K-League 1 Suwon Sacks Coach Kim Byeong-soo
K-League 1 Suwon Sacks Coach Kim Byeong-soo… Yeom Ki-hoon’s Acting System
Suwon Samsung, a professional soccer team in the K-League 1,
dismissed coach Kim Byeong-soo and ended this season with coach Ki-hoon Yeom’s ‘acting manager system’.
On the 26th, the Suwon club announced the dismissal of coach Kim Byeong-soo, saying, “We have decided that special measures are inevitable in order to overcome the desperate crisis and revive the spark of hope.” 토토사이트
Coach Kim Byeong-soo, who took charge of Suwon last May,
left a record of 4 wins, 5 draws, and 11 losses during 20 games from rounds 12 to 31.
Suwon, who won 1-0 against Jeju United in the 27th round last August,
has since fallen into four consecutive losses and is having a hard time getting out of last place.
The point gap with 11th place Gangwon FC has widened to 3 points.
Accordingly, Suwon decided to fire coach Kim Byeong-soo and entrust acting coach to Ki-hoon Yeom,
who had been working as a playing coach but has recently focused on his role as a coach.
Acting director Yeom Gi-hoon is currently completing his P-level license.
Acting coach Yeom held a team meeting that day and went to his first training.
In an effort to renew the atmosphere,
he replaced the captain and adjusted the role of the support staff.
Acting manager Yeom Gi-hoon said, “Having been with Suwon for a long time,
I know very well what we can do to make the team better.
We will not give up and do our best to avoid relegation.”
He also said to the supporters, “Even if you get scolded, I hope you finish the season.
“In difficult situations like the present.
I think it is time to join forces,” he said, adding, “We ask for your unwavering support.”