Gwangju head coach Lee Jung-hyo “not looking at ACL” after third-place finish in promotion season

Gwangju FC head coach Lee Jung-hyo

Makes a tactical call during the professional soccer ‘2023 K League 1’ match between FC Seoul and

Gwangju FC at Seoul World Cup Stadium in Mapo-gu, Seoul, South Korea, 섯다 on Sept. 9.

Gwangju FC head coach Lee Jung-hyo, who has been making waves in the K League 1 this season, has

been coy about the possibility of playing in the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL) next season.

Gwangju will host FC Seoul in the 30th round of the Hana OneQ K League 2023 on Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Seoul World Cup Stadium.

Gwangju is in third place in the league (12W, 9D, 8L, 45 points), having recently picked up momentum by

beating Ulsan Hyundai. Gwangju, which won promotion from the K League 2 last year after finishing first,

고스톱 has been turning heads with its well-organized attacking football.

“First of all, we practiced a lot on defense,” said Lee, who recently used the A-Match Break to improve his

team’s organization for two weeks. “They have a lot of players who can score goals, so we focused on stopping them.”

However, Gwangju has faced Seoul twice in the league this season, losing both games. “At least we don’t

have Park Dong-jin (Busan), who scored two goals against us,” Lee smiled.

Park Dong-jin was loaned to Busan I-Park in the summer transfer market.

Based on their recent form, Gwangju could easily finish high enough to qualify for the ACL next season.

“We’re not at that stage yet,” Lee said, emphasizing that the team is only focused on today’s game.

Acting FC Seoul head coach Kim Jin-gyu

Looks on during the professional soccer ‘2023 Hana One Q’ K

League 1 25th round match between FC Seoul and Ulsan Hyundai at Seoul World Cup Stadium in Mapo-

gu, Seoul, South Korea, 카지노사이트랭크 on Aug. 27.

Acting FC Seoul head coach Kim Jin-kyu, who will take on Gwangju, attended a Class P license coaching

training in Barcelona, Spain, during the A-match break.

It was a tight schedule, as he left on the 8th and arrived on the 15th. “I’m still jetlagged,” Kim laughed,

“but I didn’t have any anxiety because I trusted my staff. I watched the players train in real time.”

“It was tough, but it was a time to learn a lot,” said Kim, who had a grueling schedule, adding, “Espanyol

was good defensively. It was impressive to see how well organized Barcelona is offensively, from the youth to the adult teams.”

Kim emphasized that the team would not back down against the attacking-minded Gwangju.

“Coach Lee Jung-hyo’s style is high-pressing, and we will do the same. We will give our fans pleasure and

play exciting soccer,” he said, vowing to win. 고스톱

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