Although they suffered their first loss in the league, FC Anyang’s run toward promotion 11 years after its founding will continue.

Anyang lost 1-3 to Suwon Samsung in the 8th round of ‘Hana Bank K League 2 2024’ held at Anyang Sports Complex at 2 pm on the 21st. Anyang, the only undefeated team in K League 2, lost the lead for the first time in the league.

Anyang, who struggled from the start, swallowed their disappointment as they were unable to finish. Afterwards, Kim Joo-chan and Kim Hyeon were taken away after conceding consecutive goals. There was a fierce attack at the start of the second half, but no goals were scored. After conceding a goal to Mulic, Kim Woon scored, but it did not change the result. It was a 1-3 loss.

It was a painful defeat. Anyang, which started the 2024 season with coach Yoo Byung-hoon, played 6 league games and ranked first with 5 wins and 1 draw. Anyang parted ways with numerous players, including captain Baek Dong-gyu, ahead of this season. New outsiders arrived, but they were untested. Coach Yoo Byung-hoon was also worried because he had not shown much as a coach, but he surprised us with tremendous performance and results.

If we had won against Suwon, we would have had a clear advantage in the early lead battle, but we lost. Still, Anyang’s goal is promotion. Anyang, founded as a civic club in 2013, has sought promotion for the past 10 years but has been frustrated every time. There was always talk of being a candidate for promotion, but I was frustrated.

Last season was the most painful. Anyang, which was on a winning streak with Jaeyong Park, Jonatan, and Andrigo, lost all three players due to transfers and disciplinary action, weakening the squad, and falling short in the second half, finishing in 6th place and failing to make the playoffs. Coach Byung-Hoon Yoo arrived at a time when the overall atmosphere of the club could be declining, and Anyang has emerged as a strong candidate for promotion along with Suwon this season.

Anyang has always been like that. Even in times of crisis, he showed his potential by reviving and coming back to life. Anyang was the one that survived when it looked like it would collapse. ASURED, one of the most passionate supporters in the K-League, was also able to reliably protect Anyang. Anyang, which has always found a solution and made a resurgence, will not be discouraged by this defeat in Suwon and will move toward promotion once again.

Coach Yoo Byeong-hoon said after the loss against Suwon, “I learned a lot,” expressing both self-reproach and determination to improve. Anyang, who has pledged that there will be no losing streak, will travel to Jeonnam Dragons this coming weekend.

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