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Lee Seung-woo Calls for the Abolition of the K-League Victory

Lee Seung-woo Calls for the Abolition of the K-League Victory Allowance Limit… “Nowhere else in the World”

Lee Seung-woo, the leading striker of professional soccer K-League 1 Suwon FC, publicly stated that the win allowance cap system should be abolished.

On the 14th, Seung-Woo Lee argued through the Korea Professional Footballers’ Association (Players’ Association) that restrictions on victory allowances should be removed at the league level and left to an ‘autonomous area.’ 온라인카지노

Seungwoo Lee said, “For players and support staff with low salaries and less seniority, the victory allowance is an important reward,” and added, “Rather than setting a cap, I think it would be better for each club and the players to discuss and decide freely.”

He then added, “There is no place in the world that sets winning allowances uniformly,” and added, “I hope this will be made public for the sake of the players’ rights.”

According to the Players’ Association, the upper limit of victory allowance for K League 1 is 1 million won and for K League 2 is 500,000 won.

The players’ association believes that these restrictions are particularly detrimental to low-income players.

The players’ association said that not only Lee Seung-woo but also many players wanted to improve the system, and voiced that it should be changed to a form in which each club pays autonomously according to the situation.

The Korea Professional Football League set an upper limit on victory allowances through the board of directors in December 2020 with the aim of reducing the club’s financial burden due to the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19).

Previously, most K-League clubs paid a win-conditional allowance of up to 5 million won to as little as 2 million won per game in addition to basic salary and appearance allowance.

There was also a practice of paying win-conditional bonuses for each important game that were not specified in the contract.

At the time, the board of directors established disciplinary regulations, such as imposing a fine of up to 1 billion won on K League 1 clubs and up to 500 million won on K League 2 clubs that violate the cap regulations.

In March of last year, Lee Seung-woo also argued through social media that the K League’s mandatory participation rule for players under the age of 22 (U-22) was unreasonable.

Lee Seung-woo, a member of Spain’s prestigious FC Barcelona youth team, said in Spanish, “I will never understand the ‘U-22 rule’ in Korea.

Why is there no ‘over 35 rule’? What country in the world has this rule? “He wrote.

Lee Seung-woo, who had always played only in Europe and entered the K-League by joining Suwon FC in 2022, was given the vice-captain position ahead of the 2024 season.

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Lee Jae-sung’s Mainz Appoints New Head Coach Henriksen

Lee Jae-sung’s Mainz Appoints New Head Coach Henriksen to Escape Relegation

Mainz, only 1 win in the Bundesliga this season… 17th place out of 18 teams

Mainz (Germany), the team of national team midfielder Lee Jae-seong, who is in danger of relegation, has appointed coach Bo Henriksen (Denmark) as the new head coach.

On the 13th (local time), Mainz said, “I have entrusted the baton to coach Henriksen.

“The contract period runs until 2026,” he announced. 바카라사이트

Coach Henriksen began his career as a coach at Bronshoi (Denmark), a member of the Danish 3rd division, in 2006, and promoted the team to the 2nd division in 2010. In 2014, he led the team to

AC, a member of the Danish 2nd division.

He took charge of Horsens and achieved promotion to the first division in 2016.

In 2021, he took charge of Midtjylland and achieved notable results, including winning the Danish Cup, and from 2022, he led FC Zurich (Switzerland).

The club said, “We analyzed what type of coach and style of soccer would be suitable in a difficult team situation,” and added, “We recruited coach Henriksen, who has a keen eye for building a team.

Coach Henriksen, who has a clear philosophy of his own, will fit well with Mainz.” I expected that.

Coach Henriksen said, “I have never been relegated before,” and pledged, “If you expect to lose, you will lose.

I will eliminate fear and instill a winning mentality.”

He continued, “Mainz had talent, but they seemed to lack trust.

“We have to show everyone what we can do,” he added.

Mainz, whose coach Bo Svensson resigned in November last year due to poor performance, has been led by coach Jan Siebert, who led the under-23 team.

Mainz (12 points) ) is ranked 17th out of 18 teams in the Bundesliga this season with 1 win, 9 draws, and 11 losses. They

are worried about relegation for the first time since being promoted to the first division in the 2009-2010 season.

