‘Miracle Remains’ Suwon FC Coach Kim Do-gyun “Change is needed for competitiveness in the first division”.
Director Kim Do-gyun and Lee Seung-woo are happy
The second leg of the professional soccer promotion playoffs between Suwon FC and Busan I-Park held at Suwon Stadium in Gyeonggi-do on the 9th.Suwon FC coach Kim Do-gyun and Lee Seung-woo are happy after winning 5-2 and successfully remaining in K-League 1.
Suwon FC coach Kim Do-gyun, who overcame a strong challenge from K League 2 Busan I’Park and succeeded in remaining in the first division of professional soccer, said he was relieved that it was a ‘miraculous victory’, but made sure not to be in danger of relegation next season. He emphasized that ‘change’ was necessary.
Coach Kim said at a press conference after the second leg home game of the K-League promotion playoff (PO) against Busan held at Suwon Stadium on the 9th, “A miracle happened because the players did not give up and played until the end,” and “The players’ fighting spirit led to the victory.” “It is a factor,” he said.
Suwon FC, who finished 11th in K-League 1 this season and was pushed into the promotion/relegation spot, defeated Busan 6-4 on aggregate after a bloody overtime struggle and succeeded in remaining in the first division.
Suwon FC, who came from behind to lose 1-2 in the first away game three days ago and gave up one more goal in the first half of the second game on this day, managed to balance the situation with successive goals in the 33rd and 40th minutes of the second half amid a wave of attacks, and narrowly avoided the risk of relegation after overtime. .
Director Kim Do-gyun directs the operation.
The second leg of the professional soccer promotion playoffs between Suwon FC and Busan I-Park held at Suwon Stadium in Gyeonggi-do on the 9th.Suwon FC coach Kim Do-gyun is directing the operation.
Coach Kim said, “Even though we prepared and managed the game as we wanted, the atmosphere was depressed as the first goal was conceded carelessly. At halftime, I told the players that there would be a situation in which they would score enough goals in the second half.” He added, “It was a difficult situation for the players. He praised, “We were able to turn things around thanks to our hard work. It was a great performance.”
He said, “I thought it would not be easy because we hit the goalpost twice in the second half and the flow slowed down a bit, but after that, we continued to find attack routes, and Lee Kwang-hyuk and Yoon Bit-garam played many roles in the attack camp, so I think it paid off.” .
Coach Kim, who had a hectic day to the point where he asked, “When were you sure you were going to stay?” to the question, “How many goals were scored today?” shed tears at the end of the game, revealing his emotional distress. 슬롯사이트