When FC Seoul home fans won the match against Gwangju FC, they chanted the name of manager Ahn Ik-soo.

Seoul won 3-1 in the home game against Gwangju in the 12th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 7:30 pm on the 9th.

With this,카지노사이트 Seoul, who won 7 wins (2 draws and 3 losses) of the season, kept the 2nd place with 23 points.

It was a burdensome confrontation with Gwangju. This season, K-League 1 promoted team Gwangju showed aggressive soccer that did not back down even against strong teams, and was reborn as the ‘team of the blast’. Although they lost the match against Seoul in the last 2 rounds, they were ahead in the game.

In particular, the confrontation between the two teams attracted more attention with the provocative remarks of Gwangju coach Lee Jeong-hyo in the previous game.

Immediately after losing to Seoul in the second round of the head-to-head match, head coach Lee Jung-hyo poured out bombshell remarks, saying, “I am angry about losing to a team that plays soccer like that.”

With the rematch ahead, the lingering feeling from two months ago still hasn’t gone away. Before the game, of course, related questions were poured out, and coach Lee Jung-hyo said, “I knew that words were very scary. He thought that he had to prepare well for the interview in the future,” he said.

Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo did not respond in particular. Rather, he hoped that his adversary general’s provocative remarks would not become an issue anymore, saying, “Let’s stop talking about that now.”

Coach Ahn said, “Our football market is not healthy. Provoking one-shots is not a news story, and I think we need to focus on a more progressive story.”

Even if coach Ahn Ik-soo did not show emotion, Seoul players and fans were different.

Na Sang-ho, who led the team to victory with one goal and one assist in the game against Gwangju, said, “(Soccer remarks like that) was definitely motivated. He read the article and his pride was hurt. He prepared well for the game to pay back,” he said, vowing revenge.

Seoul fans were not alone.

Although they did not deliver a direct message, they shouted “Ahn Ik-soo” in unison at the end of the second half when Seoul’s 3-1 victory waned. Even after the game was over, the team chanted the name of manager Ahn Ik-soo once again along with the player who performed exceptionally well that day.

Overcoming the sluggish performance last season in the lower split, Seoul is proudly in second place in the league this season. The team scored 25 goals, more than Ulsan, who leads the league.

Coach Ahn Ik-soo did not say anything, but the voices of the fans proved that Seoul, which is showing a completely different attacking soccer this season, is not to the extent of being negatively evaluated as a ‘team that plays soccer like that’.

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