Abnormal air currents are being detected in Jeonbuk Hyundai. 소닉카지노 While they are not getting results, their performance is not picking up at all.

Jeonbuk has been struggling with no wins, 3 draws, and 2 losses in the last 5 K League 1 games. They only have 3 points from 5 games. However, considering that since taking office as coach Petrescu, he has taken advantage of the situation regardless of the content of the game, it is clearly a worrisome situation.

Jeonbuk suffered a 1-3 defeat to Gangwon FC, which was in last place, in the 30th round match held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 16th. It was a two-goal difference, but looking at the content of the game, it would not have been surprising if more goals were allowed. Jeonbuk allowed Gangwon a whopping 18 shots. In particular, they gave up 13 times in the first half. If Gangwon’s goal-making ability had been a little better, the score could have been close to a ‘disaster’. In the second half, they launched a counterattack using Moon Seon-min, but were defeated in a close game in bad weather and failed to score a point. The loss on this day is even more painful for Jeonbuk in that they were overwhelmed in terms of performance by the last place team in the league.

What is more important than the result is the performance and content. Recently, Jeonbuk rarely plays threatening games. Although he has finished his short ‘honeymoon’ with coach Petrescu, he has not yet been able to properly show his true colors. At the time of his inauguration, “The most important thing is the result. Team style doesn’t matter. The result is more important than the process of how to win. “My only goal is to win,” he said, but he is not focused on style or results. Rather, it looks worse in all aspects, including game content and results, than during the time of former acting manager Kim Doo-hyun.

The impact of five people being selected to the Asian Games national team, including Park Jae-yong, Baek Seung-ho, Song Min-gyu, Park Jin-seop, and Kim Jeong-hoon, cannot be ignored. A power leak is inevitable because many of the team’s core players have left the team, both offense and defense. Assuming that the Asian Games national team makes it to the finals, they will be away for about three more weeks.

Looking at the recent atmosphere, Jeonbuk seems to have to worry about the group stage of the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL). Jeonbuk received the easiest bracket among the K League 1 teams participating in the competition. They entered Group F with Southeast Asian teams including Bangkok United (Thailand), Lion City (Singapore), and Kitchee (Hong Kong). They were fortunate enough to be optimistic about passing the group stage while avoiding all difficult opponents from East Asia such as Japan, China, and Australia.

From Jeonbuk’s perspective, the first game of the group stage against Kitchi held at home on the 20th has become important. You need to capture the content along with the results. It is unthinkable for Jeonbuk to not be able to overpower an opponent who is close to the weakest player in the group at home. If we do not win this game, the depressed atmosphere will inevitably sink uncontrollably.

Jeonbuk is currently in a position where they cannot be sure of advancing to Final A. After turning the atmosphere around through the Kitchie game, they have to go to K-League 1 on the weekend to catch the trend. Jeonbuk’s opponent in the 31st round of K League 1 is Gwangju FC, which has the best momentum in the league recently. If the winless period becomes too long, we could end up in a real crisis at the end of the season.

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