I don’t know if the thorny field road is from now on.
Suwon Samsung, led by coach Lee Byung-geun, lost 1-2 to Ulsan Hyundai in the 6th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at Ulsan Munsu Stadium on the 8th. Suwon conceded two goals in the first half, and Kim Kyung-joong made it in the 34th minute of the second half, but could not overturn the result. Basani’s missed penalty kick in the 12th minute of the second half is likely to be regrettable.
Suwon has 2 draws and 4 losses in 6 matches.안전놀이터 He has yet to report his first win of the season. still in crisis Scores rarely break. Suwon pushed hard against Ulsan in the second half, but had to be content with one goal. Suwon has yet to score a goal from their frontline striker. Only Basani, Kim Kyung-joong, and Akosti scored goals. At least the returning foreign striker Mulich showed a threatening appearance, but the zero point aim is still to be seen.
Looking at the next schedule, there is still a long way to go. Suwon faces Jeju United at home on the 15th. Jeju is also taking an uneasy step at the beginning of this season. stays in the lower ranks. Lim Chae-min, Lee Chang-min, and Jeong-woon are suffering from injuries one after another. Suwon and Jeju must overcome each other. It is a virtual ‘guillotine’ match. Suwon shared points with Gangwon FC, another low-ranking team, in the 5th round.
Suwon will play a ‘super match’ with FC Seoul after the match against Jeju. This is the first ‘Super Match’ of the season. It’s burdensome because it’s going on in Seoul. In particular, Seoul is on the rise with 4 wins and 2 losses at the beginning of the season. We also have to fight against the fervent support of the fans from the away game in Seoul. Seoul has an average of 29,253 spectators for its three home games this season. Last season, Suwon was inferior with 1 win, 1 draw and 2 losses.
In particular, Suwon sacked coach Park Geon-ha after losing to Seoul last season. Again, if the results of the ‘Super Match’ are not good, there is a high possibility that they will be hit hard. After being ‘blocked by the bus’, coach Lee hinted in front of Suwon fans that he would take responsibility if the result was bad. April started with 1 draw and 1 loss. The month of April, promised by director Lee, is also passing without a hitch. After the game against Ulsan, coach Lee said, “I think there will be more hope if we do it like the second half. I will definitely win against Jeju,” he promised. Suwon’s crisis is not over yet.