After the free agency market, the women’s division became more fierce… Nomination of reward players today

The women’s division, where the free agent (FA) market has closed, is fighting fiercely for the nomination of a compensation player. The three teams that handed over Hwang Min-kyung (Hyundai Construction → IBK Industrial Bank), Kim Su-ji (IBK Industrial Bank of Korea → Heungkuk Life Insurance), and Park Jung-ah (Korea Expressway Corporation → Pepper Savings Bank) to other teams are contemplating strengthening their strength.

A total of 5 playersㅋㅋㅋ벳 changed their uniforms in the women’s FA market, which ended on the 22nd. The main characters are Hwang Min-kyung, Kim Su-ji, Park Jeong-ah, Jeong Dae-yeong (Expressway Corporation → GS Caltex), and Chae Seon-ah (KGC Ginseng Corporation → Pepper Savings Bank).

Among them, 3 of them are rewarded players.

The V-League operates a’FA rating system’ that differs in compensation based on the salary of the previous season. A group with an annual salary of 100 million won or more, B group with an annual salary between 50 million won and 100 million won, and C group with an annual salary of less than 50 million won.

A club that recruits a Group A player can compensate the original team for 200% of the player’s previous season’s annual salary, excluding 6 protected players, including FA recruits, or 300% of the annual salary.

When recruiting Group B and Group C free agents, you only need to pay compensation. Group B players must compensate 300% of the previous season’s annual salary, and in order to bring C group players, 150% of the previous season’s annual salary must be compensated to the original club.

As a result, Jeong Dae-young and Chae Seon-ah, who were in Group B, do not receive compensation players, but the teams that brought 3 players are in a position to give 3 players to the opposing team.

Hyundai E&C, IBK Industrial Bank, and Korea Expressway Corporation, who have lost their key players, plan to nominate compensation players by 6:00 pm on the 26th. Industrial Bank of Korea, Pepper Savings Bank, and Heungkuk Life Insurance, which previously reinforced Group A players through FA, sent a list of six protected players to the opposing teams at 12:00 noon on the 23rd.

IBK Industrial Bank, where Kim Su-ji left and Hwang Min-kyung joined, is concerned about minimizing the power vacuum. There is a need to reinforce the relatively weak middle blocker and wing striker, but there is a possibility of an unexpected designation.

Industrial Bank of Korea, which brought Thailand national setter Phonpun Gedpard, who was considered the biggest player in the Asian Quarter Draft, has a variety of calculation methods.

Hyundai E&C, which lacked outside heaters due to Hwang Min-kyung’s departure and Go Ye-rim’s surgery, is struggling to accept the IBK’s list of protected players.

Through the Asian Quarter Draft, Hyundai E&C, which has Thai national team outside heater Wi-Pi SiTong, is bouncing the abacus and looking at which one will be the best choice. It is noteworthy whether Hyundai E&C will go to a straight-line method that immediately brings a sense of power.

The road construction project, in which the winning members Dae-Young Jeong and Jung-A Park fell in, is the most complicated. While it is known that Pepper Savings Bank has bundled up a large number of promising players, they are tapping the calculator with the trade card in mind.

Even after winning the V-League, there is no time to enjoy joy, and attention is drawn to what kind of decision the road construction will make.

Meanwhile, in the men’s FA market that ended earlier, one compensation player came out.

Woori Card has nominated middle blocker Park Jin-woo as a compensation player for Na Gyeong-bok (Woori Card → KB Insurance). Park Jin-woo, who played all the way after his professional debut at Woori Card and was traded to KB Sonbo in May 2019, returned to his original team after 4 years. There is a good chance that something similar will happen in the women’s division.

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