Dante Alinsunurin has proven his worth many times on the bench and is expected to play well against Choco Mucho in the Premier Volleyball League, never mind if he is leading a women’s team for the first time.
“My coaching style will remain the same,” said Alinsunurin, who won men’s titles in the UAAP and Spikers’ Turf with National University in addition to being credited for the Philippines’ silver medal at the Games. Southeast Asia in 2019, said.
“There will be some adjustments for the sake of women [division] there’s a different style of play,” he added.
It seems like a big adjustment for Alinsunurin at this point is to align his time with some of the commitments that were in place before he accepted the position of the famous Flying Titans.
He will still be the main tactician for the Bulldogs when UAAP kicks off the season in February and will lead the men’s National team at the Cambodia SEAG in May.
“It was just a matter of my time management when practicing,” Alinsunurin told the Inquirer. “Furthermore, the national team has not yet gathered.”
Despite commanding huge crowds every time it plays, Choco Mucho has recently had a poor run when the Flying Titans failed to qualify for the Augmented and Invited Conference last year.
However, Alinsunurin knows the materials he can use, and giving the Flying Giants a different system at this point might do the trick.
Choco Mucho has also yet to win a title in the Premiere Volleyball League, which opened the new season with the Open Conference on February 4.
“I decided to join the Choco Mucho team because I believe my system can be applied to them because of their height and skill set,” he said. “We just need to polish a little bit.”
Colorful Oliver Almadro stepped down in the midst of the Flying Titans’ campaign during the Augmented Conference, as Edjet Mabbayad called in interim footage and posted 3-5 achievements.
Alinsunurin, who also led the Bulldogs to a gold medal in the 2018 Asean Collegiate Games in Myanmar before winning a silver in Thailand in 2022, is succeeding the Choco Mucho team led by Kat Tolentino and Deanna Wong. , Desiree Cheng, Isa Molde, Bea lead. De Leon, Maddie Madayag and libero Denden Lazaro-Revilla.
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