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Re: K-League Challenge 2017

Posted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:51 am
by Evergreen
I'll be heading to my first Daejeon home match for quite a while for the game against Busan tomorrow. Hoping to see our former coach and all around legend Cho Jin Ho as he returns to the Purple Arena for the first time since being sacked back in 2015 (that worked out really well).

The malaise around the club at the moment is depressing. I was at Bucheon away last weekend with another 7....yes 7 away fans. That is pathetic, and while that may be the norm at some clubs, Daejeon have always had a solid away following. That era is now dead. The attendance for our home FA Cup tie midweek was a pitiful 254. W...T...F

It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see us drop to the bottom of the league over the next few weeks, perhaps even this weekend. A sorry state of affairs indeed.

Re: K-League Challenge 2017

Posted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 5:21 pm
by SteveW
Evergreen wrote:I'll be heading to my first Daejeon home match for quite a while for the game against Busan tomorrow. Hoping to see our former coach and all around legend Cho Jin Ho as he returns to the Purple Arena for the first time since being sacked back in 2015 (that worked out really well).

The malaise around the club at the moment is depressing. I was at Bucheon away last weekend with another 7....yes 7 away fans. That is pathetic, and while that may be the norm at some clubs, Daejeon have always had a solid away following. That era is now dead. The attendance for our home FA Cup tie midweek was a pitiful 254. W...T...F

It wouldn't surprise me one bit to see us drop to the bottom of the league over the next few weeks, perhaps even this weekend. A sorry state of affairs indeed.

It would surprise me. Eland are just pathetically bad. Chungju Hummel bad. Worse actually.

Re: K-League Challenge 2017

Posted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:06 pm
by jamesedrupt
Great free kick to win it for Busan.

Re: K-League Challenge 2017

Posted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:31 pm
by Gyongmaman
Goals all round - 11 from 3 matches (and 17 from 4 in the Classic although two of those games were one-sided thumpings)!

Re: K-League Challenge 2017

Posted: Sun Apr 23, 2017 7:17 am
by Holyjoe
SteveW wrote:It would surprise me. Eland are just pathetically bad. Chungju Hummel bad. Worse actually.


Sacking Martin Rennie has worked out well. Weren't they supposed to be winning the ACL next season?