Gimcheon Managing Director Jeong Jeong-yong continues the battle for the lead by taking on Gimpo FC. They changed their performance through substitutions in the second half and earned 3 points.
Gimcheon won 2-0 in the Hana One Q K League 2 2023 Round 37 home game against Gimpo FC held at Gimcheon Sports Complex at 6:30 pm on the 29th. Gimcheon maintained the gap with leader Busan I’Park with 67 points (21 wins, 4 draws, 9 losses).
After the game, Coach Jeong Jeong-yong said, “The players played calmly until the end. As a director, I congratulate you on the results. “I hope the next game will help us get promoted,” he said.
Gimcheon, who struggled with Gimpo’s defense in the first half, immediately made changes through substitution in the second half. Coach Jeong Jeong-yong said, “I expected the opponent to use 3 backs. As the midfielders were caught, it was not released. “He should have been released to the side, but there was more blocking than expected, so it was good to bring in Kim Min-jun.”
After this game, Gimcheon leaves for an expedition to Gyeongnam. Coach Jeong Jeong-yong said, “I think we passed a critical point today, but now the players really need to catch up mentally. The Gyeongnam match is not easy. “It’s something we have to solve, and considering the current atmosphere and expectations, if we keep our mental strength, we will be able to win,” he said confidently.
We achieved our first win against Gimpo this season토토사이트. Coach Jeong Jeong-yong, who said before the game that a total loss against Gimpo would never be possible, put an end to the weakness. Coach Jeong Jeong-yong said, “I was not there in the first game, and I rotated in the second game. Losing three times is not acceptable. “I think it ended well because it hurt my pride,” he said.
Coach Jeong Jeong-yong said about the opponents against Busan, “Jeonnam and Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province are both teams with playoffs on the line. Actually, I watched the Busan game today and I don’t think it will be easy. He predicted a decisive match, saying, “The Gyeongnam match is not easy, so it depends on who prepares and focuses more.”