‘8G scoreless’ FW, coach Choi Yong-soo wrapped up…”I did my part, I was just blocked by dense defense”

Gangwon FC coach Choi Yong-soo wrapped up Dino, the frontline striker, who was silent without a score.

Gangwon lost 0-2 in the Hanawon Q K League 1 2023 Round 13 home game against Suwon Samsung held at Songam Sports Town in Chuncheon on the 13th. Gangwon, which failed to obtain points, maintained 11th place (2 wins, 4 draws, 7 losses, 10 points), but was allowed to pursue the lowest place Suwon by 2 points.

On this day, 메이저사이트 coach Choi Yong-soo placed Dino at the forefront, saying, “I decided to trust the top 3, Kim Dae-won, Dino, and Yang Hyun-jun, who were good in the practice game during the last winter training.”

Dino, who missed an entire season due to an Achilles tendon rupture last season, has returned from injury and is serving as the main striker this season.

However, his condition is still not perfect. During his 7 league appearances he had no offensive points. He didn’t score a goal or even an assist.

Even in the match against Suwon, it did not show much influence. At the beginning of the first half, Kim Dae-Won and Kim Dae-Won made a 2-1 pass to draw out the opponent’s foul, and in the 8th minute of the second half, they bypassed the defense with exquisite turn action and continued shooting.

The rest of the time was quiet. He was unable to lead the team’s attack as he was completely defeated in an aerial contest by Suwon centerback Han Ho-gang. Eventually, Dino was replaced by Gallego in the 16th minute of the second half and the game ended.

It was a disappointing performance, but coach Choi wrapped Dino.

Coach Choi said in an interview before the game, “Dino needs time. I told the players to give it to Dino unconditionally when they catch the ball,” and insisted after the game, “I did my part.”

Manager Choi analyzed, “I think Dino did not do his part enough,” and “I think he lacked target play using Dino in an aggressive situation. I tried to use resources like Kim Dae-won, but I was blocked by the opponent’s dense defense.”

He bowed his head to apologize to the fans.

Coach Choi said, “I really have nothing to say to the home fans, and I feel sorry.”

At the same time, he added, “Rather than blaming the players, it is important to set the mood to escape the losing streak. We will have to make sure that we can bring the desired results from the next game.”

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