K-League 2 Suwon Samsung Manager Byeon Seong-hwan inauguration press conference

“We will promote ourselves with a clear plan A, B, C rather than various tactics.”

Coach Byeon Seong-hwan (44), who was inaugurated as the ’10th head coach’ of Suwon Samsung in the K-League 2 professional soccer team, expressed his ambition, saying, “As a young head coach, I will keep the existing coaches in check with my spirit and freshness.” 스포츠 토토사이트

Coach Byun said at the inauguration press conference held at Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 5th, “I never thought I would be the coach of a big club like Suwon, but as I prepared hard, something like a blessing came to me.” He added, “I will spread my philosophy to the players.” “We will do our best to achieve our goal of promotion,” he emphasized.

Coach Byeon, who played in the K-League and the Australian Professional Football League A-League during his career, began his career as a coach at Seongnam FC in 2015 after retiring as a player.

Coach Byun, who coached the Korean U-16 national team in 2019 and took over the helm of the U-17 national team in 2022, led the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-17 Asian Cup to a runner-up finish last year, but actually qualified for the 2023 FIFA U-17 Asian Cup. In the 2017 World Cup, they were eliminated after losing 3 games in the group stage.

Suwon Club appointed Coach Byun as the new head coach on the 31st of last month, acting as replacement for Coach Ki-hoon Yeom, who resigned after falling to 8th place in K-League 2.

Coach Byun, who made his debut as a coach in the Hana Bank K-League 2 2024 16th round away game against Busan I’Park on the 2nd and drew 1-1, said, “Splendid soccer does not necessarily lead to results,” and “The urgent priority now is stabilizing offense and defense.” “We will stick to the basics but respond with aggressive and proactive tactics,” he said.

The following is a Q&A with director Byun Seong-hwan. 성인웹툰

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