“What happened to Suwon…” →’Real Suwon’ key foreign FW, ‘anger’ at defeat in Pohang

Former Suwon Samsung foreign striker Nadson, who won the K-League MVP for the first time as a foreigner, expressed anger and regret at the current situation of his parent team.

On the 25th, Nadson expressed his regret by posting English and Korean translation comments on the post of Suwon’s defeat against Pohang posted on social media. 

“It’s disappointing, what’s going on with our club, the team can’t win. You can’t lose to this team (Pohang). Can anyone answer what’s going on?” said Nadson.

Then he said, “God, save our club. I love Suwon fans so much. We can’t go through something like this.”

Suwon failed to overcome Kim Seung-dae’s winning goal early in the first half and lost 0-1 in the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 round 9 away match against Pohang Steelers held at Pohang Steel Yard on the 25th. 

While Pohang ran undefeated in 9 games and followed closely behind Ulsan, Suwon fell into a 9-game unbeaten swamp and could not get out of the bottom. 

Acting coach Seong-Yong Choi admitted that his debut match, the Super Match on the 22nd, using a modified back 3 was a failure, and then returned to the traditional back 3 system, but in the attack, Jin-Woo Jeon took out the zero top card in the first half. 

However, it collapsed as it failed to break through Pohang’s goal after conceding a goal due to Kim Seung-dae’s finish following a mistake. 

It is the worst start of the season with 2 losses in a row, 2 draws and 7 losses in the entire season under the acting system of Choi. 메이저놀이터

Nadson, a Brazilian Olympic representative, played for Suwon Samsung from 2003 to 2007. He played for four seasons, except for a loan out to Corinthians midway through 2006.

Nadson, who entered the Korean stage at the young age of 21, played the role of a solver for Suwon with 43 goals and 11 assists in 86 league games, and in the 2004 season, Suwon won the championship with 38 games, 14 goals and 4 assists, and became the first foreign MVP in K-League history. Awarded. 

After spending his heyday in Suwon, his career took a turn and he retired in 2016. 

Nadson went on to post a photo of himself from his time in Suwon on social media, saying, “We are struggling right now, but it’s important to remember the greatness and history of our club. It’s an honor to wear this shirt and represent our tradition. Keep fighting and our legacy.” Let’s stand”, revealing his affection for Suwon.

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