Kangwon will host Suwon FC in the 19th round of the Hana OneQ K League 1 2023 on Friday at Suwon Sports Complex under new head coach Yoon Jeong-hwan.

Yoon, who last managed Ulsan Hyundai in 2016, is making his debut as head coach of Gangwon, marking his return to the K League after more than seven years.

Gangwon (2W, 6D, 10L, 12P) is 11th out of 12 teams in the K League 1 and has gone eight games without a win, including two straight defeats.

Goals scored is the worst among the 12 teams in the K League 1. Through 18 games this season, they have scored 11 goals and conceded 23. The 12th-ranked Suwon Samsung has scored 16 goals.

Yoon has been working his players hard during the A-Match break, emphasizing aggressive pressing and creating attacking opportunities.

In an effort to energize the team, Yoon will start midfielder Lee Seung-won, who won the FIFA U-20 World Cup Bronze Ball at the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup, against Suwon.

Yoon expects the attacking midfielder to provide support for striker Yoon Il-rok, who was recently brought in on loan from Ulsan.

With last-place Suwon Samsung hosting third-place FC Seoul in a supermatch on Sept. 24, a loss for Gangwon and a win for Suwon could drop them to 12th place.카지노사이트

Even if they lose and Suwon wins, Suwon’s huge lead in goal difference means they will fall to the bottom of the table, so a win is the only solution.

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