OK Financial gave up renewing contract with Leo

The Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) announced on Thursday that KB Insurance has renewed its contract with Villena. Villena will earn 550,000 U.S. dollars for the next season.

Villena commanded KB Insurance’s attack by showing off her explosive power, ranking third in scoring (923 points) and third in attack success rate (53.36 percent) last season. Although the team remained at the bottom, Villena struggled and did her part.

OK Financial Group gave up renewing contract with Leo, who was named MVP last season. Leo was a strong player of OK Financial Group as he ranked second in scoring (955), second in attack success rate (54.54 percent), and second in serve (0.489 per set) last season. OK Financial Group advanced to the championship game for the first time in eight years with Leo’s formidable offense.

In addition to Leo, Maxim who helped Korean Air win the title, Yosvani who served as ace players for Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, and Artem (former Woori Card) failed to renew their contracts with their original team. They await their team’s nomination in the draft of foreign players.

The remaining six clubs will select new foreign players in the 2024 foreign player draft to be held in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at 8 p.m. on the 11th.토토사이트 순위

The order of nomination rights will be decided through a lottery after granting marbles to KB Insurance (35), Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (30), Korea Electric Power Corporation (25), Hyundai Capital (20), Woori Card (15), 2nd, OK Financial Group (10), and Korean Air (5), 1st, based on their performance last season.

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