Gangwon FC coach Choi Yong-soo, who has been competing on the K-League stage for a long time, looked into the ‘Bomak (bus blocking) situation’ that is happening all over the place recently.

Suwon Samsung drew 1-1 with Gangwon in the 5th round of ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ held at Suwon World Cup Stadium at 4:30 pm on the 2nd. With the draw, Suwon (2 points) is in 11th place.

Ahead of the game, ‘Frente Tricolo (Suwon Supporters)’ declared a cheering boycott. Through the SNS channel, the group said, “For the Gangwon match on April 2nd at Big Bird, there will be no support at the level of Frente tricolor. Not only that, but supporters are also members of this club. I hope it will be an opportunity to look back on ourselves.”

The ‘Bumak Protest’ that took place after the match against Daejeon Hana Citizen in the last round (1-3 loss) led to a ‘cheering boycott’. In fact, on this day, Big Bird was held in the same atmosphere as Gangwon Home, not Suwon. The enthusiastic support of ‘Frente Tricolo’, one of the best players on the K-League stage, has disappeared.

Jeonju was similar.메이저사이트 Last season, the league champion was given away to rival Ulsan Hyundai, and he was furious at the performance that was rarely living up to expectations. ‘MGB (Mad Green Voice, Jeonbuk Supporters)’ blocked the squad bus after the Pohang Steelers match (1-2 loss).

In the midst of this, director Choi Yong-soo revealed his thoughts on ‘Bomak’. Prior to the match against Suwon, coach Choi Yong-soo said, “Of course, we (the coach) must shoulder the responsibility for the result. There is no reason to avoid it. But the leader is also a person. There are many unspeakable grievances.”

Also, “I think it would be nice if we send a little more faith and trust. There is only one winning team. The rest of the coaches will be subjected to harsh criticism. I hope that the level will be adjusted appropriately. A culture that can be enjoyed in professional sports must be established. do,” he added. Coach Choi Yong-soo summarized his thoughts on ‘Bomak’, saying that he himself was trapped among fans for 1 hour and 40 minutes during his FC Seoul days. Concerns about communication between fans and clubs deepen.

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