Former Coach Kim Won-hyung, Notified of his Dismissal

Former coach Kim Won-hyung, notified of his dismissal, “Please stop making hasty speculations.”

“My capabilities were lacking… It must have been a difficult decision for the club.”

Kim Won-hyung

Former manager Kim Won-hyung (51), who was notified of his dismissal by professional baseball SSG Landers, could not hide his bitterness, saying, “I think this happened because of poor performance.”

Former coach Kim said calmly in a phone call on the 31st, “I was notified by the club today.

Since the club decided to suspend the team, I have no choice but to follow. 바카라사이트

The club must have made a difficult decision as well.”

He then added, “Please stop making hasty speculations regarding the background of his dismissal,” and added, “I think the club made the decision because the results were not good.”

Former coach Kim Won-hyung also said, “My capabilities were not enough,” and “I think I should now take a break and cool my head.”

Former coach Kim did not forget to say thank you, saying, “Thank you to the players and fans who followed me all this time.”

SSG Landers

After taking office as head coach of the SK Wyverns in November 2020, former coach Kim led the team without wavering even amid the storm of the club’s sale.

SSG, which purchased the SK club, inherited the terms of Coach Kim’s contract, and Coach Kim tied the highest winning streak since the opening of the 2022 season (10 consecutive wins), tied the most wins in club history (88 wins), and became the first in the KBO League to achieve ‘wire-to-wire’.

He was recognized for his leadership by setting various milestones such as ‘to-wire’ (maintaining first place from the opening game to the end).

SSG said it would strengthen coach Kim Won-hyung’s leadership and signed a renewal contract for a total of 2.2 billion won for three years, the highest treatment for an active coach at the time of last year’s Korean Series.

Coach Kim repaid the club’s trust by leading the team to a combined championship.

SSG Landers also achieved good results this year, finishing in 3rd place with 76 wins, 65 losses, 3 draws, and a winning percentage of 0.539 in the regular season.

However, SSG ended the fall baseball season helplessly by losing three games in the semi-playoffs (quasi-PO) against the NC Dinos.

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