4 wins in April… Jeju, the home front and team want ‘first win’

Jeju United wants their first home win with one heart and one mind.

Jeju, which had been going through ups and downs, turned perfectly into an upward trend. In April alone, they recorded 4 wins and 1 loss and swept 12 points. What is surprising is that all of Jeju’s four victories were won away from home. Jeju is on a four-game winning streak, including the Korea Football Association (FA) Cup. In particular, they conceded only one goal while scoring eight goals in four consecutive away wins.

First of all, in Jeju, returning players are returning one after another to add strength to the team. Defenders Jungwoon, Ahn Tae-hyeon, and Ahn Hyun-beom have already returned to their healthy form. Defenders Lim Chae-min and Yeon Je-woon also started to check their sense of the game by playing an evaluation match. Under-22 (U-22) resource Jeon Seong-jin is also aiming to return in May.

Certainly Jeju’s strong point, the defense, has stabilized, and the offense has also opened up. In the 10th round against Daejeon Hana Citizen, they scored 3 goals from set pieces, and Kim O-gyu, Jeong-woon and Kim Bong-soo tasted the goals. The strikers also seem to be looking for me. Seo Jin-soo scored 2 goals, and the foreign striker duo Yuri (2 goals, 2 assists) and Hays (3 goals, 1 assist) are also building up attack points one by one.

The Jeju front is also hoping for a first win at home. Jeju is not doing well at home. Not only this season (1 draw and 3 losses), but since beating Pohang Steelers 5-0 on August 14 last year, there is no win in 10 home games (3 draws and 7 losses). Above all, ‘spring’ has arrived in Jeju. The average number of spectators for the four matches played at home is 8,155.

In the 8th round against Jeonbuk Hyundai, 10,041 spectators entered. It is the first time Jeju has exceeded 10,000 spectators for a home game since paying spectators counted in 2018. Even in the 2019 season, before the aftermath of the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19), the average number of spectators in Jeju was only 3708. In order to have continuity in mobilizing and attracting spectators, grades are one of the factors that cannot be left out.메이저사이트

Jeju brings home Pohang Steelers and Incheon United in succession. Coach Nam also has a different determination and will to face the second consecutive home game. Coach Nam said, “I want to see good results at home. In the meantime, the players had a lot of motivation and pressure to do well at home. I will show you a different side of me this time.”

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