The wind is not flying well. This is the story of the Ansan Greeners in K League 2 (Part 2).
먹튀검증 Ansan is drifting without a head coach. Head coach Lim Jong-heon was fired on the 22nd. In an official statement, the club said, “Ansan has been suffering from an endless slump, and Lim was recently raided by prosecutors on suspicion of embezzlement. In addition to the poor performance, the club decided that it was difficult to continue to work with Lim, who has caused a major damage to the club’s image due to this incident. The club announced that it had decided to dismiss him.
Lim’s home, vehicle, and office were raided by prosecutors on Nov. 20 on suspicion of embezzlement. According to legal sources, prosecutors were investigating soccer agent A for fraud when they discovered Lim’s alleged bribery. Prosecutors believe Lim received money from A in exchange for selecting two South Korean players for the 2018-2019 season when he was the head coach of Pattaya United in Thailand. Lim is reportedly explaining that he was misunderstood by helping Mr. A utilize his bank account as a secondary account.
Ansan is having a dismal start to the 2023 season. As of the 28th, they are in 12th place out of 13 teams in the K League 2 (2W, 4D, 10L, 10P). In fact, the poor performance was predictable. Lim and Ahn have been friends for a long time. Before this season, when Ansan virtually reshuffled its roster, many players under Mr. A’s management joined the team. Multiple sources familiar with the K League said, “They are mainly known as second-team players. Due to their lack of skill, there are few resources to move up to the first team and play, so the player base has become thinner.” Player B, for example, signed a multi-year contract with Ansan despite his lack of skills after his military service, but he hasn’t even been named on the substitute roster this season 메이저사이트추천.
The Ansan skit continued on the 27th. After Lim’s dismissal, former “star player” Kim Jung-woo took over as acting head coach on the 25th against Chungnam Asan (0-1 loss), but stepped down after just one game. Ansan appointed coach Song Han-bok as acting head coach. “We will do our best to stabilize the team by appointing a coach who fits the club’s philosophy as soon as possible,” said Kim Gil-sik.
An administrative audit of Ansan City is necessary for the club to be normalized in the future. A thorough audit is required, not just a formality. In the end, the grenade for the club’s image will have to fall on its owner, Ansan Mayor Lee Min-geun.