Yeom Ki-hoon shed tears over team relegation, Suwon Legend’s humble words

The end of Legend was so shabby.

Suwon Samsung and Gangwon FC tied 0-0 in the final round B (lower round) of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 at Suwon World Cup Stadium at 2 p.m. on Tuesday. Suwon FC, which was ranked 11th at the same time, tied the match 1-1 at home against Jeju United at Suwon Stadium.

As a result, the final ranking of the relegation zone was ranked 10th in Gangwon (34 points), 11th in Suwon FC (33 points), and 12th in Suwon FC (33 points). The lowest-ranked Suwon (35 goals) has the same points as Suwon FC (44 goals), but was automatically demoted as it was nine goals behind Suwon FC in multiple points. 메이저 토토사이트

Suwon has had a reputation as one of the most popular professional sports clubs in Korea since its foundation in 1995. It has also won the K-League 14 times, the FA Cup five times, the League Cup six times, and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League two times, rising to the rank of the most prestigious pro teams in the K-League.

However, as the parent company’s investment began to decline in the mid-2010s, it gradually took the lower ranks. Last season, he narrowly avoided relegation by winning the promotion and promotion playoff against FC Anyang, but this year, he ended up with the worst end at home after changing the coach twice.

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