‘Even the leader was defeated’ Gwangju “Please let me use the playground”

‘Even the leader was defeated’ Gwangju “Please let me use the playground”

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The recent rise of professional soccer team Gwangju is scary.

Despite the poor training environment, they defeated leader Ulsan in the away game and jumped to 3rd place in the league.

This is reporter Song Ki-seong.

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From the first goal created with a fierce obsession with the ball…

to a fantastic volley that froze the defenders!

Gwangju, who won by pushing ahead Ulsan, the leader with eight current and former national team members, without a large number of key players such as Um Ji-seong and Ahsani, went undefeated in nine consecutive games and set a new record for the most wins by a club in the first division.

As evidenced by his bold dribbling without fear of failure and the highest success rate of forward passes in the attacking area, he has raised his ranking from 8th place to 3rd place with ‘Lee Jeong-hyo’s’ attacking soccer.

“We prepared a lot to not lose Gwangju’s unique color and to keep hitting even if we were hit for a goal.”

Due to the extraordinary momentum of the promoted team, not only coach Lee Jeong-hyo’s leadership but also the abilities of his players began to be re-evaluated.

Gwangju players, who were close to being ‘unknown’, grew tremendously and joined the national team at each level.

Soon-min Lee, who was about to turn 30, was also called by Coach Klinsmann.

“This is Gwangju FC midfielder and current national team player Lee Soon-min. Now, I feel like my dream is no longer just my dream. I feel a sense of responsibility and weight for that.”

The only concern for Gwangju, which is doing well, is improving training conditions…먹튀검증

For the past two months, when defeat was forgotten, the players always talked about the stadium they could not use freely before expressing their feelings about victory.

“There is a disadvantage in not being able to use the stadium freely, so if you can help us a little, I hope Gwangju will develop further and become a club that can compete at a higher level.”

“Can I say one more thing? Please be considerate of the playground.”

Despite the evaluation of those around them as ‘the weakest team in the league’…

and despite the poor training environment…

Gwangju is proudly looking beyond staying in the team.

‘Challenge the Asian stage’ is no longer just a dream.

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