No win chain” Jeonbuk, the disgrace caused by the tangled first step

Jeonbuk Hyundai, which has won the most titles (nine times) in the K-League, has become a “neighborhood book.” In the “Hana Bank K-League 1 2024,” which has played through the sixth round, the team is ranking 12th with three draws and three losses, with three points.

Jeonbuk lost 2-3 to Gangwon FC at its home game in the sixth round of the regular season league held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on Tuesday. However, the pain was all the more significant because it was the first game after Coach Petrescu voluntarily resigned due to poor performance.

The remaining coaching staff and players, including coach Park Won-jae, worked together to prepare hard for the match against Gangwon, but they did not even enjoy the sparkling effect of the coach’s resignation and repeated the disastrous results due to the poor contents. Jeonbuk will have no wins in nine official games (5 draws and 4 losses) if it adds to the 2023-2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL), which failed to advance to the semifinals due to its rival Ulsan HD.

What is the problem? “Players are also looking for the cause of our sluggishness,” said Park Jin-seop, a “servant” who played his part in both the central defense and the third term. Unfortunately, however, Jeonbuk has been twisted from the first step.

Jeonbuk conducted winter training in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates where Petrescu resides, and spent most of his time in practice matches and recovery programs there, which boasts the best training environment. The decision was made in consideration of the fact that the ACL group stage will be completed in mid-December last year and the new season will begin in mid-February.

Consequently, it was the worst decision ever made. Given the tight schedule and long hot weather in the K-League, Jeonbuk had to beef up its physical stamina to the maximum. Korean coaches often build physical fitness by running on the beach when things are tight, but Jeonbuk did not have many players who could last 90 minutes.

It only glistened in the first two games, but the pace dropped sharply after that. As the result was not good, coach Petrescu, who was mentally chased, played the early part of the season without making much change due to limited number of players, but the situation worsened as the main pillars were exhausted quickly and the number of injured people continued to rise. 토토사이트 추천

Of course, it is hard to deny that the main cause of constant injuries is unprepared physical strength. Jeonbuk, which is looking for a replacement for Petrescu with all possibilities open at home and abroad, is also looking for an experienced physical coach to help prevent injury and manage physical strength.

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