Another ‘0 for 29’ match. Ajou University, led by head coach Ha Seok-ju, won 29-0 in the second group stage match of the 18th First and Second Year University Football Championship Baekdu Intermediate Group against Yewon University of Arts at the D Stadium in Taebaek, Gangwon Province on April 4.
It was a bittersweet reality. An official from the Korea University Football Association said on April 4, “Yewon University of Arts had a total of 15 players registered. However, due to injuries, only 10 players played in the first game. Before the second game, more injuries came out. We started the game with only eight players. However, at the start of the second half, two more players left due to injury. According to the rules, the game cannot be played without seven players. At the start of the second half, a forfeit was declared. Ajou University won 29-0,” he explained. Yewon University of the Arts lost 0-29 against Gumi University on the 2nd. However, this game was more serious. 메이저사이트 They didn’t have enough players to play, so they went down without completing the full 90 minutes.
An official from the Korea University Football Association said, “If you don’t participate in even one competition in a year, it becomes a reason to disband the soccer team.” An official from the Korea Football Association explained, “You must participate in at least one tournament approved by the KFA in the year.” University elite soccer teams receive funding from the Korea University Sports Council. Yewon University of the Arts did not participate in the U-League this year. However, the U-League is not mandatory. The university reportedly entered the tournament as a regular player, not an elite player. The team will play its final group game on Saturday against Daegu University.