Hong Myung-bo and Amano Derby… The K-League box office is on fire

The hot issue in the off-season K-League is, of course, Amano Jun’s transfer to Jeonbuk Hyundai.

Last season, Amano, who played for Yokohama in the Japanese J-League, joined the K-League for the first time as a loaner and contributed greatly to Ulsan Hyundai’s first championship in 17 years.

It was Amano, who seemed to be extending the lease, but rumors circulated that he would transfer from last November, and eventually, an official announcement was made that he would wear the Jeonbuk Hyundai uniform this season.

It was regrettable for Ulsan fans, but it seemed like they were accepting the transfer to Jeonbuk, which offered better conditions.

In a meeting with the media ahead of winter training on the 11th, coach Hong did not hide his uncomfortable feeling with a radical expression of “the worst Japanese player I know” towards Amano. Afterwards, the Jeonbuk club and Amano came to an explanation, and Ulsan also continued a battle to refute.

The Jeonbuk club is in the position that there is no problem with the transfer after one year because Amano is on loan, and Ulsan has discussed renewing the contract since last season, but criticized Amano for violating the morale.

The ‘Amano transfer’ sparked by manager Hong Myung-bo is the biggest topic of the K-League offseason that is still ongoing. Above all, 바카라 with the addition of a relationship that has rapidly emerged as the league’s best rival, it is enough to become firewood to burn the fighting power in the cold winter for fans who support the two teams.

In fact, issue-making outside the arena is also a very important factor in the success of professional sports. The game itself provides a lot of fun, but if an epic that stimulates the desire to compete is added, the box office explosion is a predicted step.

Among them, the transfer of a player is a great subject to attract a lot of attention. From the perspective of fans of the original team, the two words “betrayal” are bound to stick in their minds, and they can freely pour out such expressions of anger in the arena.

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