Hong Myung-bo’s regrets ahead of ‘Coronation’ “‘Prestigious club’ Suwon relegated, it was terrible”

Only one step left. It’s a harsh fate.
Ulsan and Jeonbuk, who opened the season, will be together for the last time.

The ‘Hyundai Street Derby’ will be on fire in the final stage.

Ulsan will host Jeonbuk in the final round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 Final at Ulsan World Cup Stadium at 2 p.m. on March 3.
Ulsan head coach Hong Myung-bo is relaxed after securing the club’s first back-to-back K League 1 titles.

Only the ‘coronation ceremony’ after the game remains.
“It’s the last game and it’s a rivalry game, so I expect us to do our best.

We’ve been runners-up in the past while preparing for the coronation.

Winning or losing doesn’t affect me.

We talked about playing casually and enjoying the coronation,” he said, adding, “Jeonbuk is eager.

There are times when eagerness wins.”
Lee In-jong-kyu, who has 17 goals, has been confirmed as the top scorer.

Daejeon Thiago joined him with one goal and one assist against FC Seoul on the 2nd.

However, he played fewer minutes, allowing him to regain the top scorer title for the first time in two years.
Coach Hong laughed, saying that if he was comfortable playing, “I was sorry that I couldn’t put him on the field much, but looking at his playing time, I shouldn’t have been sorry.” 온라인카지노

He also said, “It must have been a good year for In-jong-kyu himself, as he won the championship after transferring.

I gained experience and the team helped me.

I think it was a very good year.”
On Suwon Samsung’s relegation to the second division, he said, “I watched the game yesterday and it was terrible.

It’s a shame that a prestigious K League club has to play in the second division.”
Jeonbuk still has a long way to go. They still have to decide whether to qualify for the Asian Champions League (ACL).

The third-place finisher gets a ticket to the Elite (ACLE) and the fourth-place finisher gets a ticket to the second edition (ACL2).
Jeonbuk currently sits in fourth place with 57 points.

Only one point separates them from third-place Gwangju FC (58 points) and fifth-place Incheon United (56 points).

At worst, they could miss out on an ACL2 ticket.
Jeonbuk coach Dan Petrescu said, “The ACL is up for grabs for both teams, but the league is already won by Ulsan.

We need to win to secure third place.

The motivation is different, but there is a difference between being comfortable and being desperate.

I hope the players understand the mental strength as ordered.”
Kim Jin-soo is suspended due to accumulated warnings.

Jung Woo-jae will take his place. “

He hasn’t started for a long time, but he’s a player who doesn’t need to adapt,” said Petrescu.

I’m looking forward to seeing him play well.”

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