Until the line injury… Do you remember last year, Jeonbuk, who was in trouble, ’11th in the league’?
Jeonbuk Hyundai, a prestigious club that boasts the most championships (9 times) in the K-League 1 in professional football, is having a painful day. The next opponent for Jeonbuk, who has lost two consecutive matches, is FC Seoul, which is popular these days. If they lose three straight games, Jeonbuk could fall to 11th out of 12 teams in the league again, just like last year.
Jeonbuk lost 1-2 against Daejeon Hana Citizen in the 9th round on the 26th of last month and 0-1 in the 10th round against Gangwon FC on the 29th.
With 3 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses, Jeonbuk dropped to 10th place out of 12 teams in the league. Jeonbuk, which had risen to 6th place with a win against Gwangju FC on March 12, repeated victories and defeats afterwards, and its ranking fell to 10th place.
It is difficult to operate normal power. National team fullback Kim Jin-soo is not recovering from a back injury, and goal scorer Cho Kyu-seong, who has emerged as a star through his performance at the Qatar World Cup, is not recovering from a calf injury. Lateral striker Lee Dong-jun, who was ambitiously recruited, suffered a recurrence of his thigh injury.
As key players are missing, the detailed tactics refined during winter training are not working properly. Due to the lack of detail and speed in the course of the attack, it is said that the process leading up to the shooting is clumsy.
In this situation, Jeonbuk will play an away game against FC Seoul on the 5th. Seoul is in a state of momentum to the extent that it is in second place in the league. Na Sang-ho’s scoring ability has improved, and Ki Sung-yueng’s set-pieces are showing their power.
In addition, Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan, who were sent off for protesting at the Gangwon match, cannot play in the Seoul match. Striker Song Min-kyu, who collapsed due to an injury in the match against Gangwon, is also uncertain.메이저사이트
If Jeonbuk loses in the difficult Seoul expedition, the ranking could drop further from 10th place.
Gangwon FC, 11th in the league, is on a two-game winning streak, but the next opponent is Suwon FC, whose attackers are suffering from a line injury. While Jeonbuk are unable to accumulate points in their away trip to Seoul, if Gangwon wins points, Jeonbuk will drop to 11th in the league.
Last year, Jeonbuk also fell to 11th place. Jeonbuk, which had been sluggish with 1 win, 2 draws and 3 losses until the 6th round after the opening of last year, fell to 11th place in the league, but then succeeded in rebounding with 3 consecutive wins, and from the end of June, it rose to 2nd place, chasing Ulsan Hyundai, the first place.
Kim Bo-kyung, Kunimoto, Ilyuchenko, Barrow, and Kim Jin-kyu, who have now left the team, contributed to the score at the time and raised the rankings.
Jeonbuk, which is in danger of falling from 11th place for two consecutive years, is in a situation where it must aim for a rebound like last year.