Gwangju, a promoted team aiming for more than retention… Coach Lee Jeong-hyo “A bigger goal? We have to work with a stronger mentality”

Professional football Gwangju FC, which announced its return to the first division in just one year, takes its first step towards the 2023 season.

Last season’s K League 2 (Part 2) winning team Gwangju, which will play in the K League 1 (Part 1) this season, held a team meeting at the clubhouse in the Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the afternoon of the 19th. And he announced that he would start full-scale winter battery training.

The first winter training will be held at training grounds such as the Gwangju Soccer Center until the 31st. As he took a break for nearly two months due to the World Cup, an intensive training program will be operated to improve endurance and basic physical strength along with strength training through weight training.

Along with this, reinforcing players and checking the current condition of each player are also conducted.

Head coach Lee Jung-hyo said, “The players who worked hard for a season got enough rest. In order to achieve a bigger goal, all the players in the team must face the season with stronger mental strength and stamina.” As much as possible, we will check the individual skills of the players and build more diverse tactics and a solid squad.” 메이저사이트

The 2nd winter training will be held in Chiang Rai, Thailand from the 3rd to the 31st of next month, and the 3rd will be held in Seogwipo, Jeju from the 3rd to the 18th of February. In the 2nd and 3rd rounds of training, the players will focus on breathing, improving organizational skills, and tactical training, and will enhance their sense of actual combat.

The will of the players who returned to the K-League 1 stage after a year is also different, so the new season in Gwangju is expected to go beyond staying.