Han Yu-mi (41) begins her career as a ‘coach’.
It is the national team that suffered all 12 losses in the 2022 Volleyball Nations League (VNL) last year. The retirement of veterans such as Kim Yeon-kyung, Kim Su-ji, and Yang Hyo-jin was painful. However, at the 2023 VNL, which starts on May 30, they are determined to show a different side of themselves.
For this reason, the national team appointed Han Yu-mi as their coach. She was a legend during her active career, and after her retirement, she was active in the volleyball world as a commentator and showed extraordinary analytical skills. Han Yumi’s joining seems to be a great boost to her team.
On the 24th, through the Korea Volleyball Association, Han Yu-mi said, “It’s my first time as a leader, and I’m worried about the heavy responsibility of the national team, but I’m excited at the same time. I think I can get a lot of help because there are good staff, and I am also I will do my best to become this,” he said, taking luck. 스포츠토토
Regarding team training when Cesar is absent, he said, “We are getting feedback on the details of the training program. If you try training and deliver a video of your training, Cesar will give you feedback again. Each I have a plan for the part, so I don’t think there will be any big problems, but I will do my best to make it no different from when the director is around.”
Regarding the sluggish performance of the national team last year, Han Yu-mi said, “In the case of last year, it was also the first year with coach Cesar, and it seems that there was difficulty in locating as a generation change took place. There is. Also, I think I will do well because the players I wanted came in, and our coaching staff also did a good job, so I will try to produce a better atmosphere and better results than last year.”
Lastly, Han Yu-mi said, “Many people support me and worry about me. I know that people are very interested in women’s volleyball, and I will do my best for this.”