The Goal is Happy Soccer Away Team Graveyard

 Coach Kim Hak-beom, who took office as the 17th head coach of Jeju United

declared that he would make Jeju a strong home team in 2024.

Coach Kim attended the inauguration press conference held at the Jeju United clubhouse on the 10th and shared his thoughts and resolutions for the future.

Previously, on the 5th of last month, Jeju appointed veteran coach Kim Hak-beom 온라인카지노

who led Korean soccer to the gold medal in the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games and the 2020 Thailand Under-23 (U-23) Asian Cup (Olympic Final Qualification) victory, as the 17th head coach. It was officially announced that it was done.

Jeju has been leading the team in September of last year, after former coach Nam Ki-il resigned due to poor performance, leaving head coach Jeong Jo-guk as acting head coach.

However, as there was no significant rebound under Coach Jeong’s regime 토토사이트

the team began looking for a new coach with experience, and announced the appointment of Coach Kim as soon as the season ended.

Coach Kim is considered one of the greatest captains of Korean soccer.

He is unrivaled by other leaders in strong and weak teams such as Seongnam Ilhwa (205~2008), Henan Jianye (China, 2010), Gangwon FC (2012~2013), Seongnam FC (2014~2016), and Gwangju FC (2017). I have had a variety of careers.

He is considered a coach who spared no effort in self-improvement during his time in the K League.

In 2006, he earned a doctorate in exercise physiology from his alma mater, Myongji University

becoming the first soccer player-turned-doctor in Korea.

During his break, he visited South America, Europe, and even Central America to read the trends of world soccer and to transplant advanced soccer.

His excellent team management and strategy earned him the nickname ‘Hak-beom Kim (Hak-beom Kim + Ferguson)’, a comparison to former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson. 메이저사이트

Coach Kim, who took a break after leading Korean soccer to the quarterfinals at the Tokyo Olympics three years ago

entered the K-League again as a firefighter to save Jeju from the crisis that fell to Final Group B (lower split) last year.

Coach Kim said at the press conference, “I’ve coached a lot of professional teams, and the trip to Jeju was really tricky and difficult.

When I looked at this team, their home winning percentage was too low.

Last year, as of the 33rd round, it was so low that they had 4 wins, 6 draws, and 6 losses.

So the most urgent task is to increase the home win rate. Then, I think fans will like it more and come visit more,

he said, laying out a blueprint to turn Jeju into a graveyard for away teams.

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