2022 season K League 2 (Part 2) Busan I-Park had the worst time since its founding. It finished in 10th place, down 5 places from 5th place the previous year. The Jeonnam Dragons narrowly escaped last place thanks to the fact that they missed all the victories against Bucheon FC 1995 in the final match.
Head coach Park Jin-seop (46), who took the baton in Busan last June, has a heavy heart even though the year has changed. I can’t take all the responsibility because former coach Ricardo Perez stepped down and took over, but as a commanding tower, it’s never a pleasure. 안전놀이터 At the 2023 K-League Media Camp press conference held at the Songjeong Hotel in Busan on the 9th, he said, “I told the players not to forget last year’s performance and to engrave it in their hearts.” Realistically, we are aiming for the playoffs (PO), but depending on the flow, we can challenge direct promotion through winning,” he raised his voice.
The most important thing is the attack. Last year, it struggled with the lowest score (34 goals) among the 11 K-League 2 teams. Coach Park said, “There were not many goals in the attack. Creating the opportunity itself was not enough. I will show a more aggressive side this year.”
However, reinforcement of the offensive line is not smooth. The signing of a Brazilian striker, which had reached the final stage, was canceled at the contract stage. We plan to expand the use of existing players while promoting the recruitment of other players. Coach Park explained, “During the field training, I paid a lot of attention to the striker position.”