Jeju Nam Ki-il vs Gwangju Lee Jung-hyo’s first confrontation ‘Yesterday’s ally, today’s enemy’

Jeju United sets out to reverse the atmosphere in the Gwangju expedition. The opponent is Gwangju FC coach Lee Jung-hyo, who knows Jeju better than anyone else. Yesterday’s comrades meet today’s enemies.

Jeju faces Gwangju in the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 9 away match held at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the 26th at 7pm. Jeju lost 0-2 in the home game against Jeonbuk Hyundai on the 23rd, putting a brake on their 3-game winning streak (including the FA Cup). In order to regain the upper hand in the fierce ranking competition, it is necessary to win.

An interesting point to watch is the resourceful confrontation between the two team commanders. The Korea Professional Football Federation even counts it as a match of round. Manager Lee Jeong-hyo, who took the helm of Gwangju last year, worked closely with coach Nam Ki-il for a long time during his leadership career. Director Nam Ki-il worked with director Lee Jeong-hyo in Jeju from 2016 to 2021 in Gwangju. Head coach Lee Jung-hyo assisted coach Nam Ki-il as head coach.

A trick of fate has come. Jeju met Gwangju, led by manager Lee Jeong-hyo, in an important match. We know each other better than anyone else. We need a winning number to cause a crack in the tense tension.

In Jeju, the injured are adding to their power one after another. In the last match against Jeonbuk, Jungwoon started his comeback as a substitute. Hayes and Kim Joo-gong, who know Gwangju well, can also be used as key players. Hayes has been active in Gwangju for two seasons since 2021. In the 2022 season, he played a total of 39 games and led Gwangju to win the K-League 2 with 12 goals and 4 assists. Wearing the Jeju uniform this year, Hays is scoring 3 goals in 7 matches.

Kim Joo-gong played an active role as a key player in Gwangju from the 2019 professional debut season to the 2021 season. I know more about Gwangju than anyone else. Kim Joo-gong, who can play all offensive positions, is the most demanding player for Gwangju.

The psychological advantage is also preoccupied with Jeju. Jeju is leading with 4 wins, 4 draws and 2 losses in the last 10 games against Gwangju. But carelessness is forbidden. Jeju scored 12 points and conceded 8 points in the last 10 encounters with Gwangju. A tense game flow continues every game. You have to keep your defensive concentration until the end and aim for the opponent’s gaps.

Coach Nam Ki-il said,먹튀검증 “Coach Lee Jung-hyo has been with me for a long time and knows Jeju very well.” I have no intention of giving up victory.”

“The idea for the Gwangju match has been completed. We have to prepare well in all aspects,” he said. “We will bring good results in the Gwangju expedition by coming together with confidence and confidence in ourselves.”

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