Park Jin-seop, who couldn’t raise his head, said, “Everyone lacks confidence… Players continue to have meetings and communicate.”


Park Jin-seop (29, Jeonbuk) could not easily raise his head.

Jeonbuk Hyundai lost 0-2 against Jeju United in the fifth round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at the Jeju World Cup Stadium at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday. Jeonbuk will seek its first win of this season in the next match.

Kim Jin-soo’s exit was painful. Jeonbuk, which allowed Yeo Hong-kyu to lose a point in the first half, was defeated in the 34th minute of the second half when Kim Jin-soo was sent off and gave another point to Jin just before the end of the game.

“It’s a disappointing result. It might not have been the best in the first half, but it created three to four chances. Jeju, on the other hand, scored its only chance. In the second half, it created more chances, but after fighting with 10 players, the game got tough. Too many chances are missed. Not just today’s game. I feel sorry for the players who played the game and the fans who came a long way. It’s a bittersweet moment to accept.”

Later, he met Park Jin-seop at the mixed zone. Unable to raise his head easily, Park said, “Everyone knows this situation. As the mood was not good enough, (Kim) Jin-soo and (Choi) Cheol-soon told us that our players should change the mood quickly.”

Park Jin-seop said, “We talked about doing so, saying that the players have to show different appearances on the field to turn the game into a good atmosphere.”

In this match, Jeonbuk often showed its players’ teamwork was not compatible. Park Jin-seop said, “Everyone lacks confidence. We have a long way from each other. We need to improve our performance quickly. I think that changes our performance. 업소알바 We need to change ourselves from the training first.”

Jeonbuk has become the only team in the K-League that has no win in all of its K-League 1 and 2, failing to reverse the mood. “I felt that if I want to change the atmosphere, I have to win no matter what. I think I have to win one game quickly to change the atmosphere. I need to focus on that part,” Park said.

Jeonbuk will play its next match on July 7. Jeonbuk will invite Gangwon to its home ground. “Players continue to have meetings and communicate with each other. We need to prepare for our performance by having good talks with our coaching staff,” Park said.

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