Worth 6 points…Daegu Choi Won-Kwon “Patience Fight” Vs Gangwon Yoon Jeong-Hwan “Keep Calm”

“We need to be calm and not impatient.”메이저놀이터

Sitting in 11th place in the relegation play-off zone, Gangwon FC will host Daegu FC on 11 November at DGB Daegu Bank Park in the 22nd round of the Hana One Q K League 2023.

It’s a game they can’t afford to miss. The teams drew 1-1 in the opening match, but their positions are currently as far apart as the sky and the earth. Gangwon is in 11th place (14 points), while Daegu is in 5th place (31 points).

Gangwon coach Yoon Jeong-hwan, who returned to coaching after a stint as a commentator, said: “It’s a difficult situation. When you play once a week, you have time to make corrections, but it’s difficult now. We have injuries. We’ll do the best we can with the players we have,” he said, vowing to do everything he can.

The team is slowly changing, according to Gangwon. The new foreign players are acting as an energiser. Central defender Tucci has already played two games. Striker Yago is on the waiting list. “For Yago, he came back after a season and is not 100 per cent fit. At some point, he has to be used,” Yoon diagnosed.

As for Tuchi, “We are managing his physical condition. However, I think he hasn’t felt the speed of the K League at 100 per cent yet,” he said, adding that he expects him to improve as he plays.

In the end, Kangwon lives to win. In the previous match, Gwangju FC scored a goal in extra time to draw 1-1. “It’s rare to come back from a deficit to win,” he said. We had a lot of defensive numbers, but we lost and drew, but it still feels like a win. We need to stay calm and not be impatient,” he said.

Daegu coach Choi Won-kwon, who is looking to go unbeaten in three matches, said, “There is a positive tension rather than stress about the ranking. Twice this year, we had a chance to go on a winning streak and move up in the rankings. It didn’t work well when we said how far we would go if we won. Now I don’t say it,” he laughed.

“There’s not much of a gap in the middle of the table,” Choi said, adding that it won’t be clear until August. It’s just a matter of luck. It doesn’t matter where you are,” he said.

In the end, it’s all about playing what’s known as ‘clicky football’, putting the ball in the back of the net and finishing the game with a win. “It’s been raining and the pitch is not good. It’s a battle of patience with each other. Gangwon went to Gwangju strongly. We also scored a goal in stoppage time against Jeju United. I think the team that doesn’t make mistakes will have the advantage.”

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