Managing Director Kim Cheon aims for first place in a face-to-face confrontation with Gimpo FC.
Gimcheon will play a home game against Gimpo on the 30th at 1:30 pm in the 10th round of the Hanawon Q K League 2 2023. Kimcheon, who has risen to the top with 4 consecutive victories, is determined to beat Gimpo and keep first place in the K-League 2.
This match will be the first ever meeting between the two teams. Gimcheon is in first place with 18 points (6 wins, 2 losses) and Gimpo is in second place with 18 points (5 wins, 3 draws). Gimcheon is facing a tight record of 4 consecutive wins and Gimpo is undefeated in all games of the 2023 season.
It will be a match that neither team can back down from. There will be a fierce battle for a single leading position. Both teams are in the best mood. Gimcheon is on a 4-game winning streak and Gimpo is on a 3-game winning streak. It is noteworthy which team can continue the upward trend in this 6-point game.
Kim Cheon scored 9 goals in the last 4 matches and took 12 points. Late-aged sergeant Kwon Chang-hoon is proving his skills by scoring goals in two consecutive home matches. The attacking team is also giving the team victory points with Kim Ji-hyun reviving. Kim Ji-hyun is running 1st in the team with 3 goals in 8 matches. Kwon Chang-hoon and Kim Jin-gyu followed Kim Ji-hyeon with two goals. In addition, Lee Young-jae, Lee Yu-hyun, Kim Jun-beom, Cho Young-wook, Kim Dong-hyun, Lee Sang-min, and Kim Min-jun tasted goals.
GK Shin Song-hoon is recording a career high this season. After playing in one game in the pro in 2021, he has played in six games this season, the most since his professional debut. In the last 4 games Shin Song-hoon participated in, Gimcheon won all of them. Shin Song-hun conceded only two goals in four matches and finished two matches with a clean sheet.메이저놀이터
Manager Seong Han-soo said, “The winning streak is also a winning streak, but I think there is still a long way to go. He also expressed his determination, saying, “I want to accumulate as many wins as possible without obsessing over winning streaks.”