2015 K-League post split matches

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2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Oct 17, 2015 6:25 pm

Nice one Pohang for potentially breathing a bit of life into the final stages of the season, their last minute winner away to Jeonbuk means Suwon have the opportunity tomorrow to cut the gap at the top to five points with four games to go. They then play Seongnam next Saturday so the gap could potentially be just two points when Jeonbuk travel to Sangam next Sunday. More likely though is Suwon fucking up tomorrow and essentially it all being over then.

Gwangju beat Busan so that means they're safe for another year and Busan will contest the playoff. That result means Daejeon's relegation won't be confirmed this weekend but Busan can do that next Saturday.

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Sat Oct 17, 2015 6:28 pm

Holyjoe wrote:Nice one Pohang for potentially breathing a bit of life into the final stages of the season, their last minute winner away to Jeonbuk means Suwon have the opportunity tomorrow to cut the gap at the top to five points with four games to go. They then play Seongnam next Saturday so the gap could potentially be just two points when Jeonbuk travel to Sangam next Sunday. More likely though is Suwon fucking up tomorrow and essentially it all being over then.

Gwangju beat Busan so that means they're safe for another year and Busan will contest the playoff. That result means Daejeon's relegation won't be confirmed this weekend but Busan can do that next Saturday.


no one wanted to take me up on my bet of jeonbuk losing the title in the last 5 games?? it's happening. us losing the title in the last 5 games will turn me into a league fan until we scrap our management, ESPECIALLY THE #2 COACH THAT DOES NOTHING BUT ACT LIKE UNCLE RICO BUT WITH ACTUAL POWER...
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby SteveW » Sat Oct 17, 2015 10:08 pm

The gap is 8 points with 4 to play for Jeonbuk, it's not happening.

Even if Suwon win tomorrow that's 5 pts with 12 to play for.

Suwon won't win all of their final 5 games and Jeonbuk won't lose all of theirs.

Jeju have nothing to play for so their games should be byes for everyone more or less.

Suwon won't beat Seoul in the Supermatchi.

Basically if Jeonbuk can avoid losing to Suwon and beat Jeju then that might well be enough to see them over the line.

Be funny if they did blow it though. Next season will be interesting as things look like they might be more even between the top 4 or 5 sides and Ulsan might even be competitive again.
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Sun Oct 18, 2015 4:58 pm

Hahahahja suwon. The hell! I had dreams last night of us blowing the season, everyone at jeonbuk getting the boot and us starting over...
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:02 pm

Rumors at JB:

Vera will be sent home monday

Lee donggook is being offered 2 more years

Wilks isnt returning. Thinking both sides r cool with that.


If the vera thing is true, id love for kevin to come back. He has another year left in him, two if he wants it. He hasnt scored much at incheon but they play conservatively. Stevo would be a good pick as well but i pray we dont waste money on someone with no league experience. If donggook resigns, a new foreign striker will never been given a chance to play up top.
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:40 pm

Suwon, fucked. Yet again miss an opportunity to close in on Jeonbuk after they dropped points. That's the title in the bag but it's hardly been in doubt despite Alex's best efforts to persuade us otherwise ;-)

At the other end, Daejeon look like producing a repeat of two years ago by leaving it far too late to get their collective fingers out and start producing proper results.

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:52 pm

The Suwon groundskeeper, painting the roses red...
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby eujin » Sun Oct 18, 2015 5:53 pm

Relegation Round
Busan I'Park 0 - 1 Gwangju
Incheon United 2 - 2 Ulsan
Daejeon Citizen 1 - 0 Jeonnam Dragons

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Evergreen » Sun Oct 18, 2015 6:57 pm

Believe Brave Purple - Miracle 2015 - blah blah blah

Next week vs Busan is MASSIVE.
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Mon Oct 19, 2015 12:06 am

true. i didnt predict suwon to F up at home against jeju...

to be honest, jeju had a bad mniddle of the season with injuries and other drama. they could have been higher up in the table and finally back in the afc...
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Oct 20, 2015 4:59 am

How things stand with four games to go...

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Pos Team             P   W   D   L   F   A  GD Pts
  1 Jeonbuk         34  21   5   8  54  36  18  68
  2 Suwon           34  17   9   8  53  37  16  60
  3 Pohang          34  16  11   7  44  28  16  59
  4 FC Seoul        34  16   9   9  46  38   8  57
  5 Seongnam        34  14  12   8  38  31   7  54
  6 Jeju            34  14   7  13  52  50   2  49
==================================================
  7 Incheon         34  12  10  12  33  31   2  46
  8 Jeonnam         34  10  12  12  40  44  -4  42
  9 Ulsan           34   9  14  11  44  41   3  41
 10 Gwangju         34   9  11  14  32  40  -8  38
--------------------------------------------------
 11 Busan           34   5   9  20  27  50 -23  24
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 12 Daejeon         34   3   7  24  28  65 -37  16

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Oct 24, 2015 7:34 pm

Not a goal, apparently. Not really of any great consequence as things are but if Suwon had beaten Jeju last weekend then this call would have been massive...
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Postby Holyjoe » Sat Oct 24, 2015 7:37 pm

So 0-0 it finished at Tancheon, which means Jeonbuk can clinch the title with a win tomorrow.

Daejeon continue to cling on with another too little too late 2-1 win over Busan. That's the gap down to five points with nine still available. A very, very long shot for them to get the run of wins they need to overhaul Busan but the form is with them and against I'Park..

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby eujin » Sat Oct 24, 2015 7:45 pm

Holyjoe wrote:So 0-0 it finished at Tancheon, which means Jeonbuk can clinch the title with a win tomorrow.

Hold on, how do the tie breakers work? Pohang are six points behind Jeonbuk now. If Jeonbuk win tomorrow the gap will be nine points with nine to play for.

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby changwonmatty » Sat Oct 24, 2015 8:07 pm

Holyjoe wrote:Daejeon continue to cling on with another too little too late 2-1 win over Busan. That's the gap down to five points with nine still available. A very, very long shot for them to get the run of wins they need to overhaul Busan but the form is with them and against I'Park..

Would love Boooooosan to fall apart just at the end of the season....briliiant. Relegation and the Gyeongnam derby is still a possibility next season.
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