Male, mentioned last year’s discord at media camp for battery training “A problem I don’t want to repeat”
Yoon ” I can’t do it because I didn’t train” Face-to -face confrontation on the 26th
One of the factors that determine box office success in modern professional sports is ‘story’. The more stories there are between teams, between players and between players, the more interested fans are.
In this season’s K-League, Jeonbuk Hyundai and Ulsan Hyundai’s ‘Hyundai Derby’ predicts a more intense match due to the dissonance caused by the transfer of Japanese midfielder Jun Amano. And another one, the confrontation between Jeju United and Suwon FC caused by Yun Bit-garam (33) also emerged as a ‘hot potato’.
The target teams for the press conference at the K-League Field Training Media Camp held at Barev Hotel in Seogwipo, Jeju on the 7th were Jeju and Suwon FC. The talk of the day for the two teams was, of course, Yoon Bit-garam. Midfielder Bitgaram Yun was traded to Lee Ki-hyeok ahead of this season and moved from Jeju to Suwon FC.
Yun Bit-garam made a big success by leading Ulsan to win the Asian Champions League (ACL) in 2020, and returned to his home team Jeju last year. However, after the game against Ulsan on April 5, he did not appear on the 안전놀이터ground for a while. Rumors circulated that there was a disagreement with manager Ki-il Nam over this, and in fact, Bitgaram Yoon left the clubhouse and worked out at a private health club, and the discord was accepted as a fait accompli. Although he returned in the middle of the season, he could not play for a long time and scored 3 goals and 2 assists in only 15 league games.
Director Nam, who was interviewed first, said, “It’s a pity that I couldn’t talk much about communication with Yoon Bit-garam last season. There was a part where my thoughts did not match Yun Bitgaram’s thoughts. It was a problem of communication that I did not want to repeat. He said, “I learned a lot while working as a manager,” and apologized, saying, “I personally feel sorry for not being able to show Yoon Bitgaram’s skills on the ground and for not playing many games.” He continued, “It is said that he is doing very well while taking the captaincy at Suwon FC. I hope that he will continue to play a pivotal role in the K-League and become a player who makes his name known.”
On the other hand, Bitgaram Yoon, who attended the Suwon FC press conference that followed, continued to answer the same question with determination as if he still had remnants left. Yoon Bit-garam said, “There was not much communication in Jeju days. There were once or twice, and during those few times of communication, inappropriate thoughts came and went. So he went to District 2,” he said. He continued, “There is one fact that many people misunderstand. I didn’t run out of the clubhouse because I wasn’t training. I couldn’t do it because I didn’t train,” he said, expressing his emotions.
Yun Bit-garam said that Jeju days were difficult. “Last year was very difficult,” he said. It was the first time he had been hurt in his professional life, and he was hurt a lot,” he said. Of course, that doesn’t mean I’m good at everything. Still, there is a regret that it would have been better if we had communicated more at that time,” he emphasized.
It is not known what specific events Nam and Yoon Bitgaram went through. However, it is enough to arouse curiosity about how the sediment accumulated between the two will be expressed in the game. Coincidentally, Jeju and Suwon FC will face off in the opening match of the first round on the 26th. A day ahead, Ulsan and Jeonbuk will open the first round of the Amano Derby. It seems that the opening match will be hotter than ever for fans.