Jeonbuk Hyundai could face a bigger bad news.
Following the sluggish performance this season, Jeonbuk is experiencing overlapping bad news. In the scene where Jeonbuk conceded a goal against Gangwon FC (0-1 loss) in the 10th round, defender Kim Gun-woong fell while competing with Gangwon striker Yang Hyeon-jun. After falling down, Kim Geon-woong looked at the referee, but no foul was declared. Yang Hyeon-joon succeeded in breaking through and scored, and this goal became the winning goal.
Afterwards, Jeonbuk players strongly protested. In particular, Hong Jeong-ho approached referee Kim Young-soo and continued to protest strongly. In the end, Hong Jung-ho received a warning and was sent off due to accumulated warnings. In addition, Moonhwan Kim was also kicked out of the group for swearing. The two cannot go to FC Seoul on the 5th right away.크크크벳
Jeonbuk could face disciplinary action not only for Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan, but also for intruding into the crowd. After the Gangwon match, a spectator came to the ground and protested to the referee. During this process, he did not receive any restraint from the bodyguards. Jeonbuk defender Choi Cheol-soon stopped the crowd who had intruded.
As a result, it is known that Hong Jeong-ho, Kim Moon-hwan, and even the Jeonbuk club were referred to the disciplinary committee. The disciplinary committee will be held on the 8th, after the Children’s Day holiday. Jeonbuk was also unable to play in two games in the 8th round against Jeju United as manager Kim Sang-sik was sent off for protesting.
Jeonbuk will play an away game against Suwon Samsung on the 10th. If Hong Jeong-ho and Kim Moon-hwan receive additional discipline, there is a high possibility that they will not be able to play at least against Suwon. In many ways, bad news is overlapping in Jeonbuk.