Tall attackers placed on the side · ‘East Coast Derby’ 6-back system, ‘God Ki-dong”s eight-color tone makes the ground splendid

 The command tower’s resourcefulness makes the ground gorgeous. At the beginning of the 2023 season, the leader who is coloring the K-League stage in a pale color is Pohang Steelers coach Kim Ki-dong.

The Gwangju match on the 8th was like a ‘god start’. After finishing the first half without a goal, they implemented a novel strategy in the second half. From the 20th minute of the second half with a 2-0 lead, two tall strikers, Jeka and Lee Ho-jae, were placed on the flanks. With two players of height and power on the side, the opposing fullbacks were blocked from participating in the attack. Gwangju increased their ball possession rate to 65% in the second half, but only had one shot. Gwangju coach Lee Jeong-hyo also said, “I didn’t think I would have Jeka and Lee Ho-jae on the side.” The number of ‘God’ maneuvers was higher.

In the first ‘East Coast Derby’ of the season against Ulsan on the 22nd, coach Kim’s strange tactics came out. He was a ‘six-back’. Coach Kim, who started the 4-2-3-1 formation that day, formed a four-back defense line consisting of Shim Sang-min, Grant, Ha Chang-rae, and Park Seung-wook. However, in the 13th minute of the first half, after Koh Young-Jun’s opening goal broke, he implemented an extreme defensive strategy. ‘Captain’ Kim Seung-dae and Kim In-seong, who played as left and right flank strikers, were virtually given a fullback mission. When defending, Kim Seung-dae and Kim In-seong came down to the four-back line to line up and transformed into defenders who blocked the opponent’s side attackers. The number of defenders increased from 4 to 6 in an instant.메이저사이트

The effect was perfect. The burden on existing fabric resources has been greatly reduced. He was even able to block Ju Min-gyu and Rubik’s hands by marking two of them. As Kim In-seong and Kim Seung-dae performed the given mission well, Ju Min-gyu and Rubik’s hand’s attack power plummeted. Ju Min-gyu took advantage of an opponent’s error in the 15th minute of the second half and succeeded in scoring from a set piece, but seemed to be struggling to break through the Pohang defense in field play. Rubikson only had one shot on the day.

Coach Kim is a leader who is good at finding out the opponent’s weaknesses and attacking them. He also earns 3 points with a strategy to persistently dig into that place. Above all, he guides his players to implement their strategies well on the pitch. As long as the basic framework is not broken, the team responds profusely. Thanks to coach Kim’s eight-color tactics, the 175th ‘East Coast Derby’ in the K-League was decorated with another great game.

On the 25th, Pohang will challenge Suwon Samsung to go undefeated for 9 consecutive matches in the K-League 1 round 9 home game. Suwon is in desperate need of a reversal of the atmosphere as they have yet to post their first win of the season with 2 draws and 6 losses.

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