K-League 1 Jeju United accelerates preparations for the opening of the 2023 season.
Jeju successfully completed overseas battery training in Chiang Mai, Thailand from the 5th to the 30th of last month. He also drew a sketch of the completion of happy football, the goal of the 2023 season.
The happy football that Jeju pursues is for everyone, including Jeju residents, Jeju fans, clubs, coaching staff, players, and officials, and is the high pride of Jeju Island, its hometown. An important motto is to have a winning mentality to challenge everything Jeju can do without fear.
Jeju, which raised its sense of real combat through high-intensity physical training and practice games in Thailand’s field training, focused on creating a strong bond under the direction of coach Nam Ki-il.
In response, captain Choi Young-joon, Koo Ja-cheol, Jeong-woon, Kim O-gyu, Ahn Hyun-beom, and Kim Dong-jun put their heads together and set an example for the development of the team. As a result, freshmen such as Yeon Je-woon, Kim Seung-seop, Yuri, Lee Ki-hyeok, Kim Hyung-geun, and Hayes quickly melted into the team.
Director Nam Ki-il said, “I thought a lot about ‘I want to be happy’ while conceiving the 2023 season.” “I wanted all members of Jeju to create happy football together. A lot is happening,” he said.
The team, which took a short break until the 1st after the Thai training was over, was reconvened on the 2nd. Jeju is determined to strengthen their stamina and perfect their tactics for the rest of the season, and win the home opening match against Suwon FC at Jeju World Cup Stadium at 2:00 pm on the 26th. 안전놀이터
In addition, he aimed straight at this season’s goal of advancing to the AFC (Asian Football Confederation) Champions League.
Coach Nam said, “We achieved Final A results in the past two seasons, but we should not be satisfied here.”