Suwon Samsung’s desperate perception of reality and fierce attitude come before confidence

“Ha ha, you can be confident. As the season goes by, you will find out how difficult it is to play in the second division.” A manager of K League 2 said this after hearing Yeom Ki-hoon, head coach of Suwon Samsung, said, “We won no loss.”

Ahead of the opening match against Asan in South Chungcheong Province, Yeom replied, “Honestly, I don’t think I’m going to lose at the moment. I want to be promoted without losing.” He also predicted curiously, saying, “I expected Jeon Jin-woo to win 5-0 (against Asan in South Chungcheong Province). I’m that confident.”

In Asan, South Chungcheong Province, Suwon won 2-1 after struggling. It narrowly won against a team that ranked 10th in the K-League 2 last year. Although one of them was sent off and was outnumbered, he is also part of the game. Moreover, Suwon could not outmaneuver its opponents until the sendoff occurred.

Suwon even experienced its first defeat in the second division in just two rounds. It lost 1-2 against Seoul E-Land on Thursday local time. Yeom’s wish to “get promoted without losing” was dashed after just a week.

This is the second division. Given that Suwon Samsung, which was ranked the lowest in the K League 1 last year, moved to the K League 2, it is premature and rash to predict that it will play the role of a “thug,” which is commonly referred to. It is wrong to think that Suwon, which was ranked the bottom in the first division last year, can completely overwhelm K League 2 teams with its capacity and performance. Just by looking at Busan I’Park, Jeonnam Dragons, Gyeongnam FC and Seongnam FC, which were demoted from the first division, one can see how difficult K League 2 is.

It is absurd to mention an unbeaten victory in such a league. In fact, Yeom’s remarks became quite a topic of conversation among professional soccer officials. “Even if Ulsan HD comes, it is difficult to win the second division without a loss.”

Desperation and fierce competition are the most necessary weapons in the second division. When a team faces off with players who are not as good as each other, their mental strength and attitude determine the outcome. Confidence and conceit are one-sided. Strong confidence can lead to complacency. You will likely develop a sense of self-complacency while making fun of and downplaying the opponent. Confidence is good, but you need a hard-headed perception of reality and a fierce fighting attitude.

“I don’t know how long Suwon’s confidence will last, but it is easy to think that way when it comes to its first start,” another K-League 2 coach said. If Yeom and Suwon players think so, it will help other teams that are seeking promotion. It’s not bad to be ignored.” 토토사이트

Many point out that one of the factors that Suwon has been relegated to the lower ranks over the past few years is Suwon’s unique “superiority.” Analysts say that the atmosphere of the squad and secretariat, which are trapped in the glory of the past of Suwon and cannot face reality, has led to the fall of the second division. Just because Suwon has a playing coach with no experience as a coach as its head coach is enough to be criticized for failing to properly grasp the difficulty of K League 2.

The season has just begun. There is a long way to go and there is ample room for Suwon to become better. From now on, we need to properly grasp the reality of the second division. Suwon’s future will be determined by its desperate and fierce preparation for each game, not its empty confidence. If there is nothing to feel even after losing the match against Seoul E-Land, Suwon’s life in the second division will inevitably open a path of hardship.