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Tai Bundit resigns from Philippine women’s volleyball team

Tai Bundit resigns from Philippine women’s volleyball team

UP FOR REPLACEMENT. Tai Bundit will be replaced by a coach appointed by the Philippine National Volleyball Federation.

PVL media bureau

'I cannot carry my duties accordingly,' says coach Tai Bundit as he steps down from his role of deputy for the Philippine women's volleyball team

Multi-titled Thai coach Anusorn “Tai” Bundit stepped down from his post as the Philippine women’s volleyball team assistant coach, prompting the national federation to search for a replacement.

Bundit handed his resignation letter on Sunday, August 15, saying: “I cannot carry my duties accordingly.”

Women’s national team head coach Odjie Mamon accepted the resignation. (READ: No Alyssa Valdez as Jaja Santiago leads 2021 PH women’s volleyball pool)

The PNVF, through the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC), secured the visa for the Thai coach, who mentored the Creamline Cool Smashers in the 2021 Premier Volleyball League Open conference that made its professional debut in the Ilocos Norte bubble.

The Cool Smashers fell to Chery Tiggo in three games of the best-of-three finals series as the latter took home the inaugural professional title.

The PNVF also managed to secure a visa for Brazilian coach Jorge Edson Souza de Brito, who will act as a consultant for the national team that will see action in the Asian Volleyball Confederation championships and the country’s campaign in the 2021 Southeast Asian Games. –

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