KBL, after a long discussion with coach Kim Seung-gi of ‘KGC slander’, eventually frowned on ‘warning’
The Professional Basketball Federation, KBL, criticized Carrot coach Kim Seung-gi, who was referred to the Finance Committee for criticizing the professional basketball team, Anyang KGC Ginseng Corporation, after a long discussion, and only issued a warning.
KBL held the 28th 7th Finance Committee at the KBL Center in Gangnam-gu, Seoul on the morning of the 14th and announced that it issued a warning to coach Kim that there were no practical disciplinary actions such as sanctions and suspension.
In the first place, it was pointed out that it was not a matter to be referred to the Finance Committee, but the Finance Committee, which continued discussions for a much longer time than usual, eventually issued only a ‘warning measure’ and acknowledged this point by itself. 메이저놀이터
On the 10th, ahead of the match against Suwon kt, coach Kim was reviewed by the Finance Committee for remarks he made in front of reporters at his home, Goyang Gymnasium in Gyeonggi Province, as a problem.
In response to a question about the situation of Carrot, whose salary for the players and the secretariat was delayed twice at the time, coach Kim said, “It was more difficult during Ginseng Corporation.”
He, who led Ginseng Corporation from 2015 to last season, said, “I think I learned a lot about ‘caring for things’ from Jeon Sam-sik (Ginseng Corporation) leader. I am now running the team while reducing everything at that time.” I am very grateful to the general manager,” he said.
KBL announced that it had received a request for deliberation from the opposing club, KGC Ginseng Corporation, over this remark, but criticism arose in the basketball world that it had used the Finance Committee in an emotional battle within the club in the past.
It is known that the former head of KGC Ginseng Corporation, who was slandered by manager Seung-gi Kim, had a conflict with manager Kim in the process of trying to reduce the cost of operating the club.
KGC Ginseng Corporation did not make a large investment even after winning the championship, so key players were missed in the FA market, and fans’ truck protests targeting the former general manager took place.