Suwon siblings in crisis-Gangwon FC solidifies bottom three

The race for the top spot in professional soccer’s K League 1 seems to be solidifying into a ‘three-way’.

10th-ranked Suwon FC, 11th-ranked Gangwon FC, and 12th-ranked Suwon Samseong, who are experiencing a similar slump, will not be able to escape the slump easily.바카라

In particular, ninth-placed Incheon United widened the gap between them and Suwon FC by catching leaders Ulsan Hyundai in the 22nd round.

Incheon is the team that made the most significant additions in the winter transfer window. While the team hasn’t quite lived up to expectations so far, they’re not a team that should be stuck in ninth place based on strength alone. Incheon is likely to improve over time. The return of Mugosa, who has 68 goals and 10 assists in 129 games over the last five seasons, has given them a boost.

The bottom three teams, on the other hand, have not been in the best of moods lately.

Suwon FC lost 2-7 away to FC Seoul 2023 in the 22nd round of the Hana One Q K League 1 at Seoul World Cup Stadium on March 12.

The team was embarrassed as they fell victim to the most goals in a single game in Seoul’s history. Seven goals in one game is a lot for the players to take in.

Suwon FC is currently facing an unsettled goalkeeping situation. With starting goalkeeper Lee Labor sidelined with an injury, Park Bae-jong and Lee Beom-young have been taking turns in goal, but neither has been able to provide stability.

As if the shock of the loss wasn’t bad enough, Suwon FC traveled to Jeonbuk two days later. The pressure will be on for Jeonbuk, who have been returning to form with a frightening surge of late. If they don’t pick up a point against Jeonbuk, the gap between them and ninth-place Incheon could widen.

Gangwon hasn’t won in their last 12 games. The team’s struggles eventually led to the resignation of head coach Choi Yong-soo and the appointment of Yoon Jeong-hwan, who has yet to report his first win in charge.

Suwon Samsung is also in last place, having gone nine games without a win. If Suwon were to be relegated, it would be the first time in the club’s history.

The bottom three teams in K League 1 are in the relegation zone. The bottom of the K League 1 is direct relegation, with the 10th and 11th place teams having to play a promotion playoff (PO).

If the bottom three teams are solidified early on, it won’t be good for the KBO. It will be interesting to see if the crisis-ridden Suwon and Gangwon can rebound in the early hours.

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