Choi Seong-yong’s sense of responsibility “Acting supervisors also have to take responsibility for the results”

Choi Seong-yong, the acting head coach of Suwon Samsung, a professional football team, blamed himself for falling into a no-win swamp.

Suwon lost 0-1 in an away match against Pohang Steelers in the 9th round of the K League 1 held at Pohang Steel Yard on the 25th.

Suwon fell into a 4-game losing streak without getting out of the swamp of no win. With 2 draws and 7 losses, Suwon is in the last place with nowhere to retreat. Suwon players expressed their despair at the loss in tears.

Acting coach Choi said after the game, 온라인카지노“I gave the fans a sense of disappointment and shame again. I am sorry that it seems like a heavy burden,” he said. “The players did their best as promised. It would have been nice if I could have helped the players fight with better tactics and better judgment.”

What bothers acting manager Choi even more is the sense of responsibility. Although he is not an official manager, he lost both of the 2 games he took the helm.

Acting coach Choi said, “I always want to take responsibility,” and “I don’t know what will happen. I will accept any method. We have to take responsibility for the outcome,” he said.

Acting coach Choi also drew a line on whether to conduct a home game against Daegu FC on the 30th. “I don’t know because I haven’t talked to the club yet. Clearly there must be some story. I will be waiting for (judgment) which direction is better when I really think of the team.”

Auli also left a promise that he would do his best if he re-confidenced himself. Acting coach Choi said, “I will be preparing to fight the players. ‘Let’s fight fiercely until the end. I want to say, ‘Don’t be discouraged’”, he promised.

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