One concern of the professional soccer K-League was the discovery of tangled stories between people.

After 40 years in a sport where strong players collide with each other, there have been few stories to excite the fans. Although it is an unverified organization, the K-League, which was selected as Asia’s No. 1 for 12 consecutive years by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS), was not successful. 슬롯사이트

But this year, the wind of change is blowing in the K-League. In the past, where only competition between clubs was emphasized, a series of stimulating clashes occurred. The commanding tower, which only emphasized refined expressions, and the players who used to care about words collided directly, and rich stories are pouring out even before the opening.

Ulsan Hyundai, who lifted the championship cup last year, made the first start.

Ulsan, who has won the third star (winner’s cup) in 17 years, may not actually be a subject of great interest to the rest of the fans.

However, the situation changed when Japanese midfielder Jun Amano, who contributed greatly to Ulsan’s victory, moved to rival Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors. Ulsan coach Hong Myung-bo originally grabbed Amano, but fans were infested with the circumstances behind the incident that he left as a rival with an ambiguous excuse.

The composition where director Hong is determined and criticizes his former student Amano, and Amano refutes it again is also interesting. It was only regrettable that the Ulsan club did not expand the conflict between the clubs, which was expected from the box office level, even by presenting a timeline in relation to Amano’s negotiations.

Some point out that coach Hong caused a stir that was not suitable for the oldest commanding tower of the K League 1 (Division 1), but it is clear that he turned the boring K League into a hot one.

The change was also revealed well in the sniping by Yoon Bit-garam (Suwon FC) at Jeju United manager Nam Ki-il on the 7th. Yoon Bit-garam was unable to play for nearly four months in Jeju last year despite not having any other injuries, due to a disagreement with coach Nam. Director Nam first apologized to Yoon Bit-garam, which was unusual, but another story arose as Yoon Bit-garam replied, “I heard you apologized, but I feel regretful why you couldn’t do that when we were together.”

Coincidentally, the fact that the main characters of the two stories face each other from the opening day is also interesting. Coach Hong and Amano aim at each other in the opening game on the 25th, and coach Nam and Bitgaram Yun will face off a day later.

Among the fans, former Suwon Samsung coach Yoon Seong-hyo, the “storyteller” who led the K-League renaissance in the past, was summoned. Until he gave up the baton in Suwon in 2012, coach Yoon led the box office by fighting words with former FC Seoul coach Choi Yong-soo (currently Gangwon FC), who was a junior at Dongnae High School and Yonsei University.

The battle of words while losing face for a while, and his performance of winning overwhelmingly in Seoul, made the super match (the rivalry between Suwon and Seoul) in its heyday. An episode that cannot be left out is that the talisman engraved with coach Yoon’s face was attached to the stadiums of the teams facing Seoul. Fans hope that the teacher fighting the student and the student fighting the teacher will achieve the same result.

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