Jeju United will look to turn the tables against Jeonbuk

Jeju United will look to turn the tables against Jeonbuk Hyundai.

Jeju will host Jeonbuk in the fifth round of the Hana Bank K League 1 2024 at Jeju World Cup Stadium on March 3 at 7:30 p.m.

They has recently suffered back-to-back losses to FC Seoul and Pohang Steelers. They need to bounce back. More importantly, they are desperate to get back on the winning track and not allow another home loss. They also need to end their recent five-match winless streak against Jeonbuk (one draw and four losses).

The key will be goal finishing. During the two consecutive defeats, both teams were silent with no goals. They have had more shots than their opponents (7 against Seoul, 12 against Pohang) but have not been able to capitalize. They are 11th in the league with an expected goal per club (xG) of 0.54, which is the sum of the probability of scoring a goal when shooting from a certain position and in a certain situation.

As a result,

Kim Hak-beom has been working with his players to improve their goal-decision skills ahead of the Jeonbuk match. To overcome the intense pressure from the front line, the team is diversifying its attacking routes through active switching play and organic passing lines from the second line. The team is also actively developing offensive avenues to draw fouls and improve their chances of scoring from set pieces, which is their strong point.

“We don’t want to disappoint our fans at home anymore,” said Kim Hak-beom. We want to make them happy again with an exciting game, 안전놀이터 추천 and even if our next opponent is Jeonbuk, we will find a way to win. Goal decisiveness is important to get a result. We need to work on that. We will work together with the players to solve our tasks.”

Meanwhile, camellias will be in full bloom in Jeju again this April.

To commemorate the 76th anniversary of the Jeju 4-3, Jeju will wear camellia patches on their jerseys and observe a moment of silence during the match to honor the victims of the Jeju 4-3 and to pray for a truly warm spring in Jeju. The camellia flower is a symbol of Jeju’s painful 4-3. The camellia flower has been a symbol of the victims of the Jeju 4-3 since 1992, when artist Choi Kang-bae’s 4-3 series, “Camellia Flower,” was published.

Every year, Jeju commemorates the Jeju 4-3 Victims’ Memorial Day to commemorate the victims and bereaved families, and to promote the Jeju 4-3 spirit of reconciliation and coexistence. “Every April in Jeju, camellia flowers bloom,” said a Jeju official. As Jeju’s only professional club, we want to empathize with Jeju’s April and spread the word with what we have and play a role beyond soccer with the people of Jeju,” said a Jeju official.

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