Pro volleyball Asia quota expansion review Will the target increase to all Asian countries?

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asked Dec 9, 2023 in 3D Segmentation by gostopsite (640 points)

At the Pro Volleyball Dodram 2023-2024 V-League Women's Media Day held at the Riviera Hotel in Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul on the 12th, Heungkuk Life Insurance Raina (from left), Cheong Kwan-jang Megawatti, Hyundai Engineering & Construction Wipawi, Korea Expressway Corporation Tanacha, IBK Industrial Bank of Korea Phone Pun, GS Caltex Tolenada and Pepper Savings Bank Phillips are taking a commemorative photo.

The Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) and 14 professional volleyball men's and women's teams are positively considering increasing the number of countries eligible for the Asian quota.

According to the volleyball world on the 8th, KOVO and the secretaries of each club will meet in one place on the 12th to discuss the Asian quota system to be implemented next year.

The main agenda of this working committee is expanding the countries eligible for the Asian quota and adjusting the salaries of Asian quota players.

Asian quarter system players from 7 teams are taking a commemorative photo at the Pro Volleyball Dodram 2023-2024 V League Men's Media Day held at the Riviera Hotel in Gangnam-gu, Seoul on the 11th. From the left, Woori Card Issei, OK Financial Group Bayar Saihan, Korean Air Espejo, KEPCO Ryohei, KB Insurance Liu Hongmin, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance Eddy, and Hyundai Capital Cai Feichang. 

The Asia Quota is a system that selects players from the Asian continent separately from the foreign player tryout, which currently contracts one player per team. KOVO is introducing and operating the Asia Quota for the first time ahead of the 2023-24 season.

So far, Asia Quarter players are receiving positive reviews for bringing new vitality to the V-League.

Thailand's national team setter Ponpun Gedpard (registered name: Ponpun, IBK Industrial Bank), Indonesian hijab-wearing Apogit spiker Megawatti Puttywi (registered name: Mega, Cheong Kwan-jang), and Thailand's Wippawi Sitong (registered name: Wipai, Hyundai Engineering & Construction) and Japan's Reina Tokoku (registered name: Reina/Heungkuk Life Insurance) are active as main players in the women's division. 카지노사이트랭크

In the men's division, Bayarsaihan Batsu from Mongolia (registered name: Bayarsaihan, OK Financial Group), libero Ryohei Iga from Japan (registered name: Ryohei, Korea Electric Power Corporation), and middle blocker Issei Otake from Japan (registered name: Issei, Woori Card). He has taken over the starting position and is showing off his presence on the court.

IBK Industrial Bank Ponpoon is tossing in the women's professional volleyball 2023-2024 Dodram V League match between GS Caltex and IBK Industrial Bank held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Jung-gu, Seoul on the 29th. 

The Asian quota, which was well-received on its first attempt, is certain to be maintained next year, but changes are also detected in some regulations.

This working committee plans to consider expanding the selection of Asian quota players, which was previously limited to 10 countries, to the entire Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC).

When selecting the Asia Quota for the first time this year, KOVO limited the target countries to 10 countries, including 4 East Asian countries (Japan, Mongolia, Taiwan, and Hong Kong) and 6 Southeast Asian countries (Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Myanmar). 섯다

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