Jeon Hoon wraps up, OK Financial Group manager Ogino says, “I understand the team’s strengths and weaknesses well.”

Men’s professional volleyball OK Financial Group has completed all of its field training in Japan. The OK Financial Group players ended their training schedule with a practice game against the Sakai Blazers, a V Premier League team, in Osaka, Japan on the 17th.

The OK Financial Group players took a day off on the 18th and will return home on the 19th. The team focused on improving their practical sense by playing practice games with Jaytect in the first week of training and with Sakai in the second week.토토사이트

Masiji Ogino, coach of OK Financial Group, said, “First of all, I would like to thank the players who did well in the training camp. We have understood the strengths and weaknesses of our team well. We have summarized these well and will avoid any setbacks in preparation for the V-League in the 2023-24 season, which is about to open. “I will make sure that this does not happen,” he said.

What Coach Ogino emphasized during the practice match with Sakai was the coordination between the players. He also spoke throughout the practice game about the completeness of the offensive transition during defense and rallies.

Bayarsahan (Mongolia), who was selected by OK Financial Group for the Asia Quarter (AQ), said through the club, “The Japanese teams have really good fundamentals,” and “I felt a lot of things myself while playing the game.”

He added, “Through this training camp, I was able to learn more clearly and increase my understanding of blocking, which Coach Ogino had emphasized so far,” adding, “It was also a place where I gained confidence.”

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