Petrescu style ‘dakgong’ is put on… ‘2nd place and 4 points difference’ Jeonbuk surpasses Seoul and pursues the top ranks in earnest?


Jeonbuk Hyundai starts running with manager Dan Petrescu.

Jeonbuk replaced the manager amid ups and downs in the first half of last year. After coach Kim Sang-shik resigned, Dan Petrescu took over the helm. In his debut game on the 24th of last month, he lost to Gwangju FC (0-2 loss), but later won 4-0 against Gwangju, which he met again in the quarterfinals of the Korea Football Association (FA) Cup, and won 2-0 against Jeju United in the 20th round. He won and fired a signal flare.

Jeonbuk will face FC Seoul at 7:30 pm on the 8th at Jeonju World Cup Stadium. Jeonbuk, which has risen to 4th place (30 points), is closely chasing the 2nd place. Seoul (33 points) is in third place. If Jeonbuk beats Seoul, the points are tied. Jeonbuk (24 goals) is 8 goals behind Seoul (32 goals) in terms of goals, so it is not easy to change positions.

Coach Petrescu is putting his own color on Jeonbuk little by little. He prefers soccer with straight lines. He trusts the main strikers such as Cho Kyu-seong, Song Min-gyu, and Lee Dong-jun.

In addition, attention is being paid to whether the K-League debut match of Petrasek, a defender from the Czech national team, chosen by coach Petrescu, will be successful. Petrasek is 2m tall and is good at air supremacy. However, there are those who have left injured. Midfielder Jun Amano suffered an injury in the 20th round and is expected to miss 2-3 weeks. Baek Seung-ho, who has returned, is expected to take on a more aggressive role.

Seoul recorded a draw without a goal in the 20th round against Daejeon Hana Citizen without striker Hwang Eui-jo. Hwang Eui-jo returned to his original team, Nottingham Forest (England), after the lease contract with Seoul expired on the 30th of last month. In the match against Daejeon, Ilyuchenko seized the starting opportunity and played diligently, but could not create a threatening scene. Striker Na Sang-ho, who scored 8 goals in 13 games, has been silent for two months after the match against Gwangju on May 9th. Trouble is deep in the forefront.오래된 토토사이트

On the same day at 7:00 pm at Suwon Sports Complex, 10th place Suwon FC (19 points) and 9th place Incheon United (23 points) clash. It is a ‘6-point’ game that both teams must win to jump to the mid-table. The pursuit of 11th place Gangwon FC (13 points) must also be overtaken. Suwon FC is in pain as midfielder Lee Young-jae left due to injury during the return match after being discharged from the military. However, Lopez, who was newly brought in, showed better physical condition than expected. With the return of forward striker Chun Seong-hun, Incheon is raising expectations as the attack revives.

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