Coach Henriksen said Mainz will face Augsburg on the 17th.

He will be making his debut as a commander.

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Klinsmann, The Price of not Finishing First in the Group

Asian Cup Only Two Days of Rest Until the Quarterfinals… Klinsmann “The Price of not Finishing First in the Group”

“The fact that we are only given two days off before the game against Australia is the price we pay for not finishing first in the group,” said Jurgen Klinsmann, coach of the Korean national soccer team, at the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar match against Saudi Arabia on the 30th (local time).

He said this after finishing the Asian Cup round of 16.

Korea was unable to tie the game at 1-1 until overtime,

and won 4-2 in a penalty shootout,

barely advancing to the quarterfinals. 바카라사이트

The opponent in the quarterfinals is Australia.

This is the team with the best physique among the participating countries in this tournament.

However, Australia won 4-0 in the 90-minute regular time against Indonesia two days ago, on the 28th.

The match between Korea and Australia kick off at 6:30 PM on the 2nd of next month (0:30 AM on the 3rd in Korean time).

In Korea, game day comes after two days of rest.

On the other hand, Australia can rest for four days.

In this situation, it is a big bad news that Korea had to go to a penalty shootout.

When asked how to overcome this physical problem,

Coach Klinsmann said, “There is not a lot of time left.

“It’s a long time to make a difference,” he said.

“Today’s victory can give positive and bright energy to the team atmosphere.”

“I’m happy to be with these players,” he said.

Coach Klinsmann said he had no complaints about the schedule itself,

which had a two-day gap in rest time between the two teams that reached the quarterfinals.

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Manchini ‘Leave Work Early’ After ‘Bit Hyun-woo’s Good Showing’

Asian Cup Manchini ‘Leave Work Early’ After ‘Bit Hyun-woo’s Good Showing’… Top 8 Contributor

Cho Hyun-woo made two consecutive saves in the round of 16 penalty shootout against Saudi Arabia, filling in the gap of ‘No. 1 GK’ Kim Seung-gyu,

who left the national team due to injury, and gave a perfect score.

Spider Hand’ Cho Hyun-woo (Ulsan)’s brilliant penalty shoot-out save helped the Korean national soccer team,

led by Coach Jurgen Klinsmann, advance to the quarterfinals of the Asian Cup. 스포츠토토

In the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Round of 16 match against Saudi Arabia held at the Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan, Qatar on the 31st (Korean time)

Jo Hyun-woo was tied 1-1 after 120 minutes of overtime,

and in the subsequent penalty shootout,

two of the opposing kickers were defeated.

He blocked the shot and led Korea to advance to the quarterfinals.

On this day, Korea gave up the first goal to Saudi Arabia’s Abdullah Radif shortly after the start of the second half,

but Cho Gyu-seong (Midtjylland) scored an equalizer with a header in extra time in the second half,

sending the game into overtime.

Even in overtime, both teams remained scoreless,

and the game eventually went to a penalty shootout.

In the penalty shootout that started with Saudi Arabia taking the lead,

the first and second kickers of both teams hit the net, making it 2-2.

Saudi’s third kicker, Sami Al-Nazui, kicked into the left corner of the goal,

and Cho Hyun-woo, who read the direction,

fell to the side and made a save with his knee.

It was a moment when Cho Hyun-woo’s most powerful weapon, his saving ability, shined.

Cho Gyu-seong, Korea’s third kicker, made a clean shot to make it 3-2,

and Cho Hyun-woo stood at the goal line once again.

Abdurrahman Gharib, Saudi Arabia’s fourth kicker,

kicked low toward the corner of the goal, but this time,

Cho Hyun-woo, who read the direction, dived and blocked the ball.

After Cho Hyun-woo showed off two brilliant saves in a row,

Saudi Arabian Coach Roberto Mancini seemed to have already sensed defeat and left the field even though the winner or loser was not confirmed.

Immediately after Coach Mancini’s ‘early departure’,

Korea’s fourth kicker, Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton), scored,

completing a 4-2 penalty shootout win and confirming their advancement to the quarterfinals.