‘Lee Kang-in’s family’ lost to Valencia and Seville… ‘Is it really demoted in 35 years?’

Lee Kang-in’s home, Valencia, is showing no signs of coming up.

Valencia suffered a 0-2 defeat to Sevilla in the 29th round of Spanish La Liga in the 2022-23 season held at Mestaya Stadium in Valencia, Spain on the 17th at 4:00 am (Korean time). Valencia are in 18th place with 27 points.

Valencia, who sacked coach Gennaro Gattuso and appointed coach Ruben Baraja, needed a win against Sevilla. All key resources such as Edinson Cavani, Jose Gaya, and Yunus Musa were sent, but they showed disappointing performance먹튀검증. In the 10th minute of the second half, Loic Baade conceded a goal and was drawn 0-1. In the 30th minute of the second half, Suso Fernandez conceded another goal, widening the gap. To make matters worse, Elix Moriba was sent off in the 39th minute of the second half and was outnumbered.

In the end, Valencia lost 0-2. No win with 1 draw and 3 losses in 4 league games. Even if the range is increased to 6 games, there is only one win. Meanwhile, Valencia remains in the relegation zone. The expected effect amid the resignation of manager Gattuso is not being seen. Baraja’s tactical abilities are being questioned. Meanwhile, Valencia are falling deeper and deeper into the swamp of relegation.

Valencia only stayed in La Liga after winning promotion in the 1987-88 season. In the meantime, numerous stars such as David Silva and Juan Mata have passed through, and Lee Kang-in has been active since his youth and made his name known in Korea. In the early 2000s, he won the Spanish La Liga twice and often reached the top ranks and went to the stage of the European Football Federation (UEFA) competition. In the 2003-04 season, he won UEL, the predecessor of the UEFA Europa League (UEL), and also won the Copa del Rey in the 2007-08 season and 2018-19 season to add trophies.

Even when performance is sluggish, good prospects continue to be produced and sold at appropriate transfer fees, creating a virtuous cycle. His reputation has plummeted in recent years. The tyranny of owner Peter Lim was great. Peter Lim, owner of the team, ruthlessly dismissed the coach or board members if they suggested a direction that was slightly different from his own. There were many times when key players and top-notch prospects broke away from Peter Lim’s dogmatic management.

This ups and downs continued until now and eventually drove them to the brink of relegation. You can go down to the second division after 35 years. It’s hard to imagine Valencia not being in La Liga, but that’s about to happen. There is still a chance to make a final struggle, so all members must move with one heart and one mind.

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