Shocking 3 losses in a row→”Goon Ki-hoon

Suwon Samsung head coach Yeom Ki-hoon said he shoulders all the blame after the club’s shocking third straight loss in the second division.

Suwon lost 0-1 on an own goal by Son Seok-yong in the 13th round of the Hana Bank K League 2 2024 at home against Bucheon FC 1995 at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on Monday.

With the loss, Suwon fell into a three-game losing streak in the league and slipped to third place (6 wins, 2 draws, 4 losses, 20 points) in the standings, losing ground to Jeonnam Dragons, who won against Seoul Eland at the same time. After the game, Coach Yeom once again had to listen to “Yeom Ki-hoon Naga” as he continued his uphill battle.

Speaking at the post-match press conference, Dye said: “It was a game where we needed to turn the tide, but we didn’t get the result. I’m sorry that we lost in front of so many home fans, but I want to thank the players for their efforts in trying to score a goal when one of them was sent off. The result is something I have to live with. It’s a disappointing game and we lost, but I think we will definitely have a chance to turn it around.”

Suwon suffered two bad lucks: an ejection and an own goal. “Baek Dong-kyu didn’t intentionally try to get sent off, he was trying to prevent the goal,” said Yeom. Soccer is a sport where sending off can be a big deal. I hope Baek Dong-gyu doesn’t feel sorry for himself. It was an own goal, but I think the players did their best, given the pressure and variables they faced in a one-man situation.”

“Goals are the most important thing in soccer. We are creating chances but not scoring. We can concede goals and they do their best to score goals. We can concede 토토 goals, and they try their best to score goals. It’s not that we don’t train, we do, but I think there’s a sense of urgency in the attackers because we’re not scoring goals. I’m not sure how to make the players feel as comfortable as possible. I think it should be a process of creating goals and finishing them off.”

On the lack of finishing in front of the box, Yeom said, “We train outside the box in training, and at halftime, we tell the players that you can’t be perfect and you have to shoot from the middle. When I was trying to be perfect, I sometimes missed passes, which made me feel intimidated. We need to see them shooting confidently outside the box rather than trying to be perfect. I think I need to emphasize those things and work on them in training.”


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