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Re: 2018 K3 League

Posted: Sun Jul 29, 2018 9:13 am
by MipoFanatic
Highlights of Yangju vs. Pyeongchang from K3 Basic on July 21:

Re: 2018 K3 League

Posted: Sun Jul 29, 2018 10:05 am
by MipoFanatic
Work procrastination means... K3 update!


Gyeongju hope to squeak past dominant Pocheon to the league title, although Gyeongju's lead is now down to just three points.

Seoul Jungrang Chorus Mustang, who won the inaugural Basic last season and earned automatic promotion, are still struggling in Advance. They finally earned their first win of the season in mid-June, but have lost all four games since then, including a 9-0 home loss against Hwaseong.

Meanwhile, Pyeongtaek – the team that finished third in the Basic and snuck through the promotion playoffs – are faring better in Advance, currently in 8th place with five wins (compared to Jungrang's single victory).

Although the bottom spot looks locked up, there's a tight battle currently between four clubs to escape the second automatic relegation spot and the pro-rel playoff spot (third-bottom).


Newcomers Chungju have now won six on the trot, and are right behind Siheung, who have only won one of their last three matches. (Siheung were expected to win the Basic promotion playoffs last year as they were a dozen points above third-place Pyeongtaek at the end of the season, but unexpectedly lost in the first playoff round at home against FC Uijeongbu – the team at the very bottom of Basic in 2018.)


In honour of the Zebras, it looks like a good little race for the wooden spoon between Seoul United and FC Uijeongbu. Relegation to Division 5 (launching 2019) will begin one of these years, which should make things interesting at the bottom in the future.

Both K3 League divisions continue play on August 11.

Re: 2018 K3 League

Posted: Mon Jul 30, 2018 1:08 am
by SeoulUtd
Miss me?
I am back!

Check my site about K3. :p

I was busy for my university life.

Re: 2018 K3 League

Posted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 9:50 pm
by Martyrs Forever
Zebra’s name is PeleKim?! Genius! I would include Goyang in the wooden spoon race having seen how bad they are on too many occasions this year....although a 2-1 win over the Zebs helped our cause.