Hyundai Mobis’ response to ‘sudden cancellation of practice matches’

The game was suddenly canceled on the day the practice game was scheduled to be held, but Hyundai Mobis was able to complete the training without a hitch.

Ulsan Hyundai Mobis, currently training in Japan, was scheduled to hold a practice game against Ibaraki Robots on the 28th. It takes about 2 hours and 30 minutes by bus from Kawasaki, where Hyundai Mobis’ accommodations are located, to Ibaraki’s home stadium. As the distance to travel is not easy, Hyundai Mobis organized morning weight training into two groups to prepare for the practice match.

On the morning of the 28th, when the practice game was scheduled to be held, an unexpected variable arose. A request was received from Ibaraki to postpone the practice game by one day. According to local officials, Ibaraki reportedly had difficulty participating in practice games due to injuries suffered by foreign players.

A practice game on the 29th is possible, but the schedule for the 28th was suddenly canceled for Hyundai Mobis. Accordingly, I had to urgently find a gym to train in the afternoon. Tokyo Z’s home stadium, Karutsu Kawakashi Gymnasium, where the practice match was held on the 27th, is less than 10 minutes away by bus from Hyundai Mobis’ accommodation, but it was not available for rental on the 28th.토토사이트

Although it was a situation where court training might not have been possible, Hyundai Mobis prepared a training space with the help of Japanese agents. I was able to use the Yokohama Kanagawa Sports Center, which is 30 minutes away by bus, from 3 to 5 p.m. “There are many gyms in Japan, but there are also a large number of people who enjoy basketball, so it is not easy to suddenly rent them out. “I got lucky today,” was the Japanese agent’s explanation.

Hyundai Mobis, which prepared the court, focused on defensive training. Coach Dong-Hyeon Cho reviewed the practice game against Tokyo Z and judged that the 2-on-2 defense was giving too much space to the opponent, so he asked the players to actively press defense even at the risk of fouls. Although the training was held suddenly, Hyundai Mobis was able to complete the 28-day schedule without a hitch thanks to the rental of the gym and the preparations of coach Dong-Hyun Cho.

However, there is room for change in the future practice game schedule. Hyundai Mobis was originally scheduled to hold practice games on the 30th (opponent undetermined) and October 1st (vs. Kawasaki), but the practice game against Ibaraki was postponed by a day, so practicing games for three consecutive days could be a forced march for the players. . Director Cho Dong-hyun also said, “I think we need to think a little more about the 30-day schedule.”

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