Daejeon and Jeonbuk, which resemble the ‘Rise of the Rampant’, will fight for destruction…The losing team is inevitable


The two teams, which are far from rebounding, met on the edge of the cliff. Daejeon Hana Citizen and Jeonbuk Hyundai, who show similar moves, will suffer a fatal blow the moment they lose their confrontation.

Daejeon and Jeonbuk will play the 21st round of Hana Bank’s K League 1 2024 at Daejeon World Cup Stadium at 7 p.m. on Tuesday. The two teams that are facing downgrade are competing each other. Daejeon (18 points) ranks 11th out of the 12 teams in the K League, while Jeonbuk (16 points) ranks last. This is why the upcoming showdown is called “failure.”

That much, the loss is fatal. It is especially true because a lack of points could widen the gap with the other teams. Looking back at this time last season, one can see how much the two teams were on the verge of relegation. Suwon Samsung, which was in last place on July 8, failed to rebound and was relegated to the second division. Gangwon FC, which was ranked 11th, barely managed to stay after a playoff against K League 2 Gimpo FC.

This showdown is not just a six-point game. The winner can set the stage for a rebound. Both teams are in desperate need of a change of atmosphere, so it is expected to be a bloody match.

Coincidentally, the two teams are showing similar moves this season.

Daejeon and Jeonbuk had been at the bottom of the league since the beginning of the season, and eventually parted ways with the head coach. Daejeon had Hwang Sun-hong as its coach last month, and Jeonbuk had Kim Doo-hyun as its coach in May. Hwang previously led Daejeon from January to September 2020, and Kim as its acting coach last year. He thus sent an SOS to the head coach who was familiar with the team’s situation.

However, the Korean team has failed to achieve the desired result. In the four matches that it played since Hwang Sun-hong took the helm, the team garnered only one win (one draw and two losses). It recently plunged into a two-game losing streak, and if it loses to Jeonbuk, it will fall to the bottom. One thing to believe is that a large number of new faces, including Martha, Kim Moon-hwan and Kim Min-woo, have recently joined the team. 스포츠토토

The situation in Jeonbuk is truly the worst. Since Kim Doo-hyun took the helm of the team, the team has been mired in six matches with no wins (two draws and four losses). Since its victory at Gwangju FC (3-0) on May 19, the team has failed to win the match for nearly two months. Recently, “captain” Kim Jin-soo was given disciplinary action for his drinking problem, and he was even ejected for kicking opponent Choi Jun in the side in the match against FC Seoul soon after the fact was revealed. The mood is not so good. Analysts say that Jeonbuk’s much-vaunted “winning mentality” has disappeared.

The losing team is likely to suffer the disgrace of being the “last place” for the time being. As the gap between the lower and middle ranks of the league is expected to widen in the 21st round, the loser will really fall into the abyss. A draw is also a “difficult” and not a very good result for the two teams. The two teams drew 1-1 in their first showdown in March.

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