Professional soccer K League 1 Suwon Samsung coach Lee Byung-geun takes responsibility for the opening seven games this season without a win and lays down the baton.

On the 17th, the Suwon club said, “This afternoon, we notified of the resignation through a meeting with coach Lee Byung-geun at the clubhouse.”

Suwon got off to an ominous start from the opening game of Hanawon Q K League 1 2023, losing 0-1 to Gwangju FC, the “promoted team”.

Suwon, who drew 1-1 with Jeonbuk Hyundai in the second round, ended up with Suwon FC (1-2 loss), Daejeon Hana Citizen (1-3 loss), and Gangwon FC (1-1 draw) in a 3-game draw. I bought Wonseong.

After losing 1-2 to Ulsan Hyundai in the 6th round, Suwon collapsed 2-3 to their opponent Jeju United in the 7th round, falling into a sluggish slump with a winless streak (2 draws, 5 losses) in the opening 7 matches. 스포츠토토

In the end, in a situation where a reversal of the atmosphere is desperately needed, the club took out a hard card for the command tower ahead of the confrontation with Seoul, the opponent scheduled for the 8th round on the 22nd.

Coach Lee Byung-geun is a legendary leader in Suwon.

Coach Lee, who joined Suwon in 1996, moved to Daegu in 2006 and retired in 2007.

Coach Lee started as a coach in Suwon in 2013, went through head coach and acting manager, then moved to Daegu in 2019 and served as head coach, acting manager and manager again. In Daegu, he also raised the team to third place in the K-League 1 in 2021.

Coach Lee, who took the helm of Suwon on April 18 last year, finished 10th in the regular league last season and dramatically protected the team’s 1st division retention in the promotion playoffs with FC Anyang, but the goal of sluggishness at the beginning of this season deepened and eventually He was fired after a year in charge of the team.

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