In the future, in professional volleyball, if the judgment is wrong even after reading the video, it can be corrected immediately.
The Korea Volleyball Federation (KOVO) announced on the 11th that it held an emergency countermeasures meeting related to video reading at the federation office in Sangam-dong, Seoul on the 9th and asked the head of the game operation office and the head of the referee to take responsibility for education and management and gave a stern warning.
In addition, in the future, video readings will be carefully conducted using screens from various angles, and immediately after the results are announced, if a race member or referee finds a clear error, it is limited to the screens already provided and the guide has been set up so that it can be reconfirmed and corrected. This is a measure against the recent controversy over video reading in professional volleyball.
The federation said, “We apologize for confusing the fans with the video reading,” and promised “we will make every effort to make an accurate decision.” We will do our best to prevent a recurrence by thoroughly educating the game and referees.
In professional volleyball, it became controversial as the video judges misread Park Chan-woong’s net touch in a match between KB Insurance and Korea Electric Power on the 27th of last month. On the 7th of this month, in the match between Korean Air and Hyundai Capital, at the request of Hyundai Capital coach Choi Tae-woong, the match committee judged hastily by looking at one screen without referring to multiple screens, and then overturned it immediately. . Coach Choi strongly protested against the decision to overturn the decision by re-reading the video without notifying each team. 온라인바카라