KBL issues a ‘warning’ to coach Kim Seung-gi, who brought out a ‘critic remark’ to his parent team

 Coach Kim Seung-gi of Goyang Carrot received a warning from KBL for criticizing the professional basketball Anyang KGC Ginseng 메이저사이트Corporation, his parent’s team.

KBL held the 28th 7th Finance Committee at the KBL Center in Gangnam-gu, Seoul at 10:00 am on the 14th and announced that it issued a warning to coach Kim.

This measure does not follow any actual disciplinary actions such as fines or suspension from participation.

A KBL official explained, “Accumulation of warnings can lead to sanctions and other measures.”

On the 10th, ahead of the match against Suwon kt, coach Kim was reviewed by the Financial Services Commission after a remark he made in front of reporters at his home, Goyang Gymnasium in Gyeonggi Province, became a problem.

In response to a question about the situation of Carrot, whose salary for the athletes and the secretariat was delayed twice at the time, coach Kim said, “It was more difficult during the Ginseng Corporation.”

He, who led Ginseng Corporation from 2015 to last season, said, “I think I learned a lot about ‘caring for you’ from Sam-shik Jeon (Ginseng Corporation) general manager. I’m running the team while reducing everything I learned then.” “I am very grateful to the general manager,” he said.

Then, he laughed, saying, “This is a question, so I answered it. I didn’t say it myself.”

A KBL official said, “A request for (review) has been received from the (opponent) club over this remark.”

Prior to this season, Day One Asset Management took over and re-founded the Goyang Orion basketball team, and its parent company, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering & Construction, was in serious financial trouble, making it difficult to operate the basketball team.

Both last month and this month, the players and the secretariat did not receive their wages on time.

Meanwhile, a penalty of 1 million won was imposed on Gage Prim, a foreign player of Ulsan Hyundai Mobis, who was also referred to the Finance Committee for committing an unsportsmanlike foul.

On the 11th, at Anyang Gymnasium in Gyeonggi-do, Prim ran to the opponent’s court and swung his arm about 6 minutes before the end of the away match against Ginseng Corporation, and Byun Jun-hyung was struck in the face and fell on the court.

At that time, there were no other referee decisions such as fouls or violations.

KBL also deliberated at the Finance Committee whether the operation of the referee in charge of this game was immature.

As a result, referees Lee Sang-jun and Shin Dong-han were each suspended for three days, and referee Kang Gu-dong was given a warning.

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