The oldest Libero’s challenge continues

Hyundai Capital’s libero and playing coach Yeo Oh-hyeon (45, 175cm), a ‘living legend’, is on the verge of achieving a record for the first time in the V-League history. He has only one game left to reach 600 appearances in the regular league for the first time ever.

Born in 1978 and 45 years old this year, Yeo Oh-hyun is the oldest player ever in the V-League men’s and women’s divisions. Since the launch of the V-League in 2005, he is a living legend who has been running non-stop for 19 seasons, from the 22-23 season.

Through the game on the 15th, Yeo Oh-hyun played in 599 토토사이트regular league games. If you go to KB Insurance on the 18th, you will leave a record in the history of the V-League as the first ever regular league appearance in 600 games. 

Yeo Oh-hyun, who is in her 19th season this year, first joined Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance in 2000, before the launch of the professional league after graduating from Hongik University. Afterwards, he started his professional life with the launch of the V-League in 2005 and worked for Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance for 9 seasons until the 12-13 season. After moving to his current team, Hyundai Capital in the 13-14 season, he has been with him for 10 seasons so far. .

Yeo Oh-hyun was the best libero in the league and brought the team to the top. He placed 1st in the regular league 5 times during his time with Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (06-07, 07-08, 09-10, 11-12, 12-13) and 1st place in the regular league 2 times at Hyundai Capital (15-16, 15-16). 17-18), and took first place in the regular league a total of seven times. This is a joint second place record with KGC Ginseng Corporation coach Koh Hee-jin, following Korean Air Yoo Kwang-woo, who has achieved first place in the regular season eight times among men’s V-League players.

In addition to winning seven championships during his time at Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance (2005, 07-08, 08-09, 09-10, 10-11, 11-12, 12-13), the current capital in the 16-17 season and 18-19 season 2 With one championship win, he has won a total of nine championships. He holds the record for most championship victories among men’s V-League players of all time.

Yeo Oh-hyun achieved the standard record of 5,000 first defenses in the V-League in the 09-10 season and 10,000 first defenses in the 15-16 season. Thanks to these performances, he won the first V-League Libero Award in 2005, and won the V-League Defensive Award in the 05-06 season, 06-07 season, and 09-10 season. He enjoyed the honor of being selected as the All-Star MVP in the 13-14 season and the V-League Best 7 (Libero) in the 14-15 and 15-16 seasons.

Although now, as the team’s playing coach, he has handed over his position as the starting Libero to his junior Park Kyung-min, and his playing time has been reduced somewhat. However, Yeo Oh-hyun’s performance is steadily progressing.

As of the 17th, Yeo Oh-hyun recorded 5,197 successful digs, 7,912 accurate receives, and 13,109 successful defenses, and is undisputedly ranked first in all categories in the defense category. Yeo Oh-hyun is the only player to achieve 10,000 defense in the men’s division, and a new record in defense is expected to be awarded upon his retirement.

In addition, Yeo Oh-hyun recorded a receiving efficiency of 52.72% this season, surpassing the outstanding Libero juniors and ranking first in the men’s receiving ranking. Yeo Oh-hyun is also the only player with a receiving efficiency exceeding 50%.

Like this, Yeo Oh-hyun is writing a new history in the V-League day by day. With the season reaching its end, attention is being paid to the seasoned performance of the veteran libero in the remaining games.

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