There were signs of change. However, we should not stop at possibilities.

Suwon is still undefeated. 2 draws and 3 losses in 5 games. They avoided last place ahead of Jeju United on multiple points. In the 5th round against Gangwon FC, Suwon took the lead with Basani’s first goal in the extra time in the first half, but in the 28th minute of the second half, Suwon gave up an equalizer to Kim Jin-ho and lost another victory.

Still, there were changes. Coach Lee Byeong-geun made significant changes to the starting lineup that day. Compared to the match against Daejeon Hana Citizen in the 4th round (1-3 loss), 6 players were changed. Both side defenders as well as midfield combinations have been changed. Although midfielder Choi Seong-geun left due to an injury in the 19th minute of the first half, he made a change after 5 games. “I felt the need for a competitive structure,” explains director Lee.카지노사이트

Fortunately, the new foreign player, Mulich, has returned from a hamstring injury. Mulich is a replacement for Oh Hyun-kyu (Celtic). With Oh Hyun-gyu leaving and Ahn Byung-jun sluggish this season, Mulich’s role has grown even more. Mulich was put in in the 15th minute of the second half and showed a good move. He only attempted 1 shot, but he harassed the Gangwon defense in the forefront. Bassani also helped in the midfield, scoring his K-League debut goal. However, the issue of coexistence with Kim Bo-kyung seems to be a point Suwon should continue to think about.

Through massive changes, we saw the potential. However, the change should not be limited to possibilities. Suwon is still unable to grasp the contents or results. In particular, it seems that the score does not come out compared to the attacking opportunity. Suwon is ranked second in shots (72) in five games. It ranks high in key indicators such as 1st in key passes (42), 2nd in front passes (822), and 3rd in offensive passes (439). The attack development is not bad, but the details of the opponent’s camp should be considered insufficient. This is a task that Suwon must solve.

Moreover, Suwon fans had a strong boycott of cheering in the Gangwon match following ‘blocking the bus’. He also hung a flag criticizing the club. Coach Lee, who expressed his intention to take responsibility if the results were not good in April, said after the Gangwon match, “I have some shortcomings, but I am working hard to improve and share my thoughts with the players. (Responsibility) is something that I and the club will talk about,” he emphasized.

On the other hand, Suwon, who needs one win, will meet leader Ulsan Hyundai, who is running for five consecutive wins in the sixth round.

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