K League 2 Irand Park Chungkyun, Cheonan Park Namyeol resign after one season

Teams in the bottom half of professional soccer’s K League Two this season have parted ways with managers in their first season in charge. Seoul Eland announced on Tuesday that it has terminated the contract of head coach Park Chung-gyun, 50, by mutual consent. Park, who previously served as head coach of Hanoi FC in Vietnam, coach of the Vietnam national team, and coach of the K League 1 Jeonbuk Hyundai, was appointed to the helm of the club last November on a three-year contract, but stepped down after just one season. The team finished 11th in the K League Two regular season with 35 points from 10 wins, five draws and 21 losses. Park said through the club, “I want to thank and apologize to the fans for their support at home and away. I worked hard for a season to build a good team, but I don’t

think I was able to do it, and I’m upset as a coach,” he said. He continued, “I’m sorry to leave without saying goodbye to the fans. I sincerely thank the fans for their support throughout the season and wish the Seoul Eland the best for the future.” Cheonan City FC, which finished 13th in the K League 2 this season (5 wins, 10 draws, 21 losses, 25 points), also announced the termination of its contract with coach Park Nam-yeol, 53, on the same day. Park, who previously led the WK League’s university and women’s national soccer teams to success, took over as Cheonan’s first head coach in the professional ranks this season, but left the club after a difficult first season. Technical advisor Park Kyung-hoon of K League 2’s Busan I-Park has been touted as a possible successor, but Park publicly expressed his displeasure when the news of Park’s appointment 무료슬롯게임 became public before the end of the season

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