Cho Sung-hwan, “As a coach, I have a lot of emotions, and I feel responsible for the goal”

Incheon United head coach Cho Sung-hwan expressed his mixed emotions after the draw against Daegu FC.

Cho’s side drew 2-2 against Daegu FC in the 15th round of the Hana One Q K League 2023 at DGB Daegu Bank Park in Daegu, South Korea, at 7 p.m. on Sunday. Incheon took the lead through Shin Shin-ho in the 30th minute, but nearly fell victim to Daegu’s offense, led by Edgar, who scored two goals in the fifth and 11th minutes of the second half. However, Hong Si-hoo’s celestial equalizer just before the end of the match was enough to hold on for a point.

At the post-match press conference, Cho said, “As a coach, I had mixed feelings. I want to thank the players and coaching staff for their hard work. Knowing that, I still feel responsible for conceding a goal to the opponent’s good play, but we will challenge for a win in the future.” 토토사이트

“As I keep saying, there are only combinations and repeated drills,” he said of his offense. “I think it’s a good thing that Kim Dae-jung is working hard and producing results. We will try to raise his confidence through training so that he can create more goals.” He pointed out areas for praise.

Finally, Cho was asked if there will be any additional signings in the summer transfer market regarding the stagnant foreign offense, and he said, “We will discuss with the club.” “First of all, it has to be the right fit. Any team will try to strengthen if the situation is right. That’s what I need as well.”

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