he keyword for the early game of the 2023 K-League 1 is ‘unpredictable’. Daejeon Hana Citizen and Gwangju FC, the two teams promoted from the K-League 2, are leading the league at the top, while Jeonbuk Hyundai and Jeju United, who were considered favorites for the championship, are not getting out of the bottom ranks.

First of all, a blast from the promoted team stands out. Daejeon is in 2nd place with 3 wins, 2 draws (11 points), and 5 games undefeated. Traditional famous houses such as Suwon Samsung and FC Seoul became sacrifices for the victory in Daejeon. 먹튀검증

In Daejeon, even though core midfielder Ju Se-jong left due to an orbital fracture injury, he is showing unshakable power based on solid organization and clear team colors.

Gwangju is also in a great mood. Gwangju, which is in 5th place with 3 wins and 2 losses (9 points), is one of the teams that left the strongest impression in the early stages, such as defeating Incheon United 5-0.

Even the game that missed the result is evaluated as being good enough to overwhelm the opponent at least in terms of content, so the storm is not expected to subside easily.

The two promoted teams were evaluated for their formidable power before the season, but this level of gust of wind is definitely more than expected. It’s early days, but first of all, the two teams whose biggest goal is ‘survival’ are high on the leaderboard, so they should be applauded.

On the other hand, the teams that were considered favorites for the championship plummeted to the bottom.

Jeju has received a lot of expectations as it is considered a good team to check the championship candidate or defending champion Ulsan this season. However, the power was lost as line injuries broke out across the entire squad, including the injury to captain Choi Young-joon in the opening game.

Jeju, which was selected as a candidate for the semifinals by 12 K-League 1 coaches, is in 12th place with 2 draws and 3 losses (2 points).

Jeonbuk, the ‘permanent candidate for the championship’, is also in a bad situation. Jeonbuk is 8th with 1 win, 1 draw and 3 losses (4 points). It contrasts even more with rival Ulsan’s smooth start with five victories without any problems.

Jeonbuk fans are expressing their anger by blocking buses with great dissatisfaction with the overall management of the club as well as the results. The team is shaking inside and out, but there is no sharp rebound point right now, so Jeonbuk is worried.

The game is not too serious to pass over, saying that both the top ranks, where the gustatory teams are located, and the bottom ranks, where the candidates for the championship are located, have only played 5 games.

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