“Thank you so much for taking care of the grass.”
Bucheon FC head coach Lee Young-min expressed his gratitude to the officials in charge of maintaining the turf at the Bucheon Sports Complex.
The coach’s special appreciation was due to the fact that the game was played in the midst of a torrential downpour, but the field recovered nicely in the second half.
Bucheon played a goalless draw at home against Busan in the 24th round of the Hana OneQ K League 2 2023 at Bucheon Sports Complex on the 30th.
The game was actually a comedy. About 30 minutes before kickoff, a guerrilla downpour made it difficult to see through the sky.
The downpour didn’t stop until the end of the first half, and in the meantime, the first half was a mess. The players struggled to get the passing game going, as the waterlogged field prevented the ball from rolling. It was a disheartening sight to behold.
However, when the second half started, the Bucheon Sports Center field quickly recovered. Not only was the drainage good, but the grass was also back to normal as if it had been watered. There were no more incidents like the first half.
However, Lee had something to say about the grounds crew. “There are three people who take care of the turf, and it seems like they never take a day off. They take care of the main stadium and the secondary stadium perfectly. Every team that comes to our stadium to train or play is amazed at how good the turf is,” he said. “I appreciate the dedication of those three people to make sure we can play. It is thanks to them that we are able to train in such a good environment.” 꽁머니사이트
Commenting on the game, Lee said, “Underwater games like today can be decided by set pieces, and we had a lot of set pieces, but we couldn’t convert them into goals, which is the most disappointing thing.” “I apologize to the home fans because we haven’t won in the last four games. We had a good home winning percentage, but we will try to please our fans with a win in the next game.”