Tai Bundit is back as head coach for Creamline in the ongoing Premier Volleyball League (PVL) Reinforced Conference 2019.
Bundit, who arrived on Monday, has already started training the Cool Smashers anew on Tuesday morning ahead of the team’s much-anticipated clash with Motolite on Saturday.
This, after the reigning champions removed Chinese coach Huanning Li from the post following a debut game loss from PetroGazz.
Assistant coach Ed Ortega called the shots for Creamline whilst awaiting the arrival of Bundit from Thailand, leading the team to back-to-back victories against Pacific Town Army and BanKo Perlas.
— Alan Acero (@manelavice) June 3, 2019
After steering the Cool Smashers to back-to-back titles, Bundit left his post and flew back home to spend time with family.
Five months later, he returned to the country and was spotted supporting the Ateneo Lady Eagles, whom he led to two UAAP championships, during the Finals series of the UAAP Season 81.
With the return of Bundit, architect of Creamline’s two PVL titles, the Cool Smashers looked to solidify their bid for a two-peat Reinforced trophy.