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Team 3 of “Revolving Ticket” with mixed joy and sorrow and sadness…Suwon FC runs away, and the rest stay in place

K League 1 has only four games left before the final round. Amid fierce competition to enter the Final A (1st to 6th), the three relegation teams have solidified early since June. Suwon FC (8 wins, 5 draws, 16 losses, 29 points) ranked 10th, Suwon Samsung (5 wins, 7 draws, 17 losses, 22 points) ranked 11th, and Gangwon FC (3 wins, 12 draws, 14 losses, 21 points). 온라인카지노

Suwon FC has been ranked 10th since June 7. He remained in the mid-range until the middle of the season, but fell to the relegation zone due to sluggishness, such as falling into the swamp of eight games without wins. To make matters worse, Las, the “main gun,” left the team after being caught driving under the influence of alcohol, facing the “worst situation.”

Fortunately, Suwon (2-0 win) and Gangwon (2-1 win) both sounded the winning score in the “6 points” showdown, taking a breather. With three wins and two losses in the last five games, the gap between Suwon and Gangwon widened. Lee Seung-woo, who turned into a midfielder, has scored three consecutive goals and has scored four goals in the last five games.

In the previous round, he set the stage for another step away from the direct relegation. In the 29th round away match against Daejeon Hana Citizen, he won 1-0 and accumulated 29 points. Coincidentally, Gangwon and Suwon lost side by side to Daegu FC and FC Seoul, respectively, failing to secure points. Suwon FC wants to avoid “direct relegation” even if it fails to escape the relegation zone.

Suwon FC manager Kim Do-kyun said after the match against Incheon United on the 2nd of last month, “I can’t help but think about the promotion playoffs (PO).” Suwon and Gangwon FC are struggling to avoid the bottom. The bottom of the K League 1 is the direct relegation. You don’t even get a ‘survival opportunity’ due to the promotion PO. Both teams are moving back and forth between 11th and 12th places.

Suwon has recently lost two consecutive games. After losing 0-4 to Gwangju FC, they lost 0-1 in the super match against Seoul. Gangwon has not won the last three games. It is one draw and two losses in three games after catching Ulsan Hyundai (2-0) last month.

The bottom is the “direct relegation,” but the 11th place will play a promotion PO with the 2nd place in the K League 2. The 10th place in the K League 1 will face the winner of the K League 2 playoffs, where the 3rd to 5th places in the K League 2 advance. With the relegation zone fixed for three months, the three teams are having mixed feelings.

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