Last weekend, Chungbuk Cheongju FC succeeded in rebounding by winning their first two consecutive wins.
With a stable defense and the performance of the candidate player,
attention is focused on whether Chungbuk Cheongju FC can achieve a 3-game winning streak this coming Sunday.
Last weekend, Chungbuk Cheongju FC defeated Ansan 3-0, winning their first two games in a row.
Jang Hyuk-jin, who recorded only three assists in this game, was selected as the K-League 2 Round 13 MVP, and
Hong Won-jin scored two goals in a row and led the team to two consecutive victories.
<Interview> Hong Won-jin/Chungbuk Cheongju FC
“First of all, I am very happy to score a goal, but it seems that I was able to score it fortunately because I did not do it alone but as a team.”
The rebound started with defense.
Chungbuk Cheongju recorded 1 draw and 4 losses last month.
In contrast to scoring two goals in five games, he gave up a whopping 14 goals, showing a disappointing performance, but
in May, he conceded only one goal and his offensive power revived.
Park Dae-han, who recently pushed out captain Ryu Won-woo to play, is showing peak defense by conceding only three goals in five matches.
<Interview> Park Dae-han/Chungbuk Cheongju FC goalkeeper
“I think there was a good result because our teammates did not hesitate to prevent the players from conceding from the front while using our tactics of first defense and back attack.”
As manager Choi Yoon-gyeom announced that he would expand the range of players, the fierce competition for starting players is also creating a synergistic effect.
Players such as goalkeeper Park Dae-han, Lee Min-hyung and Lee Jung-taek, who have not had many chances to play, are also playing an active part in the game.
<Interview> Choi Yun-gyeom/Chungbuk Cheongju FC coach
“As the composition was centered around young players with strong fighting power and players who showed responsible performance in defense, a lot of changes occurred. Under such circumstances, I gained competitiveness again…”
Chungbuk Cheongju FC, which finished in 11th place with two consecutive victories, has 12 points.
They are only 2 points apart from the 8th place.
Chungbuk Cheongju FC is on an expedition against Kim Cheon, who is second in the league at 6:30 on Sunday evening, and
is interested in whether they can continue their upward trend with their first three consecutive wins.