“Down with Ulsan” Director Choi Yong-soo, this year he made a promise to ‘take revenge’
Gangwon FC coach Choi Yong-soo (49) has the same mindset that he will win against his natural enemy, Ulsan Hyundai. He has not won for a long time throughout the club’s history, and especially since he lost all four matches last year, he vowed to take revenge.
Coach Choi attended the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2022 Opening Media Day (hereinafter referred to as Media Day) at The-K Hotel located in Yangjae-dong, Seoul at 2:00 pm on the 20th and said, “The goal is to win against Ulsan. We will definitely prepare to win.” he said.
Previously, coach Choi attended the 2023 K-League winter battery training media camp held at the Songjeong Hotel in Busan on the 10th and said, “I want to win against Ulsan this year.” shouted
Coach Choi wants to win against Ulsan for a reason. This is because since Gangwon was founded in 2008 and participated in the K-League the following year, it has only won 2 wins in all competitions. 스포츠토토 It is overwhelmingly inferior in recent opponents to the extent that the last victory has to go back to 2012, 11 years ago.
In particular, in October of last year, I suffered bitter pain. Gangwon lost 1-2 at home and had to watch Ulsan win the championship for the first time in 17 years. It was a scene that could not but hurt one’s self-esteem. So this season, I set a goal to break the jinx at the same time as revenge.
Coach Choi said, “Our goal this season is to win against Ulsan. Last season, we lost 4 out of 4 matches. This is a jinx we can never accept.” told
He said, “Last season, I made good grades by reaching Final Round A, but it was possible because of the passionate support of Narsha (Gangwon FC official supporters) and the people of Gangwon-do.” “I think this season will be a very difficult year. I will go back to the beginning and take on a challenge. I will do my best to make fans feel moved and happy.”