Incheon United coach Cho Seong-hwan, who fell into the relegation zone after the first consecutive loss of the season, expressed his frustration.

Incheon will face Jeonbuk Hyundai and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 13 at the Incheon Soccer Stadium on the 14th at 4:30 pm. 

Incheon, which fell behind in 10th place (3 wins, 3 draws, 6 losses, 12 points), will try to escape its losing streak against Jeonbuk (4 wins, 2 draws, 6 losses, 14 points), which has succeeded in rebounding. 

Coach Cho Seong-hwan met with reporters before the game and said, “Our fans continued to expect at the beginning of the season, but as it is today’s home game, we will do our best to play a good game and collect points through tactical changes.” revealed

Incheon suffered its first consecutive loss of the season during the last Jeju expedition, and the atmosphere has subsided a lot. Coach Cho said, “This is the first time I’ve lost a season in a row. At the beginning of the season, I asked to make a season without such a losing streak, but somehow, the content, the result, or the disappearance of a goal can cause the players to feel a sense of loss.”

At the same time, he added, “I hope it will be a game where experienced players take center stage and the atmosphere of the team ‘Let’s try’ is united.” 메이저사이트

Recently, Incheon continues to try tactical changes. Incheon, which prepared 3-4-3 during winter training, is seeking solutions such as switching to 3-5-2 or back 4, but it is not an easy situation. 

Director Jo is equally frustrated. He said, “Everything doesn’t go as I want, as if I was controlling it with a remote control, but I wanted to make use of the strengths of each player, and that led to performance and results. This is a part that was tailored to the characteristics of the players. So today, Ji-hwan Moon, Myeong-ju Lee, and Jin-ho Shin I came out with a combination,” he replied. 

The combination of Shin Jin-ho and Lee Myung-joo is not producing as much synergy as expected. When asked what points he ordered for the game that day, coach Cho said, “We had difficulties on both sides of the air and defense because we lacked the number of midfielders. I wanted the wingbacks to release more games for that part, but the burden seems to have been added to the midfield.” “Today, in terms of numbers, we will put our weight in midfield, take possession and possession of the ball, and take a lot of times entering the final third area,” he said.

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