Disappearance of ‘Green Shout’, demand for resignation from Jeonbuk coach and CEO,

Jeonbuk Hyundai succeeded in escaping from a losing streak by winning a complete victory against Incheon United, who fell into a swamp of sluggishness at the beginning of the season, but Jeonju Castle is still as cold as ice exhaled

8,697 people gathered at the Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 9th, when the weather was warm at 15 degrees, but the winter spirit had not yet gone. In the match between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Incheon United in the 6th round of the Hana One Q K League 1 2023 held on this day, Amano Jun and Hafa Silva scored debut goals in a row for Jeonbuk, winning 2-0 against Incheon and succeeding in escaping from losing streak.먹튀검증

On the other hand, Incheon couldn’t get out of the swamp of no win and recorded 1 win, 2 draws and 3 losses.

From the ‘OUT’ sign to the hanging… Jeonju Castle still remains

The atmosphere of Jeonju Castle was similar when I visited the stadium to cover this match following the last match against Pohang in the 5th round. It was Jeonju Castle, which gave off a warm impression with warm spring weather, but the closer you got to the stadium, the colder it was.

Around the stadium, you could see coach Kim Sang-sik and CEO Heo Byung-gil handing out pickets with ‘OUT’ written on them to fans entering the stadium, and inside the stadium, you could even see hanging hangings hanging side by side following the last game. In particular, Jeon Joo-seong, who attracted attention as Park Ji-seong, the current technical director of Jeonbuk Hyundai, was added for the first time to this article

. Prior to the game, there was no response at all to the introduction of the Jeonbuk team, and only repeated shouts of ‘get out’ to coach Kim Sang-sik and CEO Heo Byung-gil.

From the silence of the Jeonbuk fans to the cheering of the controversial speaker,

after the start of the game, the Jeonbuk fans showed consistent silence following the last game. In the middle, there were only shouts of ‘get out’ to coach Kim Sang-sik and CEO Heo Byung-gil, and cheering sounds from the Incheon cheering squad that had come from far away.

In the 8th minute of the first half, around the time the sounds of the Incheon cheering squad and the Jeonbuk fans’ shouts of ‘get out’ were repeated. Suddenly, a sound from a speaker began to engulf the entire castle. Jeonbuk fans started looking for the source of the sound and were able to confirm it right away. It was the sound coming from the speakers installed above the seats in the stadium.

The Jeonbuk club played it to heat up the calm atmosphere of Jeonju Castle, but this speaker cheering had the opposite effect. Jeonbuk fans shouted ‘Turn off the amp’, and some Jeonbuk fans showed strong antipathy to the speaker support. Eventually, Jeonbuk fans hurriedly made a hanging ‘Turn off the amp, XX’ and put it up at the stadium.

Jeon Joo-seong remained silent despite the ‘consecutive goal’, and the cry of ‘get out’ was kept until the end. In the

57th minute of the second half, Jun Amano of Jeonbuk scored the opening goal with a surprise right-footed shot through Incheon’s net. In this game as well, after scoring, only shouts of ‘leave’ came out towards coach Sang-sik Kim, and ‘O’orele’, a goal cheering representative of Jeonbuk, was not played, showing strong dissatisfaction with coach Sang-shik Kim.

At the end of the second half, Ryu Jae-moon’s pass took over and in the counterattack situation, Hafa Silva exploded the K-League debut goal and Jeonbuk’s debut goal, but did not cheer.

After Hafa Silva’s winning goal, the shouts of ‘get out’ grew louder, and even after the game was over, among the fans exiting the stadium, we could also find fans who went out to coach Kim Sang-sik and CEO Heo Byeong-gil and repeatedly shouted.

Jeonbuk took the lead in the game with consecutive goals from Amano Jun and Hafa Silva, and then Jeonbuk blocked Incheon’s last wave of offensive attacks with their entire body and won the match. The moment when the joy of winning a match should spread throughout the stadium. However, Jeonju Castle gave off a cold atmosphere rather than the joy of victory.

After the game was over, ‘O’orele’, a cheer filled with the joy of victory, did not proceed, and the Jeonbuk team also briefly greeted the fans and showed their appearance in the locker room.

It was Jeonju Castle, where spring had arrived perfectly. However, in this match, the atmosphere of Jeonju Castle gave off a cold atmosphere as if watching the Cold War era.

Jeonbuk, who suffered two consecutive losses to Daegu and Pohang, won a complete victory against Incheon, which was in crisis in the worst atmosphere at the beginning of the season, and put out the urgent fire. will do On the other hand, Incheon, which failed to break the worst atmosphere, left Jeonju and moved to Chuncheon, Gangwon. They are aiming for a rebound against Gangwon, who have not been able to win even a single win in the league.

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