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PNVF unfazed by coach Tai’s resignation

Anusorn “Tai” Bundit's resignation hardly fazed the Philippine National Volleyball Federation, which worked for the issuance of the Thai coach’s visa to the country.

Bundit submitted his resignation as one of the assistant coaches of the national women’s team last Sunday, stating in his letter to the PNVF that “I cannot carry out my duties accordingly.”

The PNVF leadership accepted Bundit’s resignation as one of national women’s team head coach Odjie Mamon.

The PNVF, through the Philippine Sports Commission, earnestly and rigidly worked for the issuance of Bundit’s visa amid difficult travel restrictions because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

But instead of reporting to the PNVF, Bundit benefited from his visa for his coaching job at Creamline in the Premier Volleyball League.

Creamline lost to Cherry Tigo in the race-to-two PVL Open Conference recently in the debuting pro league’s Ilocos Norte bubble.

Just like in its effort to bring Bundit to the country, the PNVF also painstakingly secured a visa for Brazilian Jorge Edson Souza de Brito as primary consultant for the women’s national team program.

Topics: Philippine National Volleyball Federation , Volleyball , Tai Bundit , Odjie Mamon
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