Cheonan City FC’s steps ahead of the 2023 K-League 2 opening game are getting busy.
Cheonan City FC should prepare for the opening match to be held on the 1st of next month through off-season training in Jeju Island. Cheonan City FC’s training camp is heating up.
The Cheonan City FC team, led by coach Nam-Yeol Park, has been conducting the second field training in Seogwipo, Jeju Island since the 1st. The main task of this off-season training can be summarized as improving the completeness of team tactics through practice games and raising the sense of actual combat. 먹튀검증 In addition, the composition of the lineup, including the best 11, is expected to proceed together.
Cheonan City FC plans to hold a total of 5 practice games during this training period. As many K-League teams continue training near Seogwipo during the same period, discussions about practice games are active. In the case of Cheonan City FC, which belongs to K League 2, it is expected that they will be able to refine their strength more firmly by playing against strong teams from K League 1, rather than competing in the same league. Since it is a mock test that can gauge competitiveness in the league, it is not possible to comfortably play even a practice game.
As the eyes of the coaching staff become sharper to improve the completeness of tactics, the tension among the players increases. This is because it is possible to preoccupy an advantageous position in the internal competition to become a starting player only when the eye stamp is clearly taken through practice games. Since Cheonan City FC is a new team challenging the professional league for the first time, the opportunity to be included in the list of players is open to everyone. For that reason, internal competition to show off one’s skills in good condition is heating up.
Cheonan City FC plans to return to Cheonan on the 20th and announce its full-fledged start as a professional club for the new season with a launch ceremony on the 21st. Afterwards, on March 1st, the first match of the 2023 season K-League 2 will be played against Busan I-Park at Cheonan Sports Complex.