Korean Air Jumbos, who won the combined championship in the 2022-2023 season, will compete in the 2023 AVC (Asian Volleyball Confederation) Men’s Club Championship. It is meaningful in that the V-League men’s team will participate for the first time since the launch of the professional league.

This competition is hosted by AVC and is an international competition supervised by the Bahrain Volleyball Association, with a total of 16 countries participating, including Korea. After going through the group stage, all the final rankings are covered from 1st to 16th.

Korean Air, representing Korea, was in Group A along with Bahrain, Australia and Indonesia. Group B includes Iran, Iraq, Taiwan, and Afghanistan, while Group C includes Japan, Thailand, Mongolia, and Yemen. Group D was made up of Kazakhstan, Qatar, Hong Kong and Kuwait.

Korean Air will start the tournament with the first match against Australia at 16:30 on May 14th local time, and will play 7 matches for a total of 8 days until the 21st.

A total of 16 players will participate, including champion players such as Han Seon-seok, Kwak Seung-seok, and Jung Ji-seok. Jeong Han-yong, Lim Dong-hyuk, Kim Min-jae, and Kim Gyu-min, who were selected as national representatives, will join the Jincheon National Training Center in Chungcheongbuk-do after participating in the competition.

The Korean Air team participating in this competition will travel to Manama via Dubai via Korean Air flight KE951 departing at 13:30 on the 11th.

The front desk, including general manager Kwon Hyuk-sam, and coaching staff, including head coach Tommy Tilikayinen, will move to Manama on the 10th from Turkiye Istanbul, where the foreign player tryout was held, and start preparations for the tournament 먹튀검증.

Coach Tommy showed his determination, saying, “I will try to create a lot of experience and tactics through participation in international competitions. In particular, I will give young players a lot of opportunities to make the team a stronger team. The goal is to win.”

Korean Air will not participate in this tournament due to the expiry of the International Transfer Agreement (ITC) for Lincoln (Australia), a foreign player. Domestic players come together tightly. Meanwhile, other participating countries have strengthened their strength by signing for a 2-week or 4-week lease. Among the players who were not selected for this tryout, several players, including Daudi, are heading to Bahrain. Korean Air is expected to be able to achieve a certain level of performance only when it shows concentration.

Korean Air participates in the 2023 AVC Club Championship… Departure to Manama on the 11th

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