5 consecutive losses are really dangerous…Gwangju seeks to turn the atmosphere around with Jeonbuk’s offering of “no wins + coach vacancy.”

Gwangju FC will play a seventh round match of Hana Bank K League 1 2024 against Jeonbuk Hyundai at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 13th. Gwangju had two consecutive wins by beating FC Seoul and Gangwon FC after the season’s opening, before falling into a swamp of four consecutive losses. Starting with the match against the Pohang Steelers, the team lost to Daegu FC, Incheon United, and Gimcheon Sangmu.

Last year, Gwangju had two consecutive losses. It also had no win in seven games (three draws and four losses). However, it never faltered without earning a single point in four games. That was the secret of making a big splash by ranking third.

The crisis came relatively early this season. Until the season’s two consecutive wins after the opening, last year’s gusts seemed to become typhoons and swallow the K-League, but the initial pace dropped sharply.

The problem is the defense. Gwangju has maintained the same style of offense, completeness and unique style as last year, but it is having a difficult time due to the back door being shaken. In this season, Gwangju lost goals in all five games except the opening game. During this period alone, it allowed a whopping 10 goals. In other words, it allowed two goals per game. Considering that he allowed 35 goals in 38 games last year, it is notable that his defense has weakened. The departure of defensive midfielder Lee Soon-min, center back Aron, and Timo seems to have led to weakening of his defense. Manager Lee Jung-hyo is agonizing over this point most.

Jeonbuk, the opponent team in the seventh round, is the only team that has no win in the K-League 1. However, Coach Petrescu only showed weak leadership, in which he could not even control the team due to his senseless and odorless tactics, before resigning in less than a year. He also lost at his home game at the last match against Gangwon Province, which he played without a coach. Now, before reorganizing his team, is a golden opportunity for Gwangju to seek victory. 파워볼실시간

If Gwangju loses five consecutive games, the atmosphere in Gwangju could get out of control. Only when Gwangju wins before collapsing further, it can change the heavy air and play soccer with confidence of its own.

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