Cesar Hernandez Gonzalez (46, Spain) The Korean women’s volleyball team coach will visit Korea on a short schedule in mid-February to observe the V-League match.
We also plan to hold a press conference to deliver our plans for the operation of the Korean women’s national team.
On the 27th, an official from the Korea Volleyball Association said, “Cesar Gonzalez will enter the country on February 13 and leave on the 15th. also,” he said.
Coach Cesar Gonzalez is concurrently serving as the coach of Turkiye women’s professional volleyball Vakifbank.
He sought the understanding of his team and decided to visit Korea on a short schedule of 2 nights and 3 days.
An official from the Korea Volleyball Association said, “Coach Cesar Gonzalez is constantly holding video conferences with association officials, including Chairman Kim Chul-yong of Performance Improvement, and discussing the management of the national team. He also takes care of the V-League game.” I decided to visit the site and listen to the voices of many people.” 메이저사이트
In October 2021, the Korea Volleyball Association appointed then-coach Cesar as the command tower when former coach Stefano Lavarini, who put the Korean national team in the semifinals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics held in 2021, refused to renew the contract. The term of office runs until 2024, when the Paris Olympics will be held.
Kim Yeon-kyung (Heungkuk Life Insurance), Yang Hyo-jin (Hyundai Construction), and Kim Su-ji (IBK Industrial Bank) announced their retirement from the national team after the Tokyo Olympics, and the power of the Korean women’s volleyball team was greatly weakened.
At the 2022 Volleyball Nations League (VNL) and World Championships, led by coach Cesar Gonzalez, Korean women’s volleyball received a poor report card.
In the VNL, he was humiliated with 12 losses and 0 points, and in the World Championship, he failed to pass the group stage with 1 win and 4 losses.
In the process of selecting the women’s national team, the V-League commanders’ dissatisfaction erupted.
This year, the Korean women’s volleyball team will play the VNL from May to July, the world qualifiers for the Paris Olympics in September, and the Asian Games in Hangzhou at the end of September.
At a press conference on February 14, coach Cesar Gonzalez plans to look back on last year’s national team management and explain the preparation process for this year’s international competition.