After 1 win, 3 draws and 5 losses, the last 3 losses… Coach Yoon-gyeom Choi, who commanded the 401st game, deepens his worries
Chungbuk Cheongju FC, led by coach Choi Yoon-gyeom, lost 0-4 in a home game against Bucheon FC in the 9th round of the ‘Hana 1 Q K League 2 2023’ held at Cheongju Sports Complex on the 23rd. They went on a winless streak of 8 matches (3 draws and 5 losses), and they have recently lost 3 games in a row. In particular, during the three-game losing streak, Cheongju collapsed with 11 runs without scoring.
Even at the beginning of the first half,메이저사이트 Cheongju took the initiative and attacked Bucheon. However, in the 23rd minute of the first half, in a crowded penalty box situation, Ahn Jae-Jun took an unexpected blow, and the flow suddenly broke. They gave up an additional goal in the 2nd minute of the second half, and after that, they gave up 2 more goals and their morale was drastically weakened.
Director Choi, who entered the press conference with a frustrated expression, said, “I analyzed so much that I have never seen so many videos. The players prepared well… He expressed regret and regret. He continued, “I think my ability is lacking, and I think that the players should also blame themselves for the part where they easily lose points without concentration. A responsible attitude is also necessary, but the responsibility of the director is also great. I’m sorry to the home fans,” he bowed his head.
Even though Cheongju continued to lose points that day, it seemed that their fighting spirit was lower than that of Bucheon. Director Choi is also aware of this. He said, “It is definitely more physically demanding than before. Looking at the first part as well as the second part, it seems that a combative part is needed,” he pointed out.
During this process, Director Choi seemed frustrated and asked the reporters what part he felt was the problem with Cheongju. Even after that, Director Choi said, “I have to reflect a lot. Watching other games, I saw the earnestness and pouring everything for one game,” he said. “There are many players on our team that I chose. Mentally and in the game management, there must be a part that the players feel,” he raised his voice.
Coincidentally, an event was held prior to the match to commemorate Coach Choi’s 400 K-League matches. He is a veteran manager who has gone through all kinds of battles. Cheongju had various experiences to the extent that it was the 5th team. Coach Choi also said, “I played my 401st game and I think I studied the most this year. I get angry at myself for not being able to find a solution to prepare by cutting down on sleep.”