Regarding the remaining games of the season, FC Seoul’s acting manager Kim Jin-gyu emphasized a rebound in performance, saying, “We need to show a professional appearance.”
Seoul lost 0-2 in the match against Jeonbuk Hyundai in the 33rd round of Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 8th.
Seoul (12 wins, 11 draws, 10 losses, 47 points) failed to advance to Final A for the first time in four years as Incheon (12 wins, 12 draws, 9 losses, 48 points) recorded a draw in the game between Incheon and Ulsan held at the same time. 토토사이트
Acting manager Kim Jin-gyu, who met with reporters after the game, said, “Many fans came to the stadium, and I am sorry for showing such a performance.
I think all members, including me, should be sorry to the fans for showing such a performance for four consecutive years.”
He expressed his thoughts about the game.
Regarding what was lacking compared to Jeonbuk in this game, “I think it was personal ability.
I think we lost today’s game while struggling with that decision-making ability.
If the goal that was offside had been acknowledged, we could have gone a little easier, but it was such a small thing.
I think there was one difference between winning and losing,” he pointed out.
In terms of motivation, regarding the difficult aspects of the remaining season’s games, Assistant Manager Kim said, “I don’t think we should prepare like we are now,” and added, “I would have said that the players are preparing well, but I don’t think the fans will want to see this in the stadium.
I need to think more about what the problem is and analyze it, but I thought that I should show a more fighting side and the side that the fans want in the stadium.
I think a more professional side should be shown,” he explained.
Regarding what the fans want, “Tactics and strategy are all important, but I think the fans want to see them trying to win until the end.
I thought that was lacking, and that was seen even in the first goal conceded scene, so the players need to recognize it and fix it. “I think it does,” he said.