[GOAL LIVE] Manager Kim Tae-wan, “You can’t lose 4 games in a row with Suwon FC… The hidden card is Kwon Chang-hoon”

[골닷컴, 수원] Reporter Kang Dong-hoon = Pro football K League 1 Sangmu Kim was weak when he only met Suwon FC this season. 3 out of 3 losses. That’s why I’m more motivated today than ever before. Manager Kim Tae-wan (51) said, “It’s impossible to lose 4 games in a row against Suwon FC.”

Gimcheon will play Hanawon Q K League 1 2022 Round 34 away game against Suwon FC at 4:30 pm on the 2nd at Suwon Sports Complex. Currently, Gimcheon is in 10th place (8 wins, 10 draws, 15 losses, 34 points), while Suwon FC is in 7th place (12 wins, 8 draws, 13 losses, 44 points).

Kim Cheon changed the mood by defeating Incheon United in the last round and entered the final round. However, the first opponent is Suwon FC, which has never been defeated in three matches this season. It’s a difficult opponent, but as desperate as he is to escape the relegation zone, he sets out to win with a strong spirit of ‘invincibility’.

Before the game, coach Kim said, “You can’t lose 4 consecutive games against Suwon FC. Other games are important, but today is the most important, so I prepared well. I think it’ll be fine if we get a win.” I will do my best,” he said.

He added, “We said we should do what we can do well. We said that we should show our individual abilities more and come together as a team. It is Daegu FC right above the leaderboard, but rather than that, we emphasized that we should look at FC Seoul and try to win.”

Kim Cheon met Suwon FC three times this season and lost all by one goal difference. Coach Kim said, “It’s particularly weak to the Suwon team, but it doesn’t go well. It’s better to lose 3-0, but if you lose by one goal, the damage is actually bigger. The players get more stress there,” said Kim. I have a lot of regrets, and even after the game, I regretted it a lot,” he said.

With the recent arrival of new recruits, the organization has gradually improved and the performance has improved. Regarding this, coach Kim said, “The veterans did a good job last year. Before I was discharged, my condition or performance seemed to have deteriorated for various reasons.” “The atmosphere was renewed as new recruits joined. Everyone is working hard, especially the balance without being biased in one place has improved,” he pointed out.

Kwon Chang-hoon (28) starts from the bench. Manager Kim said, “I think there must be a hidden card that can turn the tide in the second half. There must be a player who can come in as a substitute and solve it.” “I hope Chang-hoon or (Kim) Kyung-min do it today. Chang-hoon will score. No, but I think we will do our best in the last five games.”

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