“Now is the Crisis” Director Lee Min-seong’s Daejeon Hana, Jeonbuk Jeonbuk is an all-out war… Find your way out of an attack

“I think a crisis has come to us. The situation is not good.”

Daejeon Hana Citizen coach Lee Min-seong bowed his head after finishing the 21st round home game of ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’ against Suwon Samsung at Daejeon World Cup Stadium on the 9th. After leading 2-0, they gave up two runs and lost the win.
Daejeon Hana, which once reached the top spot, is slowing down with 2 wins, 5 draws and 3 losses in the last 10 games, along with a draw in 4 consecutive matches. With 7 wins, 8 draws and 6 losses, they kept the mid-table position with 29 points, but their last victory was against Gangwon FC (2-1) on June 7. Coach Lee said, “I missed a game that I should have won. When 2-0 became 2-2, it was the same as losing.”

However, there is no time to relive the painful memories. Daejeon Hana will play 22 rounds against Jeonbuk Hyundai in the home room on the 12th. The atmosphere is good in Jeonbuk. Jeonbuk, which had fallen to the bottom of the rankings, took advantage of the A-match break in June to rise after Dan Petrescu (Romania) took over as coach. Coach Petrescu, who lost 0-2 in the 19th round away game against Gwangju FC, his debut match, later met Gwangju again in the FA Cup quarterfinals and recovered his pride by defeating Gwangju 4-0, and continued to play in the league with Jeju United (2-2). 0) and FC Seoul (2-1).토토사이트 순위

Standing at the crossroads of a fall and a reversal, Daejeon Hana declared an all-out war. An answer has already been given. The tailgate is a bit shaky and off-air, but in the end it should maximize its advantages. Daejeon Hana recorded the 3rd most points (32 goals) among all 12 teams until the 21st round.

Besides, there are not many opportunities. After Petrescu took office, Jeonbuk changed into a straight team with impressive use of the flanks. Meeting an attack-oriented opponent can be easier for a single match. In addition, Jeonbuk national team striker Cho Gyu-seong moved to Mittjylland (Denmark). Daejeon Hana won Jeonbuk 2-1 in an away game on April 26, so they are going to make the most of the opponent’s impatience seeking revenge.

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