Pepper Savings Bank Player A is Suspected of Bullying Juniors

Pepper Savings Bank Player A is Suspected of Bullying Juniors… KOVO Holds a Rewards and Punishment Committee on the 23rd

Two players claimed to have been bullied, and players who were victims of arbitrary termination after leaving the team last year reported directly to KOVO…

Pepper “An official statement will be announced after the rewards and punishment committee ends”

Pepper Savings Bank, at the bottom of the women’s professional volleyball division,

is caught in an internal dispute, having suffered 23 consecutive losses. 파워볼

Korea Volleyball Federation

Veteran player A of Pepper Savings Bank was referred to the Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO)

Rewards and Punishment Committee under suspicion of continuously bullying his juniors.

A KOVO official said on the 22nd, “We are planning to hold a reward and punishment committee regarding player A at 10 a.m. tomorrow.”

It is known that junior players B and C claimed that they were continuously harassed by senior A on the same team last year.

B and C left the team at the end of last year and were arbitrarily dismissed by the club.

B and C reported through the KOVO website grievance center that they had been continuously harassed by A early this month,

nd KOVO confirmed that this had occurred through its own investigation.

In addition, KOVO decided to hold a rewards and punishment committee regarding A after receiving relevant information from Pepper Savings Bank.

A plans to appear before the Rewards and Punishments Committee and explain the relevant details.

Pepper Savings Bank

Pepper Savings Bank did not make any statement regarding this.

A club official declined to comment in a phone call saying,

“We will reveal the club’s official position after the rewards and punishment committee is over.”

Pepper Savings Bank is having the worst time this season.

The club spared no investment, including recruiting free agent Park Jeong-ah ahead of the opening of this season,

but lost 23 games after winning against GS Caltex on November 10 last year.

This is the record for the most consecutive losses in the professional volleyball V-League women’s division.

If the next four losses are added, Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO at the time) will tie the men’s record of 27 consecutive losses,

which it suffered during the 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 seasons.

Pepper Savings Bank is in last place this season with 2 wins, 28 losses, and 8 points,

Regardless of the remaining games.

Pepper Savings Bank will play a visiting game against Korea Expressway Corporation at the Gimcheon Indoor Stadium on the afternoon of the 23rd when the Rewards and Punishments Committee is held.

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