Gangwon FC coach Yoon Jung-hwan replied to the evaluation that he was a “strong team strong” ahead of the away match against Daegu FC in the 29th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 at DGB Daegu Bank Park at 7:30 p.m. on the 1st. Coach Yoon’s Gangwon beat “first-tier” Ulsan Hyundai 2-0 and tied the Pohang Steelers 1-1 in the previous game. However, coach Yoon seemed to be disappointed with the 1-2 come-from-behind defeat against Suwon FC. 토토사이트
“It feels good to beat a team like Ulsan, but we don’t compete with Ulsan, so we’re competing with the teams right above us, so winning is more important when we face these teams,” he said. As for the reason why he is strong against a strong team, Yoon cited the players’ concentration rather than the tactical part of tactics. He said, “The players are more focused when they compete with strong teams, so they do better even if they make the same tactics and orders.”
Gangwon drew 1-1 and 0-0 in two matches against Daegu this season, respectively. Ahead of the match between Gangwon, the lowest-ranked team, which desperately needs three points to escape the relegation zone, and Daegu, the seventh-ranked team, which desperately needs three points to enter the top six, Yoon predicted, “Daegu is a team that counterattacks after defense, but we may have more time to defend.” “Daegu is also a team that focuses on counterattacks, but we are also a team that does a lot of counterattacks. “It won’t be easy, but since soccer is a game of beating the ground anyway, it’s important to use the back space well at what time he said. “Daegu is also a team with strong defense, and we are also thinking about defense in preparation for counterattacks. Daegu is expected to bet on Edgar in the second half, given that he is behind him, but for now, we are going to bet on the first half. If you score the first goal, Daegu will be in a hurry and if you are chased, there can be a lot of space, so you can even look for an opportunity to score additional points. “The first goal is important,” he said.
He also did not hide his expectations for Alibabaev’s performance, which tasted the goal against Pohang. Coach Yoon said, “I don’t know what the situation is before I come, but according to the team officials, there are a lot of comments. He was discouraged and mentally exhausted, but he became very bright and tried to work very hard when he entered the ground. Those appearances seem to have led to a goal,” he said.