Hyundai E&C, which is leading the women’s professional volleyball team, is promoting the recruitment of new foreign players.
This is because the hiatus of Yasmin Bedard (registered name Yasmin), who left due to back pain, became longer than expected.
Yasmin, who underwent surgery for a herniated disc at the end of December last year, originally planned to rest for about three weeks, but is currently missing 10 games.
Hyundai Engineering & Construction coach Kang Seong-hyeong said, “We are thinking in various directions,” ahead of the home game against GS Caltex held at the Suwon Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do on the 2nd, saying that he is considering recruiting new foreign 메이저놀이터 players.
Director Kang said, “Because the pool of foreign players is small, it is difficult to bring in the players we want even if there are players”, but “I think it will be resolved soon because our secretariat is so fast.”
He added, “It has to be resolved quickly, even considering the performance and morale.”
Regarding this, an official from Hyundai E&C said in a phone call with Yonhap News, “Even if Yasmin recovers, considering the time to build her body, it will be difficult to return this season.” Confirmed.
However, it was not yet decided whether Yasmin would be released immediately or he would remain at Hyundai E&C for the time being as a rehabilitation player.
In the end, it seems that Yasmin’s future will be determined depending on how skilled the substitute player is.
An official from Hyundai Engineering & Construction also explained, “It is a situation that cannot be decided hastily because Yasmin has been so good.”
Yasmin, who joined Hyundai E&C as the second overall in the foreign player draft in April 2021, ranked second in the overall attack success rate in the 2021-2022 season (42.81%), first in all subs (0.44 per set), and first in the overall back attack (success rate of 49.41 %) and led the team with great success in each sector.
This season, he has been going through a difficult period as he has been away from the beginning due to shoulder pain and then overlaps with a back injury.