“Preventing strong forward pressure buildup…enhancing the value of the sarcophagus brand”


“The kids are very good this year, and I was worried about what would happen if we didn’t get a result, but they really came through in this tournament.”

“My goal is always to increase the brand value of Seokgwan, and I think we’ve done that a little bit with our first win,” said Lim Hyung-nam (pictured), the head coach of Seoul’s Seokgwan, in a post-tournament interview. “Mokdongjoong is always a top-ranked team, so we tried to apply strong forward pressure so they couldn’t build up, and it worked,” Lim said of their tactics in the final, adding, “In the second half, we tried to lock them down defensively.” “Next year, the kids will graduate, so in a way, it was the last time, but I told them it’s okay to lose, so let’s do it without wanting to.” “In the end, the kids’ dreams and the coach’s dreams have all been fulfilled, and I want to say I love them,” said Lim.온라인카지노

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