On the afternoon of the 12th, the ‘Dodram 2022-2023 V-League’ match between Hyundai Capital and KB Insurance was held at Cheonan Yu Gwan-sun Gymnasium.
Before the game, the Korea Volleyball Federation said, “We apologize for the confusion in the recent video review process, and we issued a stern warning to the head of the game operation office and the referee, taking responsibility for education and management.”
In the future, the federation will “use multi-angle reading screens when reviewing videos to proceed carefully, and immediately after the announcement of the video reading results, if the game/judge finds a clear error, it will be immediately limited to the screen(s) already provided.” Therefore, it can be corrected through the reconfirmation process.”
This decision was made amid a recent controversy over video reading.
▲ Director Hu In-jeong appeals to her injustice.
On the 27th of last month, director Hu In-jeong of KB Insurance requested a video reading of Park Chan-woong’s net touch, but the no-touch reading came out. Even with the naked eye, it was confirmed that the net was shaken long after the ball had passed, but the supervisors ruled it a no touch.
▲Choi Tae-woong, head coach of Hyundai Capital, is being sent off.
Also, the next day, on the 28th, Choi Tae-woong, coach of Hyundai Capital, received a yellow card and a red card for protesting the video review and was ‘exited from the set’.
When Kwak Myeong-woo of OK Financial Group made a surprise attack, Doosan was pushed into the opponent’s court. Then, coach Choi Tae-woong requested a video reading, saying, “It’s not a net touch, it’s an over net.” On the relay screen, the moment Kwak Myung-woo touched the ball, his hand crossed the net.
However, Park Joo-jeom, referee Jeong Yoo-yeon, and assistant referee Jeon Young-ah said that it was not an ‘over net’. 슬롯사이트
Frustrated coach Choi Tae-woong continued to explain with his own hands for 5 minutes, saying, “The over net rules applied during toss and attack are different.” Despite the coaches’ dissuade, he continued protesting in a furious voice, saying, “I have to point this out!” and was sent off.
Coach Tae-Woong Choi, who received the guidelines from the Volleyball Federation before the game, said, “KOVO publicly apologized and all teams were aware that the rules had changed.” I wonder if it will accumulate more,” he said.
Director Hu In-jeong also said, “Thank you so much for making such a rule,” and said, “It is a well-made rule because there must be an accurate rule so that there will be no harm the next time something like this happens.”
In the first video review, with Hyundai Capital leading the second set 15-10, Villena’s attack was declared out, but the video review confirmed it as a blocker touch-out. The coaches of both teams passed without any reaction.
In the game, Hyundai Capital won the set score 3-1 thanks to Choi Min-ho’s performance, which recorded the most individual blocking (9).