[GOAL LIVE] Manager Park Dong-hyeok, “There is no easy team in K-League 2 in a game that has a lot of physical burden”

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[골닷컴, 진주] Reporter Choi Dae-hoon = Chungnam Asan FC coach Park Dong-hyuk expressed his feelings after the match against Gyeongnam FC.

Asan, Chungcheongnam-do recorded a 0-0 draw against Gyeongnam in the 22nd round of Hana One Q K League 2 match held at Jinju Stadium on the 22nd at 7 pm. Chungnam Asan continued their unbeaten streak for three consecutive games with 1 win, 2 draws, and maintained their place on the leaderboard (5th place in the league, 29 points).

Manager Park Dong-hyuk, who attended the post-match press conference, said, “It seems to be a physically demanding match. His speed seemed to have dropped a lot when he went out on the attack, and as it was difficult, he was lacking in terms of ball management. We thought that was our strength, but it is a pity that the strength did not come out.”

He continued, “I think we can look at the fact that we didn’t make any mistakes in a very positive way. At home, we continued to play well and the win rate was good, so we will do our best to win great games at home.”

Asan, Chungcheongnam-do, with a thin squad, is in a difficult situation to manage the team due to the sweltering heat. Director Park said, “I didn’t lose, so I think the atmosphere will continue. He thinks that even if it is difficult, the atmosphere should be good. When the mood drops, the fatigue will double.”

He continued, “We are still trying to sign players under the age of 22, but progress is still slow. If players under the age of 22 come in sooner, I think we will be able to manage the game a little more easily and use players a little more.”

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Director Park also responded positively to meaningful reinforcement of power. Manager Park said, “We are talking with other teams, but we are in a waiting position. If you have strong finances, you can buy with money, but that’s not the case. If it is decided quickly and comes in, I think it will be a power that can be useful when it gets hot.”

Chungnam Asan recorded 164 passes that day, which is too few compared to Gyeongnam’s 473. In response, coach Park responded that he prepared a counterattack, but it did not go well, and there were also physical problems. Manager Park said, “We have a very fast attack speed and defense speed, but that part was clearly visible physically (there is a problem) today. Also, there were a lot of mistakes in attack development, and I didn’t have a lot of possession of the ball,” he said.

The next opponent is Ansan Greenus. Manager Park said, “The Ansan mercenary players also came back from injury and the team seems to be receiving strength. In K-League 2, there seems to be no easy team, no team that has to win unconditionally. If the preparation process or the things the players want to do do not appear, in fact, no team seems to have an easy opponent.”

Photo = Korea Professional Football Federation

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