It is a terrible fate. Ulsan Hyundai is the natural enemy of Gangwon FC. More than 10 years have passed. Starting on July 15, 2012, Gangwon lost 24 consecutive games to Ulsan (4 draws and 20 losses). Gangwon coach Choi Yong-soo, who recorded four losses last season, declared that he would definitely overcome Ulsan this year. But the jinx continues. In his first meeting on March 5, he also took a knee 0-1. It’s a story that cracks pride, but Gangwon is Ulsan’s ‘victory vending machine’.

Ulsan and Gangwon will start the 2nd round robin together. The two teams will meet at the crossroads of consecutive wins and losses at 7:00 pm on the 9th at the Ulsan World Cup Stadium. It is the 12th round of ‘Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023’.

The momentum카지노사이트 of the defending champion, Ulsan, continues to rise year after year. With 9 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss, 28 points, they established a solo system early on. The difference between FC Seoul (20 points, 6 wins, 2 draws and 3 losses) in second place widened to 8 points. After 6 consecutive victories, Ulsan took a breather for a while and is on the cusp of 3 victories again. We challenge Gangwon for a 4-game winning streak.

There is no flaw in air defense. Ulsan boasts a solid balance with the most goals (22 goals) and the least goals (9 goals). What is more encouraging is the diversification of attack options. Following Joo Min-gyu, Rubikson (5 goals – 1 assist), Bakko (3 goals), Eom Won-sang (2 goals – 2 assists), and Martin Adam (1 goal – 2 assists), ‘U-22 (22 years old) from youth Hereafter) ‘Card’ Hwang Jae-hwan put on a ‘surprise show’ scoring two goals against Daegu FC (3-0 win) on Children’s Day on the 5th.

On the other hand, Gangwon’s winning streak ended at ‘2’ on the 6th. In the away game against Suwon FC, they were drawn 0-1 and had a chance to have a numerical advantage, but rather gave up one more goal and lost 0-2. Gangwon is in 11th place with 10 points (2 wins, 4 draws and 5 losses).

The physical part is the biggest concern. Gangwon, where the clubhouse is located in Gangneung, is geographically the most distant. In addition, home is also ‘away’. In the first half, Chuncheon is used as the home stadium, so it moves to the same routine as away games. Last week, the FA Cup, which was postponed due to the forest fire in Gangneung, was belatedly played, and it is a series of murderous schedules. We have to end our losing streak against ‘absolute first round’ Ulsan, but the heavy steps are undeniable.

Seoul welcomed a splendid spring. During the same period last year, Seoul’s location was 7th. This season, he took second place and announced the revival of the famous family. Fans are dancing too. Seoul attracted 154,954 spectators in five matches held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium this season. The average number of spectators is 30,991. Among all professional sports clubs, Seoul is the only team with an average attendance of over 30,000.

Seoul calls Gwangju FC home at 7:30 p.m. It’s bad luck. In their first match against Gwangju this season, Seoul won 2-0 with numerical superiority. It was painful for Gwangju, and coach Lee Jeong-hyo’s remarks, saying, “I am angry at losing to a team that plays soccer like that,” became a hot topic. Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo avoided a head-on collision, but the ‘remains’ were not erased. Gwangju, which had been doing well, is in a slump with a winless streak (2 draws and 2 losses) in the last 4 games. They are in 7th place with 14 points (4 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses).

Pohang Steelers (19 points, 5 wins, 4 draws, 2 losses), in desperate need of a turnaround, will face Daegu in the same time away. Pohang was the only undefeated team until the ninth round, but it has recently slowed down with two consecutive losses. Daegu, which is in 8th place with 13 points (3 wins, 4 draws, 4 losses), must also shake off the nightmare of the Ulsan game. Round 12 of the K League 1 will be held on the 9th and three more matches on the 10th.

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