The ‘power difference’ acknowledged by the acting coach, the remaining thing is ‘last place’ ridiculed
Time passes, and even if people change, the interview pattern of the K-League 1 Suwon Samsung Headquarters does not change. Directors say ‘I’m sorry’. Fans are angry at the ‘club front’. Suwon players feel pressured and shrink from the pitch.
The ‘Super Match’ match between FC Seoul and Suwon held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 22nd. When Suwon lost 1-3, acting head coach Seong-yong Choi said something familiar. “I want to say I’m really sorry to the fans,” he said.카지노사이트
It is similar to what I have heard from the Suwon commanders in recent years. Earlier, directors Lim-saeng, Park Gun-ha, and Lee Byeong-geun all bowed their heads to poor performance.
Fans are angry at the front desk for being passive in reinforcing power. In the super match held on the 22nd, the away fan seats read ‘Samsung. Aggressive banners such as “Do well or sell well”, “Killing the team and fans are the best”, “Supporters want communication” and “Last management that remains unchanged even after several years” were posted. The supporters’ banner was hung upside down to protest against the club.
In fact, Suwon did not have a ‘big signing’ worthy of the club’s reputation. The transfer fees of Jeong Sang-bin (Wolverhampton at the time) and Oh Hyeon-gyu (Celtic FC), who had given hope, did not lead to significant reinforcement. In the end, what we waited for was the pitiful result of a draw and last place in the league this season.
Even acting manager Choi Seong-yong made comments acknowledging the ‘power difference’. In an interview after the Super Match on the 22nd, Acting Coach Choi Seong-yong was speechless for a while when asked, “It was like a match between a strong team and a weak team.” He said, “It would be nice to have many representative-level players and good foreign players, but at present, these are the only resources that can be operated.”
It is unbelievable that Suwon, a prestigious team that has won 4 K-League 1 championships and 5 FA Cup championships, is the current address. No dramatic changes are expected. On this day, acting manager Choi Seong-yong answered briefly, “I only heard that you have to lead well so that you can help the team.” The only thing left in the stadium was the provocative banners put up by the rival team, such as the bowed Suwon team and ‘last place achieved with skill’.