I’m really sorry” “I’m sorry” Director Byeong-geun Lee promised to win 1 in ‘The Guillotine

 Suwon Samsung Bluewings coach Lee Byung-geun bowed his head and apologized to the fans. He promised to win at home without fail.

Suwon lost 1-2 in the 6th round of ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ against Ulsan Hyundai held at Ulsan Munsu Stadium on the 8th. After losing 0-1 in the opening match against Gwangju FC, they tried to rebound the atmosphere, but failed one after another and have not yet won one league win.

Coach Lee Byeong-geun said in an interview before the match, “We need to improve the details in important areas to make good attacking work from the side.

I knew it wasn’t easy, but the first half was Ulsan’s plate. Ulsan poured cold water on Suwon’s strategy as Rubikson scored consecutive goals in the 33rd and 35th minutes of the first half. Suwon did not have an advantage in the midfield fight, and key attacking resources such as Kim Bo-kyung, Ahn Byung-jun, and Basani failed to catch the ball in the dangerous area.

If you only watch 45 minutes, it leans perfectly towards Ulsan. However, Suwon calmed down in the second half. In the 10th minute of the second half, a penalty kick was declared and a decisive opportunity was taken, but Cho Hyun-woo’s animalistic save blocked it and lowered his head.

At the moment when a goal was desperately needed, Kim Kyung-joong saved the fire of pursuit. In the 34th minute of the second half, he shook the Ulsan net to raise the mood, and he did his best until the last minute. I tried a sharp shot, but this time I couldn’t penetrate Jo Hyeon-woo. After the game, Ulsan coach Hong Myung-bo said,스포츠토토 “If it wasn’t for Cho Hyun-woo’s save, we would have lost.”

In the second half, we played a ‘good fight’ game, but Suwon fans are worried. In Ulsan, the performance of the second half is performance and there is no victory yet. Director Lee Byeong-geun lowered his head, saying, “It really doesn’t work out. I’m really sorry to the fans.”

Although the fans lost against Ulsan, they sang a cheering song and encouraged the players. As coach Lee said, “We were on the rise in the second half, and if we do it like the second half, there will be more hope.”

However, the story is different when it comes to Jeju United. Since they haven’t won in 6 games, if they lose or draw again at home due to lethargic performance, they may demand a ‘guillotine’ from coach Lee Byeong-geun.

Coach Lee told the fans, “Thank you so much for cheering us on even after the game against Ulsan. If you cheer as passionately as today rather than booing, the players will be able to run more and gain strength. It really gives me great strength. I’m really sorry for putting off one win to the next. I will definitely win against Jeju,” he promised.

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