Confidence overflowed. Gwangju FC coach Lee Jung-hyo (48) shouted “my way” from winter training after being promoted to the K-League 2 (2nd division).토토사이트 It was “Attack Forward”. In early February, coach Lee Jung-hyo said, “Obviously, K-League 1 is different from K-League 2. However, the direction Gwangju will go has been decided. No matter what team I am in charge of, I will take my color as it is. No matter what difficulties I face this year, I will be aggressive. Many I will try to score goals.”
Despite the concern that “confidence is too much”, the ‘attack football’ that coach Lee professed was realized from the season opener against Suwon Samsung on February 25th. Players tried to build up an aggressive build-up through active forward passing by reducing horizontal passing. Up to the 7th round, they recorded 4 wins and 3 losses, and were ranked 4th.
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However, it started to creak from the 8th round against Gangwon. They haven’t won a game since their first draw of the season. They have 2 draws and 4 losses in their last 6 matches. The ranking dropped to 9th. Even when he looked back at his first Robin, who had played 11 games ahead of the match against FC Seoul on the 9th, only ‘attack’ was in Lee’s mind. At the time, “If the players were incomplete, I still think they got off the tee. Even if they knew the risk, they wanted to get into the box more. Soccer has to score goals. Soccer now also has risks against counterattacks, but it will penetrate into the box more.” said.
In the end, Gwangju was counterattacked by Seoul and Daegu. Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo and Daegu coach Choi Won-kwon came up with a strategy in preparation for one tactic Lee is using. It was ‘waiting’. After a bit defensively, he aimed for the space behind the opponent through a quick counterattack. It was ahead of the command tower’s battle of resourcefulness.
Stress isn’t the only thing. An official from the club hinted, “Due to the recent sluggish performance, Lee has lost 7kg in weight.” Coach Lee’s tactics have already been read by other team commanders. A change was needed. Take the basic tactics, but needed a strategy that fits the situation.
The professional soccer K League 1 match between FC Seoul and Gwangju FC was held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 9th. FC Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo and Gwangju FC coach Lee Jeong-hyo shake hands before the game. Sangam = Reporter Moonyoung Choi firstname.lastname@example.org/2023.05.09/
Coach Lee seems to have decided to put down his stubbornness and accept the reality from the game against Incheon on the 20th. An official from the club said, “Coach Lee is trying to set up a ‘Plan B’. Now, after the attack has stopped, he is expected to come up with a plan to prepare for an opponent’s counterattack and come up with a solution to the lack of goal-making ability, which has only scored 2 goals in 6 games. “he said.