Falling without wings,카지노사이트 Suwon Samsung and Jeonbuk Hyundai met on a single wooden bridge. Soccer fans dubbed this match ‘The Battle of Destruction’.

Suwon will play a home game against Jeonbuk at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 10th at 7:30 pm in the 12th round of the professional football K League 1 2023. This season, Suwon and Jeonbuk are experiencing a ‘same battle’ in the relegation zone.

Suwon has not been able to show the appearance of a ‘myeongga’ in recent seasons. Last year, it was pushed to the promotion playoffs (PO), but Oh Hyun-kyu left for Celtic (Scotland) with a dramatic gift of retention. It’s even worse this season. Having suffered the worst slump in the opening 10 games without a win (2 draws and 8 losses), they are currently in the lowest 12th place (5 points), automatically relegated. Manager Lee Byung-geun was sacked, and under Choi Seong-yong’s acting manager system, they managed to win their first victory against Incheon United.

Suwon has not been playing well across the air and defense this season. Scored 9 goals in 11 matches. In terms of team scoring ranking, it is 11th out of 12 teams. On the other hand, they conceded a whopping 18 goals, ranking first in terms of conceding the most goals. Now, coach Kim Byeong-soo, who is famous for ‘Byeong-soo Ball’, is aiming for a planting match as the new command tower. Jeonbuk Jeon is the debut match of director Kim Byung-soo.

Jeonbuk also has the appearance of winning the most 9 times in total, including the first 5 consecutive defeats in the K-League 1. Since the introduction of the promotion and relegation system in 2013, it has never fallen to Final B (bottom 6 teams), and Jeonbuk, which has won only 7 championships in the last 10 years, currently stands at 3 wins, 2 draws and 6 losses (11 points), making it a promotion PO. It’s in the top 10 to play.

Jeonbuk scored 11 goals in 11 matches and conceded 12 goals. He also has three games in which he did not score a goal. Although he has some injuries, he is far from the once famous ‘dak-gong’ (shut up and attack). In the course of the vertical fall, Jeonbuk sent manager Kim Sang-shik away bitterly and entered the system of acting manager Kim Doo-hyun.

Jeonbuk is ahead with 34 wins, 23 draws and 26 losses in the league record of the two teams, but the result of the first confrontation this season was a 1-1 draw. It is noteworthy which team will rebound by sacrificing its opponent, Suwon, which reported its first victory in 11 opening games, and Jeonbuk, which has been without a win in the last 3 games in a row (1 draw, 2 losses).

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