Returning Kim Jin-soo, “Jeonbuk, if you go down further, you will perish”
“If you go further down, you will perish토토사이트.”
Kim Jin-soo (31), who will hold the center of Jeonbuk Hyundai, has returned. Jeonbuk’s core and veteran Kim Jin-soo calmly pointed out the team’s situation.
Kim Jin-soo, who suffered a lumbar fracture injury in an A match against Colombia in March, started his first real match in two months in the K-League 1 round 13 match against Incheon United on the 14th. Saying, “I’m glad I came back sooner than I thought,” he showed light movements against Incheon.
Maeng Seong-woong, who played as left fullback, was injured 8 minutes into the game, and Kim Jin-soo, who had just returned from injury, was put in. In the first place, there was a high possibility that he would be put in late in the second half for a sense of real combat. Kim Jin-soo, who stepped on the pitch early, threatened the Incheon goal with his signature sharp left-footed kick. Although the team drew without scoring, he had a successful comeback, showing off a tough defense from the back.
Kim Jin-soo, who we met in the mixed zone after the game, said, “I exercised because the pain went away without having to take a CT (computed tomography) again. He said that when he took the last shot about two weeks ago, his bones had not yet attached, but he exercised because he had no pain.” Although his body is not in good condition, he has returned early.
Jeonbuk was also considered the strongest candidate for the championship this season. This is because a large number of top league players such as Amano Jun, Lee Dong-jun, and Jeong Tae-wook were transfused. However, it was shaken from the beginning of the season, and an appearance unlike Jeonbuk continued. In the end, the head coach Kim Sang-sik voluntarily laid down the baton on the 4th. This happened during two months when Kim Jin-soo was out due to an injury.
Kim Jin-soo said, “I felt a sense of responsibility because the team I belonged to was sluggish. Every time I thought it was important, I was hurt a lot.” “Even when I couldn’t play, I tried to help the players. So I followed the FC Seoul expedition,” he said.
Jeonbuk’s situation is still not easy. They went undefeated in their last 3 matches (1 win, 2 draws), but are still in 8th place. We have a long way to go to leap to the top. It may be difficult to expect a rebound right away as the injured key players are just joining the squad.
So, Jeonbuk is even more pleased with the return of Kim Jin-soo, who will hold the center of the team and contribute to its strength. Kim Jin-soo played a key role in offense and defense, scoring 2 goals and 3 assists in 31 K-League 1 matches last year. Immediately at the end of June, the lease contract with Jeonbuk ends and he has to return to his original team, Al Nasr, but there is a high possibility that he will become Jeonbuk’s savior for the time being.
Kim Jin-soo said, “What is certain is that both we and director (Kim Sang-sik) trusted each other. However, the players could not show everything on the ground. If it goes down further than now, in a word, I think it will be ‘ruined’,” he said. “The current rankings are talking about the current situation. Of course I want to go up and I want to win. I think it will get better as time goes on.”