Gangwon FC coach Yoon Jung-hwan gave a passing point to defender Cho Hyun-tae, who was born in 2004, in his debut match. Coach Yoon’s Gangwon lost 0-1 after struggling in the 29th round of the K League 1 Daegu FC away game at DGB Daegu Bank Park at 7:30 p.m. on the 1st. He was shaken by giving up the first goal to Cesinha in the 13th minute of the first half. Foreign strikers such as Gabriel, Wellington and Gallego struggled, but only one of the seven shots in the first and second half was effective. This time, he continued to regret the “finish” that coach Yoon had pointed out. 스포츠토토
At a press conference after the game, coach Yoon said, “I was heartbroken to see the supporters who came all the way to cheer me up.” “There was a creaking in the first half of the injury. The team was shaken by the early loss. “The players worked hard until the end, but I have nothing to say,” he said. “I will prepare well for two weeks. I think I have to do well for the rest of the game,” he added.
“The players did their best, but there was a part where the connection was not good when the ball went in,” he expressed regret. “There is a difficulty because the right sideback is not in his position. Kim Dae-won and Wellington were fast, but they were somewhat behind the opponent’s power. The players tried hard to connect, but they couldn’t solve the attack clue. “It’s too bad to finish,” he said.
Coach Yoon threw a bold game in which defender Cho Hyun-tae, born in 2004, was put in place of Kang Doo-ji, who was injured at the start of the second half of the day. In response, head coach Yoon said, “I couldn’t help it because two center backs had to go out,” adding, “Cho Hyun-tae is young, but today’s game alone was better than his seniors.” “I’m a 19-year-old player, but I showed a good performance in the 45th minute of the second half. He is a player who has been paying attention since training. The competition scene with Edgar and the cover play were good. “I think it will be a good resource if I gain experience,” he said.