Seoul in crisis leaving the command tower vs Ulsan,

the leader who took a breather, clash on the 27th

4th to 9th place, close battle within ‘5 points’…

Relegation zone continues ‘muddy fight’

Football K League 1

Professional football K League 1 FC Seoul,

which faced the variable of a sudden manager resignation,

meets Ulsan Hyundai, the leader, in an urgent need to ‘escape without a win’. 온라인카지노

FC Seoul

Seoul will play a home game against Ulsan and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 round 28 at 7 pm on the 27th at the Seoul World Cup Stadium.

Seoul, which runs 4th in the K-League 1 (39 points, 48 ​​points),

has been in confusion for the past few days after the 27th round against Daegu FC on the 19th.

Coach Ahn Ik-soo, who has led the team since September 2021,

announced his sudden resignation at an official press conference after the game against Daegu.

Seoul went without a win (3 draws, 2 losses) in their last 5 league games,

including a 2-2 draw with Daegu.

The content was not good, such as conceding a last-minute goal in the preceding game and being caught by a lower ranked team,

so the disappointment of the fans grew, and after the Daegu match,

there were shouts from the spectators to coach Ahn to step down.

Coach Ahn

Coach Ahn, who reacted furiously to this, declared at a press conference after that that he would leave the team,

the Seoul club accepted his resignation on the 22nd after much consideration.

For Seoul, which has started to rectify the atmosphere by appointing head coach Kim Jin-kyu, who knows the team well, as an acting coach, it is an urgent priority to break the winless chain.

Seoul, which stopped at Final B for three consecutive seasons from 2020 to last year, maintains the top spot this season, but the gap with Final B has narrowed amidst recent sluggishness.

It is a situation where the pursuit of teams led by Gwangju FC (39 points, 35 points) in 5th place is as nerve-wracking as following the teams in the top ranks,

including 3rd place Jeonbuk Hyundai (41 points).

6th place Incheon United (37 points), 7th place Daejeon Hana Citizen (36 points),

8th place Daegu (35 points), 9th place Jeju United (34 points), 4th to 9th places are concentrated within 5 points, so the results of one or two games Rankings can change drastically.

Seoul has scored 7 goals in the last 3 matches, but has not been able to secure a win by conceding 8 goals.

The key is how to block the onslaught of Ulsan, the team with the most goals in the league (50 goals).

Leader Ulsan is heading to Seoul after changing the trend that has been slowing down recently in a rival match.

Ulsan Hyundai

Ulsan, who drew 0-0 with Daegu on the 5th of this month and was caught 0-2 by the lowest-ranked Gangwon FC on the 12th and almost fell into crisis, successfully rebounded by holding the ‘Hyundai Derby’ with Jeonbuk 1-0 on the 19th.

He was the first to break 60 points.

Ulsan scored two or more points in both matches against Seoul this season and won (2-1, 3-2).

Attention is focused on the toes of Bakko, who has shown a particularly strong side to Seoul, including scoring multiple goals in the second match of the season on May 14th.

The teams in the relegation zone, which are just as cobbled together as the mid-tier, face off against the upper-middle divisions this week.

Relegation Zone

In the relegation zone, 10th place Suwon FC (26 points), 11th place Suwon Samsung (22 points), and 12th place Gangwon (20 points) are in a bloody competition.

Suwon FC will play a home game against Incheon on the 25th, which succeeded in qualifying for the first Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) final, and Suwon will face Gwangju on the 27th.

On the 26th, Gangwon faced a difficult match against second place Pohang in the home room.

◇ Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 28 Schedule

▲ 25th (Fri)

Suwon FC-Incheon (19:00 Suwon Sports Complex)

Jeonbuk-Daejeon (19:30 Jeonju World Cup Stadium)

▲ 26th (Sat)

Daegu-Jeju (19:00, DGB Daegu Bank Park)

Gangwon-Pohang (19:30, Gangneung Sports Complex)

▲ 27th (Sun)

Seoul-Ulsan (19:00, Seoul World Cup Stadium)

Gwangju-Suwon (19:30, Gwangju Soccer Stadium)

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