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The venue was the same as Jeonju World Cup Stadium, Jeonbuk’s home stadium.

The K League 1 proceeded as it was, and the Jeonbuk club’s official announcement was made before that. Jeonbuk said on the 6th, “The 2023 Saemangeum World Scout Jamboree’s K-pop performance event and closing ceremony will be held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 11th (Fri). Therefore, the schedule for the two home games (FA Cup Incheon and League Suwon) scheduled to be held next week will be changed,” he officially announced.

As a result, Incheon’s plans were all ruined. Incheon had 40 people, including the team and staff, going down to Jeonju early to prepare for the league and FA Cup schedule. There were also all accommodations that continued to the FA Cup schedule, but they had to cancel and withdraw to Incheon.

And on the 7th, Incheon said on its club channel, “We would like to inform you that the 2023 Hana One Q FA Cup semifinals against Jeonbuk Hyundai, which was scheduled at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, August 9, have been postponed. The exact schedule will be announced later. Around noon (12:00) today, all the athletes waiting in Jeonju withdrew after receiving an official letter from the association about the change of the game schedule. “Our club tried our best to ensure that the FA Cup semifinals went ahead as scheduled, but we regret that the schedule has been unilaterally changed, and we ask for your generous understanding.”

What drew attention to Incheon’s official announcement was that “all the players waiting in Jeonju withdrew after receiving an official letter from the association about changing the game schedule unilaterally. “Our club tried its best to ensure that the FA Cup semifinals went ahead as scheduled, but we regret that the schedule was unilaterally changed.” The expression ‘unilaterally’ came out twice.

As a result, as the Jamboree K-POP concert was confirmed to be held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 11th, only the FA Cup semifinals between Incheon and Jeonbuk have been postponed indefinitely.

The identified timeline is (1) Sunday (August 6) 2:40 p.m. ET: Call the Association – Incheon Football Stadium home game can be held 2) Sunday 4:40 p.m. ET: Incheon Club Reply – Incheon Football Stadium home game can be held 3) Sunday 11 p.m. ET 4) Monday (August 7 a.m.: Incheon Club Agree Monday 5 p.m.).

The league match between Incheon and Jeonbuk was held at 7 p.m. on the 6th. Prior to this, around 2:40 p.m., the association asked the Incheon club whether it could hold a home game and replied that it was possible two hours later. However, the association later notified that the game schedule would be suddenly changed. The decision will be made between August 29 and 30. In response, the Incheon club expressed its position that the schedule could not be changed. Meanwhile, the Jeonbuk club was contacted about the progress of the third ball, and later received an official letter from the Jeonbuk club at around 11 p.m. whether they agreed to proceed with the third ball. Incheon was originally in a position to comply with the regulations, but understood the situation as a national event and sent a reply to the consent to proceed with the third district the next morning. Rather than changing the schedule, I wanted to move the place and proceedings.

However, at noon on the 7th, the Incheon club received an official letter from the association about “changing the schedule.” Just minutes before receiving the official letter, when the Incheon club contacted the association to decide on the team’s move and asked if it would finally proceed at the third stadium, the association suddenly notified that the schedule would be changed. The official letter reportedly said, “Please cooperate for the viewing of many fans.” There was no explanation for the most controversial regulations on the “decision of the venue of Article 15” at present, and the game was postponed without even discussion for Incheon, which was preparing to host the third stadium.

There is no “communication” in the process

The association said on its official channel on the 8th, “The Korea Football Association has decided to postpone the FA Cup semifinals between Jeonbuk and Incheon, which were scheduled to be held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 9th, and the schedule will be announced later after consultation with the association. Due to external variables that prevented the use of Jeonju World Cup Stadium due to the issue of hosting a K-POP concert at the World Scout Jamboree event, the Korea Football Association decided to postpone the game schedule around noon on the 7th and notified the two clubs in an official letter. “We are sorry that soccer fans who planned to attend the game as variables related to the World Scout Jamboree Event, and both clubs preparing for home and away games have disrupted their schedules and preparations,” he wrote.

The official announcement was made on the morning of the 8th. It is right that the discussion should proceed from the day of the official announcement because quick schedule coordination is needed. Even if it was not 100% confirmed, he should have contacted Incheon and Jeonbuk clubs to set a rough flow. But it didn’t happen.

Then, what date should the association choose. Currently, the expected dates are August 29th to 30th, and the A match break in September. However, the dates mentioned are impossible for both Incheon and Jeonbuk clubs. First of all, Incheon will face Gwangju FC on the 18th, ACL playoffs on the 22nd, Suwon FC on the 25th, and Pohang Steelers on September 2nd, starting with the match against Daegu FC on the 13th. The expected Aug. 29-30 is too physically cruel.

Jeonbuk is equally difficult because there are many people who are transferred to the national team during the A-match break in September. If the Asian Games national team is excluded along with the A national team, the damage will be severe. All of these players will not be allowed as they are classified as key resources in Jeonbuk.

It’s up to the association. It is necessary to create a certain alternative that both Incheon and Jeonbuk can nod. No one should be excluded from the process. Incheon, Jeonbuk, and the association should face each other to produce reasonable results. To be fair, so as not to be one sided.안전놀이터 추천

This match is the semifinals of the FA Cup at the top cup competition in Korea.

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