Hanwha CEO Park Chan-hyuk and Choi Won-ho voluntarily resigned from the bottom of the crash shock

The new manager will be replaced in May. Hanwha’s head coach left the team for the first time in a year. The CEO who has been in charge of the entire team since November 2020 also resigned citing sexual responsibility.스포츠토토

Hanwha announced on Tuesday that its CEO Park Chan-hyuk and manager Choi Won-ho voluntarily resigned. Hanwha said goodbye to Carlos Subero in May last year. After signing a three-year contract with Choi, the team replaced the team’s head coach early in the 2023 season, which also did not last long.

Choi, who took the helm from May 12 last year, is set to step down as a coach with 68 wins, 90 losses and six draws. His performance last year was 47 wins, 61 losses and five draws. His performance this year is 21 wins, 29 losses and one draw. After losing the opening match, the Hanwha Eagles recorded seven consecutive wins, eight wins and two losses in its first 10 games, but since then, it has fallen to the bottom of the standings due to repeated losses.

Hanwha Eagles players greet their fans after losing 1-7 to the KT Wiz in the 2024 KBO League at KT Wiz Park in Suwon on the 24th, following their fourth consecutive loss. 2024. 4. 24. Suwon | Reporter Park Jin-up upandup@sportsseoul.com

In particular, the team fell to the bottom of the standings due to the loss against LG in Daejeon on the 23rd. Choi announced his resignation to the club after the game on the 23rd. The club accepted Choi’s voluntary resignation on the 26th, and plans to have senior coach Jeong Kyeong-bae take over as acting coach. “We will appoint the next coach as soon as possible to fix the team and continue the season,” Hanwha said.

Hanwha manager Choi Won-ho examines the players with his coach Jung Kyung-bae on the ground before the 2024 KBO League match between the Hanwha Eagles and the SSG Landers at SSG Landers Field in Incheon on the 26th. 2024.03.26 Literature | Reporter Kang Young-jo kanjo@sportsseoul.com

In addition, as CEO Park left the team, Hanwha faced an unprecedented situation in which both the CEO and manager positions were vacant during the season.

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