“Amano Jun, cool and calm”… Japanese media sheds light on ‘national player controversy’
The Japanese media commented on Jun Amano, who responded to manager Hong Myung-bo’s criticism through an interview, as being calm and calm.
Recently, the K-League is hot with a story about a player who transferred between two teams with a strong sense of rivalry. It is because of Jun Amano who experienced both Ulsan and Jeonbuk, ‘Hyundai’s rival’.
Amano, who belongs to Yokohama F. Marinos, played an active role as a loaner at Ulsan Hyundai in the 2021 season and contributed to Ulsan’s first K-League 1 championship in 17 years. After the season, Amano moved to Jeonbuk Hyundai on loan instead of accompanying Ulsan.
As Hyundai’s rivals compete for the championship in recent years, the rivalry has become very intense. In the meantime, Amano, who helped Ulsan win the league title for the first time in 17 years last year, decided to join Jeonbuk, and the battle of nerves between the two teams intensified.
Ulsan coach Hong Myung-bo conducted an interview at the clubhouse in Dong-gu, Ulsan, and expressed a strong sense of betrayal, saying, “He is the worst Japanese player I have ever met.” At the time, manager Hong also criticized Amano’s attitude, saying, “In the end, he moved to Jeonbuk Hyundai for money.”
Amano also did not keep his mouth shut at Director Hong’s remarks. In an interview conducted at the Jeonbuk clubhouse, Amano revealed why he chose Jeonbuk. 먹튀검증
Regarding the reason that it was because of money, he said, “The director made a statement that he was a liar or followed money, but he did not. We talked about the contract with Ulsan from last summer. He explained that Ulsan’s offer was late, saying, “Even after the season was over, there was no official offer from Ulsan even after going to Japan.”
Regarding the feeling of newly joining Jeonbuk, “This year, different teams will compete for the championship, but this year, as a Jeonbuk Hyundai player, I will work hard so that I can win the treble with Jeonbuk coach Kim Sang-sik and a good team. We will compete in our respective positions.”
The Japanese media evaluated Amano’s interview with him for calmly and calmly responding to director Hong’s criticism.
Japanese media ‘Football Tribe’ reported the interview on the 12th, saying, “Amano was calm and calm in the criticism of Ulsan Hyundai manager.”
The media commented, “Jun Amano responded calmly to the fact that he changed his club, saying that it was not a simple decision and that he had chosen to reach a higher level.”
He then emphasized the contradiction between Amano’s remarks and Hong’s remarks, saying, “I just thought about what was right for me and said that I was not 100% sure of the transfer.”
Football Tribe also shared Amano’s aspirations, saying, “I am aiming to win in all competitions, including the league, domestic cup competitions, and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League, and I want to leave more than ideal results when I am at Ulsan Hyundai.”