“I love director Lee Bum-ho,”

“The atmosphere is very good, and manager Lee Bum-ho is making us feel very comfortable,” said KIA captain Na Sung-beom.

On the 24th, the KIA Tigers began spring training at the Kin Baseball Stadium in Okinawa, Japan. Following the Australian camp, KIA will hold a second camp in Okinawa, Japan. The team will also play practice games against domestic teams such as Samsung and Hanwha.

During the Australian camp, 바카라사이트 Kia promoted hitting coach Lee Bum-ho to head coach. Lee was born in 1981 and is in his early 40s, the youngest manager in the KBO League. He is a big brotherly coach who doesn’t have much of an age gap with his senior players.

At the Okinawa camp, Lee played ball with the players and treated them with a big smile. He also joked with the players to liven up the camp atmosphere.

He treated the players more like a close older brother than a manager.

When asked if it was okay to smile like that next to the players, he said that was my concept.

Na Sung-beom, the captain of the Kia Tigers, said he was happy to have a coach like a friend. “Honestly, it’s great. He’s helped me a lot since he was my batting coach. He’s so relaxed and comfortable that we can joke around, and sometimes I feel like he’s not even a coach,” he said.

Na Sung-beom said, “The atmosphere in this camp is very good. I just need to be careful about injuries,” said Na.

This is the first time I’ve met Hanwha’s Ryu Hyun-jin, 토토사이트 추천 but I knew I would one day. The world of competition is cold. I will prepare well.

Kia’s new coach Lee Bum-ho has revitalized the camp atmosphere, which could have been turbulent with the change of manager.

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