‘Frontball OUT’… The current address of Suwon Samsung, a deep-rooted black history ing ‘last place
Former Gangwon FC coach Kim Byung-soo was rushed into the ‘Firefighter’, but there is an unchanging voice for Suwon Samsung. Even if you beat ‘front football’, the cry still exists. It was Suwon’s own fault토토사이트.
Suwon played Jeonbuk Hyundai and Hana One Q K League 1 2023 Round 12 at Suwon World Cup Stadium at 7:30 pm on the 10th and lost 0-3.
This match was the debut match of new manager Kim Byung-soo.
Suwon sacked manager Lee Byeong-geun on the 17th of last month and appointed manager Kim Byung-soo on the 4th of this month. When searching for a manager, Suwon entrusted senior coach Choi Seong-yong with the temporary helm for four games (1 win, 3 losses).
Suwon, who struggled without a win in 10 games after the opening, finally won their first win of the season in an away game against Incheon United (Suwon 1-0) on the 5th under Choi Seong-yong’s acting system.
Although Suwon failed to carry on the victorious spirit of Incheon against Jeonbuk, the appointment of coach Kim Byung-soo on this day had some effect. However, off the field. Unlike before he came to Suwon, a lot of negative things have disappeared from the cheering seats.
Previously, on the 30th of last month, when Suwon called Daegu FC home and played a league game, the spectators shouted, “The bottom performance is due to the bottom management,” and “fronts, coaches, and players without ambition, get out immediately.” Suwon always refuses to be third-rate,’ and ‘supporters want communication’.
At the same time as awakening the spirits of Suwon players, the fans’ anger that the incompetence of the club management was also working in the sluggish performance was melted. At that time, Suwon, who lost 0-1 to Daegu and fell into a swamp without a win for the 10th game, further angered the fans.
It was not easy to find a negative story in the home game that was played for the first time after the match against Daegu. It can be seen as the aftermath of fans’ anger and expectations for manager Kim Byeong-soo, who had finally won their first win of the season in the previous Incheon expedition.
However, there was one gag that stood out. The ‘Byungsoo Ball IN Front Ball OUT’ hanging that shoots Suwon’s ‘front’ was fluttering in front of the Suwon home fan cheering seat for 90 minutes.
‘Byeongsoo Ball’ is a modifier attached to director Kim Byungsoo. Coach Kim Byung-soo, who used a tactic of increasing the ball possession time in the opponent’s camp and pursuing a passing play in which everyone except the center back participated in the attack so as not to be pushed back in a number fight, is called ‘Byeong-soo Ball’.
The song ‘Byungsoo Ball IN’ in the song contains the wishes of fans who want coach Kim Byeongsoo to save Suwon, which is currently in the bottom of the crisis of relegation. On the other hand, the phrase ‘Front OUT’ has a strong character of sniping the ‘Front Division’ that actually drove Suwon all the way to Ji-Kyung Lee.
Even before the appointment of coach Kim Byeong-soo, Suwon soccer was known as ‘front football’.
Suwon had a very strong atmosphere of bringing in a manager from the club who was easy to deal with under the guise of serving the ‘club legend’ coach with utmost care. If the coaches who thought they were in the palm of their hands failed to produce results, Suwon often changed the head coach. In fact, Suwon has fired three coaches for about five years. It is said that the position of manager of a club used to change according to the taste of the front desk. During the transfer market, it is a well-known fact that the thoughts of the front desk played a bigger role than the director’s intentions in Suwon.
In this situation, the appearance of manager Kim Byeong-soo, who is not from the Suwon club, as an ‘outsider’, the fans’ anger has changed to some extent with expectations. However, while the manager has changed several times, the fans’ deplorable mind toward the ‘front division’ remains the same. The ‘Byungsoo Ball IN Front Ball OUT’ hanging says everything.