Gimcheon Sangmu aims for a win against Seongnam FC on the road
Gimcheon Sangmu will host Seongnam FC in a Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 32R away match at Tancheon Sports Complex at 7:30 p.m. on May 19. Gimcheon, who had a two-week break after the last two home games until the 31st round break, is determined to win against Seongnam by refining its lineup.
□ Break the away winless streak and regain first place!
On July 19, Gimcheon lost the top spot it had held for about 50 days to Busan. While Gimcheon faltered in the previous round with a draw against Chungbuk Cheongju, Busan racked up points and took the lead. This came at the expense of mid- and lower-tier teams that could have widened the gap. Second-place Gimcheon must beat ninth-place Seongnam to take three points.
The problem is their away winless streak. Gimcheon has been particularly weak on the road lately, losing three straight games against Anyang, Jeonnam, and Busan. This time, however, Gimcheon has the advantage. Seongnam, who will be playing again in three days after their match on Saturday the 16th, will be at a physical disadvantage. Gimcheon, on the other hand, had five days of training after the break to freshen up. This is why Gimcheon is going all out against Seongnam at a time when the promotion war is in full swing.
□ First game without Cho Young-wook, gumption without him
Gimcheon’s recent succession of call-ups from the A national team to the Olympic and Asian Games squads has been a mixed bag. Goalkeeper Kim Jun-hong was named to the national team for the first time in his career, while Kang Hyun-mook and Shin Song-hoon were named to the Olympic team. Cho Young-wook will be away for a month as he competes in the Hangzhou Asian Games.메이저사이트
Without Jo Young-wook, Gimcheon’s leading goal scorer in the K League 2, Gimcheon will have to rely on a number of substitutes to find the back of the net for Seongnam. They have a variety of options, including strikers Lee Dong-min, Lee Young-joon, and Kim Min-joon. Aside from Cho Young-wook, the team also has four players with four or more goals, including Kim Min-joon, Kim Jin-gyu, and Lee Jun-seok. In recent matches, Choi Byung-chan, Kim Jae-woo, Politician, and Won Doo-jae have also found the back of the net.
Gimcheon will look to utilize their multiple scoring avenues to secure a win against Seongnam.