Jeonbuk, which has separated from the ‘age of common sense’, resolves confusion and normalizes… Weight on appointing foreign commanders

The 2023 season of K-League 1 Jeonbuk Hyundai has been gloomy. In the ‘Hana One Q K League 1 2023’, which has been digested until round 11, it remains in 10th place with 11 points (3 wins, 2 draws, 6 losses). Since 2009, it has been reigning as an ‘absolute dynasty’ by climbing to the top of the league nine times, but this year, it has repeatedly fallen right after the opening and finally descended to the relegation zone.

It was inevitable카지노사이트 to part with manager Kim Sang-sik, who had accompanied him for 15 years as a player, coach, and manager since 2009. The parent company (Hyundai Motors) and the club tried to dissuade him from resigning on two occasions, but coach Kim did not avoid taking responsibility for his poor performance.

Jeonbuk, which filled the command void by entrusting head coach Kim Doo-hyun as acting coach from the 11th round away match against FC Seoul on Children’s Day (1-1 draw), plans to appoint a new command tower as soon as possible. It is the starting line for normalizing the team while resolving the confusion of the past. However, rather than speeding up recklessly, I try to be careful and thoroughly verify it.

Park Ji-seong, the technical director, took the lead and established internal policies. While the weight of the foreign command tower is being weighed on, the circumstances of contact with several leaders who have been nominated since last weekend are also being captured. K-League officials hinted, “Jeonbuk is looking for a person who has a high understanding of Asian football through (leading) experience, and has team management, tactical operation, and crisis response capabilities.” Jeonbuk won the K-League 1 twice and the FA Cup once in 2019 and 2020 with coach Jose Morais (Portugal), who emphasizes build-up football.

In addition, there is a clear will to spare no investment, so there is a possibility of not only strengthening the capacity of the coaching staff, but also complexly handling the scouting and physical management systems, which have been consistently problematic. If you have to change the whole team anyway, there is a high voice that a wide reorganization is needed. In fact, Jeonbuk is in desperate need of improvement as they are experiencing great difficulties due to imbalance in squad composition, poor condition management, and repeated injuries. Jeonbuk is facing two consecutive away matches against Suwon Samsung (10th) and Incheon United (14th).

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