KOVO (Korea Volleyball Federation) has made a statement regarding the controversy over the ban on Oh Ji-young, who recently transferred from GS Caltex to Pepper Savings Bank. 슬롯사이트
On the 3rd, KOVO confirmed that the contents of the trade agreement between the two clubs apply to Articles 74 and 93 to 96 of the Korea Volleyball Federation Rules, which are transfer-related regulations, and that there are no regulations limiting the banning of transfer players in these clauses. ‘As a result of requesting an authoritative interpretation from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism for accurate judgment on the player’s basic rights and fairness, in accordance with Article 4, Paragraph 3 of the standard contract for professional sports, ‘a player’s participation in accordance with the agreement to exclude participation in matches between clubs’ Although we do not explicitly stipulate unacceptable items as grounds for prohibiting discrimination, it is believed that the rights and interests of players are violated or that there are factors that hinder fair competition between clubs, so it is recommended to prepare institutional improvement measures, such as the establishment of a provision prohibiting such cases in the federation rules.’ received a reply,’ he said. However, in the case of Oh Ji-young, it was difficult to retroactively apply the new rules that will be supplemented in the future because the two clubs signed an agreement and traded based on the current federation rules.
KOVO said, ‘Based on the recommendation of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and institutional improvement measures, after the end of the season, KOVO will discuss with 14 men’s and women’s clubs to supplement and improve related regulations in the direction of protecting players’ rights and fair competition between clubs.’ revealed