This year, when professional football enjoys spring days, leaders are having a hard time.
In the regular league, where each team plays 38 games, winning and losing are commonplace. It is necessary to have an eye for solving long-term races, but it is difficult to have that kind of composure this year.
If you lose one game, booing pours out from the stands, and if you lose two games, the club bus is blocked. The first victim was Suwon Samsung coach Lee Byeong-geun, who fell to last place. Coach Lee had to bow his head to fans demanding his resignation after losing 1-3 in a home game against Daejeon Hana Citizen on the 19th. It was even more painful because the same misfortune happened exactly a week ago. 온라인카지노
Director Lee is not the only one troubled by the sharp reaction of the fans. Jeonbuk coach Kim Sang-sik is also having a hard time. After losing 0-2 in Daegu FC on the 19th, coach Kim said, “Come to your senses, Jeonbuk!” Looking at the Jeonbuk fans shouting “shut up and attack”, he sighed. Some Jeonbuk fans even predicted a demonstration demanding the resignation of coach Kim and CEO Heo Byeong-gil at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium, the home of Jeonbuk, from the 22nd.
In the football field, there are many reactions that fans are not too early to bring out their dissatisfaction. Now that each team has played 4 games, there are 34 games left. It is greatly compared to last year’s last-minute bus blocking.
The initial performance is important, but the beauty of the regular league, not a short-term game, is that a rebound is possible depending on the remaining games. Rather, if fans pour out excessive criticism, there is a risk that not only the coach but also the players will shrink.
Fans are also well aware of this fact, but it is interpreted that they are angry at the downfall of the prestigious family. Suwon, once a famous club representing the K-League, managed to overcome the relegation crisis last year, and fans were disappointed when their first victory was a long way off this year due to sluggish performance. Jeonbuk, which reigned as the strongest in the 21st century K-League 1, did not perform well, but it is dissatisfied that they are losing their team color ‘Dakgong’ (shut up and attack).
Clubs are also busy preparing countermeasures while appeasing fans’ complaints. It is fortunate that the K-League 1 entered the A-match break at the end of the 4th round and secured about two weeks of time. Coach Lee and coach Kim are expected to make a rebound in the K-League 1, which resumes in April. In the world of professional sports, the managerial position is often compared to the life of a fly. The two coaches are realizing this more than ever this year.