‘3G consecutive draw’ Jeonbuk, as a team that can’t take care of the contents or results… rebound is very difficult

‘3G consecutive draw’ Jeonbuk, as a team that can’t take care of the contents or results… rebound is very difficult

Jeonbuk Hyundai’s slump continues. It is ranked 4th in the ‘Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023’, which finished up to round 28. It doesn’t sound like a bad ranking, but in reality it’s not. They only managed to accumulate 42 points (12 wins, 6 draws, 10 losses). 2 draws and 1 loss in the last 3 matches. It is impossible to chase the leader Ulsan Hyundai (61 points), and the second place Pohang Steelers (50 points) is too far away.

Meanwhile, the pursuers approached. On the 27th, they defeated Suwon Samsung 4-0 and lost third place to Gwangju FC, which was tied on points with Jeonbuk. If they had beaten FC Seoul (40 points) in 5th place, who drew 2-2 with Ulsan on the same day, they would have been pushed further into the rankings.

The 1-1 draw with Daejeon Hana Citizen at home on the 25th is painful for Jeonbuk. They have met three times this season and have not won once. Prior to that, they drew 1-1 in the home game with Suwon, and lost 0-1 in the away game in Ulsan.

Not only the result, but also the performance is disappointing. The direction coach Dan Petrescu (Romania) is pursuing, who took over the baton during the A match break in June, is clear. He prefers straight forward play with long possession of the ball, and actively utilizes the side. In this process, players with excellent physical skills are taking many opportunities. Technicians like Amano Jun were pushed out of the competition.

But something doesn’t quite fit. The chances are steadily created, but the decision-making power is poor, and there are too many mistakes during the game. Of course, the firepower is expected. The last game in which three or more goals were scored in the league this season was the home game against Suwon FC (3-1 win) on May 21st. There has been none since Petrescu took over.메이저놀이터

It is different from Ulsan and Pohang, which create opportunities and eventually score goals regardless of whether they are winning or being pushed. This is the reason why they are not able to go up properly even though they are currently boasting the least number of goals (25 goals) in the league. In the K-League, where multiple goals take precedence over goal difference, poor scoring is a very unsettling factor. It may adversely affect future ranking competition.

Being unemployed for two consecutive years in Jeonbuk, which boasts the highest ransom, is a result that is tantamount to failure. The 2023-2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League, which will start the group stage in September, and the FA Cup semi-finals and finals scheduled for November are the last chance to defend your pride. Coach Petrescu is tasked with maximizing the collapsed pace.

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