‘Inevitable Kim Byung-soo Derby’ Gangwon vs Suwon starting lineup announced
Do you narrow or widen the victory point gap, or do you want to widen it together? The two teams met on a single wooden bridge between Gangwon and Suwon Samsung.
Gangwon FC and Suwon Samsung Bluewings will face off in the 13th round of Hanawon Q K League 1 2023 at 7:00 pm on the 3rd at the main stadium of Chuncheon Songam Sports Town. Both teams are expected to be fiercer than ever as it is a game that must be caught to raise the stagnant atmosphere.
The home team, Gangwon, is in 11th place with 2 wins, 4 draws, 6 losses and 10 points. The gap with 12th place Suwon Samsung (1 win, 2 draws, 9 losses, 5 points) is 5 points, and the gap with remaining 9th place Jeonbuk (4 wins, 2 draws, 6 losses, 14 points) is 4 points. If you win this game, you can put your name on the remaining rights, but if you lose, you have to worry about falling to the bottom.
The case of away team Suwon Samsung is even worse. There is currently no team under Suwon Samsung. With 1 win, 2 draws, 9 losses, and 5 points, they are at the bottom of the table. On Children’s Day, they captured Incheon for the first time in the season and tried to turn the atmosphere around, but in the weekday match against Jeonbuk, they were unable to use their hands and suffered a 0-3 complete loss, and the atmosphere was hardly raised. This is why the fierce battle between the two teams, which have to step on each other and rise above, is expected.
Moreover, the game on this day is expected to unfold as ‘Kim Byung-soo Derby’, so a hot game is predicted. Manager Kim Byeong-soo, who took the helm at Gangwon in mid-2018 and held the helm until 2021, had to put down the helm in mid-2021 due to poor grades and unsavory affairs. His successor is the current head coach Choi Yong-soo.
Coach Kim Byung-soo, who has been a savage for a while after stepping down from his position as manager of Gangwon, is appointed as a firefighter for Suwon Samsung, which is in crisis, and must continue the unavoidable fight against his former team. This is why coach Kim Byung-soo, who clearly grasped Suwon’s current address in the last Jeonbuk match, is paying attention to how he will play against his parents Gangwon, who knows him well.
In Gangwon, Kim Yeong-bin, Lee Woong-hee, and Yoon Seok-yeong are in the back line, and Lim Chang-woo, Seo Min-woo, Han Kook-young, Jung Seung-yong, and Kim Dae-won are in charge of the midfield. Hyunjun Yang and Dino aim for Suwon’s goal. In the last game against Ulsan, Hwang Moon-ki was removed, Kim Dae-won was replaced, Park Sang-hyuk was removed, and Dino was replaced, but the starting lineup was similar. Goalkeeper Yoo Sang-hoon puts on his gloves.토토사이트
Lee Gwang-yeon, Kim Jin-ho, Kim Woo-seok, Kim Dae-woo, Park Sang-hyuk, Hwang Moon-gi, and Gallego wait on the bench. Lee Jeong-hyeop, who was expected to return from the beginning, is not expected to participate in the game that day.
Suwon Samsung made changes to the midfield and attack compared to the previous Jeonbuk match. Lee Ki-je, Park Dae-won, Han Ho-gang, and Jang Ho-ik are in the back line, Yu Je-ho, Han Seok-jong and Ko Seung-beom are in the midfield, and Yeom Ki-hun, An Byeong-jun, and Son Ho-jun are aiming for Gangwon’s goal.
The return of Koh Seung-beom, who had been out of the line for a while after his injury, and Yeom Ki-hoon’s starting appearance in the attacking line stand out. Goalkeeper Yang Hyeong-mo wore gloves. The return of Jeong Seung-won is also noticeable on the bench list. Lee Seong-joo, Ko Myeong-seok, Lee Jong-seong, Ryu Seung-woo, Kim Bo-kyung, and Lee Sang-min wait for the sortie.