8 April 2024

Jeonbuk has returned to before the establishment of the “opening six-game winless and bottom-ranked” dynasty

By pestfood.com

The Jeonbuk Hyundai Dynasty is shaking.

Jeonbuk lost 2-3 to Gangwon FC in its sixth round home game of the Hana One Q K League 1 2024 at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on Tuesday. As a result, Jeonbuk has failed to secure victory in its sixth game since the opening of the season, ranking at the bottom of the standings (12th) with three draws and three losses.

A day before the sixth round, Jeonbuk announced Dan Petrescu’s voluntary resignation. Petrescu made a disgraceful record of resigning at least one game (as of the season) in the K League 1 after the introduction of the promotion system for the K League (2013). The previous record was set by Incheon United coach Jon Andersen, who resigned after seven games in 2019.

Despite Petrescu’s resignation, he failed to turn the mood around.

After conceding a penalty goal to Lee Sang-hun in the 41st minute of the first half, Kim Tae-hwan responded with a penalty goal in extra time of the first half, tying the game. However, it collapsed by giving back-to-back goals to Kang Jung-ji in the 24th minute of the second half and Lee Sang-hun in the 28th minute of the second half. Song Min-gyu scored a comeback goal in extra time of the second half, but the result did not change. 유흥알바

Among the 25 K League 1 and K League 2 teams in 2024, they were the only ones who failed to win one game.

In particular, if the team fails to win at the match against Gwangju FC on Tuesday, the team will set a new record in the club’s history. The previous record was no wins (two draws and five losses) in the opening seven games in 2005. This happened before Choi Kang-hee took office in July 2005 and before the first championship in 2009 when the dynasty of Jeonbuk began.