Escape from the ‘swamp of no win’ after the opening Special order to verify leadership in Seoul E-Land and Gangwon,
such as ball possession and passing through numerical superiority, ‘Byungsoo Ball’ leading up to the revival of a prestigious family Suwon Samsung, a professional soccer player who has not yet won a victory in the 2023 season, with ‘Byungsoo Ball’ prepare for a comeback On the 4th, Suwon officially announced that it had “appointed coach Kim Byung-soo (53) as the 8th head coach.” The contract period is until December 2024. New manager Kim said through the club, “I had a lot of trouble after receiving the club’s proposal. It’s a big challenge for me,” he said. “It’s a difficult situation, but I believe that if everyone gathers their hearts and does their best, Suwon will become special again. I will do my best with courage.” Suwon, a prestigious team in the K League 1, is facing a serious crisis this season. In a situation where the power was evaluated as not good from the start of the season, it was the beginning of the season, but it was currently in the lowest place (2 points) among the 12 teams in the league. On the 17th of last month, Suwon fired head coach Lee Byung-geun, taking responsibility for poor performance, and led the team with head coach Choi Seong-yong acting as an agent. However, even the ‘dramatic drug prescription’ of replacing the manager did not change the team atmosphere. Suwon hurried to appoint the next command tower as they failed to get out of the swamp without a win for the 10th game (2 draws and 8 losses) since the opening.
Suwon selected new manager메이저사이트 Kim as the right person after evaluating the football philosophy based on his own playing style, team communication, and game response as the condition of the next manager. Although he was called a genius during his time as a player, he did not see much light due to the aftermath of an injury he suffered in high school, but he transformed into a leader and was recognized for his leadership by winning many championships as the coach of Yeungnam University and fostering a number of top players in the K-League. In the K-League, he has experience leading Seoul E-Land in 2017 and Gangwon FC from August 2019 to November 2021. During his time in Gangwon, he created a new wind with his game tactics based on ball possession and passing through numerical superiority in space, earning the nickname ‘Byeongsu Ball’.
Coach Kim will make his debut in a home game against Jeonbuk Hyundai on the 10th. Suwon said, “Coach Kim will watch the away game against Incheon United on the 5th and start training from the 7th.”