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Suwon’s ‘Real Blue’, drunk in the past, has no success without investment.

‘Soccer capital’ is an old saying. Suwon is still drunk with the past.

After the opening of the K-League 1, Suwon was at the bottom with 2 draws and 5 losses. Suwon drew 1-1 against 11th place Gangwon on the 2nd and lost 2-3 to Jeju on the 15th. Eventually, on the 18th, Suwon sacked manager Lee Byung-geun and entrusted head coach Seong-yong Choi as acting manager.

Coach Choi will make his coaching debut in the Super Match against FC Seoul on the 22nd. This means that he has been under a lot of pressure since his first game. Suwon went through the relegation playoffs last season and is dramatically reviving the nightmare left in the K League 1. 먹튀검증

Suwon, drunk on the glory of the past as a prestigious school, locked away its own potential. The ‘Real Blue’ policy to find leaders from legends from Suwon is one of them. Coaches Imsaeng Lee, Gunha Park, and Byeonggeun Lee all had brilliant players in Suwon, but their finishes were not good as coaches. The bad history of leaving the club’s legend blushing is repeating itself. If you are a good leader, regardless of your background, you are stuck in the past even if you actively serve them.

There is no success without investment. Suwon is not a prestigious club that invests heavily to become number one like in the past. In 2014, when Cheil Worldwide took over the sports team, investment in the team plummeted, and the performance also collapsed. There were many cases where Suwon, which was full of national team players, could not produce a single national team player. Rival teams such as Jeonbuk and Seoul now take it for granted to win against Suwon.

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