Director Aguirre I’ll turn off the TV so please transfer Lee Kang-in
Majorca coach Javier Aguirre made an “absurd” comment.
Mallorca lost 0-1 against Real Betis in the 26th round of the Spanish Primera Liga in the 2022-23 season at Estadio Benito Villamarin in Seville, Spain, at 10 p.m. on the 19th (Korea Standard Time). Mallorca continued its downward trend with no wins (1 draw and 3 losses) in the last 4 games.
After the match, Aguirre cited “game time” as the cause of the defeat. The game was held at 10 p.m. Korean time. It is 2 p.m. local time in Spain.
“We have too many daytime games,” Aguirre said at a press conference after losing to Real Betis. I am grateful to the La Liga Secretariat for scheduling daytime games on such a hot day. “I played nine games during the day,” he said.
It is a game held during the hottest day of the day. It means that the players are having a hard time and cannot play properly. The bottom line is that I lost because it was hot. Then who is Real Betis who won this time, Real Betis?
A more absurd remark came next. “I want Koreans to stop watching Lee Kang-in’s game,” he said. I want Koreans to turn off the TV,” he said.
It is a threatening remark by Majorca coach that Korean soccer fans should not watch the Majorca game on TV. I lost the game at 2 p.m. because of you guys, so if you don’t watch the game, you can win. It’s absurdity and rudeness itself.
The 10 p.m. Korean time match is a strategy to expand La Liga’s Asian market. This is what La Liga, which has already seen its popularity plummet since Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo left, is doing to live. In the long run, it is good for La Liga and good for Mallorca, and Aguirre refuted this head-on, saying he lost the game.
And Aguirre can’t see the forest just by looking at the tree in front of him. Spanish media are praising the “Lee Kang-in effect” every day. Majorca’s uniform sales number one, numerous Korean fans flocking to training grounds and stadiums, and the effect that Majorca is getting. Has Mallorca ever enjoyed such luxury in the past?
From the coach’s point of view, he is trying to further expand the “Lee Kang-in effect.” It is a good opportunity for the team to develop, grow, and build global competitiveness. But I did “Monnie.” It hurt Lee Kang-in’s fans and poured cold water on the passion of Lee Kang-in’s fans. In addition, Lee Kang-in’s fans, who will be more in the future, have been prevented from entering in advance. In addition, this team has been imprinted as a team that Asian players should avoid beyond Lee Kang-in as long as there is head coach Aguirre.
There is a solution. There is no need for Aguirre to complain about La Liga. There is no reason to threaten Korean soccer fans. It’s very simple. You can transfer Lee Kang-in.
Who desperately prevented Lee Kang-in from transferring last winter? Newcastle, Aston Villa, Brighton & Hove Albion and Atletico Madrid showed interest in Lee Kang-in in the transfer market last winter. Lee Kang-in also wanted to transfer.
However, Aguirre took the lead and canceled the transfer of Lee Kang-in. At the time, Aguirre said, “There will be no club that can make Lee Kang-in’s buyout. Thirty million euros (4.2 billion won) is a lot of money. Therefore, there is no need to persuade Lee Kang-in.” I didn’t talk about the future with Lee Kang-in. “Lee Kang-in will remain in Mallorca,” he said, showing a coercive attitude 카지노추천
If Korean soccer fans hate watching TV at 10 p.m. Korean time, if they can’t win the game because of this, they can send it as Lee Kang-in wants. If they do, I assure you, Korean soccer fans will ‘never’ watch Majorca games on TV at 10 p.m. No, there is no need to watch Majorca games in any prime time. Don’t worry.
Coach Aguirre can do as he wants. You can avoid the 2 p.m. game and win as much as you want. Korean soccer fans also hope that Lee Kang-in will move to a better team and a team with a better manager. Lee Kang-in himself also wants to transfer. It is a ‘perfect win-win strategy’ that can truly satisfy everyone.
This word comes to mind suddenly. After a while, I think it’s happiness. This is what I want to say to director Aguirre.