Asian Quarter Draft, nominated Mongolian Apposite Spiker Eddie (24, 198cm), who was a student during his time as the head coach of Sungkyunkwan University.
The Korean Volleyball Federation (KOVO) held the 2023 Men’s Asian Quarter Draft held at the Jeju Sun Hotel on the 27th. While the order of selection was determined by lottery with equal probability, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance took the luck of the first nomination.
Coach Kim, who called Eddie’s name as the first priority, explained, “Due to the team’s situation, the offense is lacking. The libero and middle blocker positions are fine. I was thinking of reinforcing the offensive side and had Eddie in mind.”
Coach Kim was the command tower of Sungkyunkwan University before taking the baton of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance in the 2022-2023 season. Reunited with Eddie through the Asian Quarter Draft, he recalled the past, saying, “When I first entered college, I only weighed about 70kg and my body was small.” raised He continued, “I think he can become a better player,” he expressed his anticipation.
Regarding the guidance plan in the pro, “I plan to make weight training steadily for the physical part,” he said, “and I know the importance.” He continued, “I’ve taught all positions, and I’m the best at Apogee Spiker.” 토스카지노
Eddy came to Korea to study volleyball in 2017 with the dream of becoming a volleyball player. Having endured hard times over the past six years, his efforts have paid off in this tryout. In response, coach Kim said, “I’ve had a tough life as a player so far. That’s why I’m a player I’m more attached to,” and said, “I want to help him grow well.”
Eddie is fluent in Korean as he spent six years studying abroad in Korea. Director Kim said, “Reading and writing are basic,” and raised his thumb, saying, “To enter Sungkyunkwan University, you must obtain a level 4 certificate in the Korean Language Proficiency Test, but Eddie entered level 3. Now he speaks Korean better.”
Eddy, who still belongs to Sungkyunkwan University, has to play a college league game next month. Coach Kim said, “I think it’s better because I can continue training,” and “I plan to go often to see Eddie’s games because it’s close to the club’s gym.”