Road FC President Jeong Moon-hong sent a helping hand to manager Hong Myung-bo, who has recently been at the center of controversy. Recently, coach Hong Myung-bo of Ulsan Hyundai, a professional soccer team, was angry at the transfer of midfielder Amano Jun from Japan.
The incident started when Jun Amano, who played on loan to Ulsan Hyundai, transferred from his original team, Yokohama, to Jeonbuk Hyundai on loan ahead of this season.
Jun Amano claimed that Ulsan Hyundai had never held a formal negotiation position, but manager Hong Myung-bo explained the negotiation process at a press conference and refuted Amano Jun’s remarks.
Director Hong said, “When I first talked with me, I said, ‘Money is not important,’ but in the end I moved to Jeonbuk because of money. He lied and went to Jeonbuk, but I have met a lot of Japanese players so far, but it is the worst ever,” he criticized Amano.
In response, Chairman Jung Moon-hong said, “I have been running Road FC and have experienced numerous situations. He also fostered his students and contributed greatly to the future of MMA in Korea. He took into account various factors and has run a large company, so I can understand director Hong Myung-bo’s mind.” 먹튀검증
Also, “I don’t completely agree with director Hong Myung-bo’s remarks, but I sympathize with his frustrated mind a hundred times. If you make a statement like this, he says, ‘I’m narrow-minded’, and the leader says, ‘You have to be generous.’”
Because unexpected situations happen in the sports world, unfair victims often come out. That’s why it’s important to look at the case from a multi-faceted perspective.
Chairman Chung said, “If players don’t like it, they act as they please without considering the position of the association or team, and if they don’t like it from their point of view, they expose it. Manipulate and incite. He conveyed the reality that exists in the sports world, saying, “If you do not respond and suffer inside, you will be framed for unfair reasons.”
He continued, “It’s a turbid world where we don’t know how to deal with it, but rather than being treated as an old-fashioned old man, director Hong Myung-bo, who speaks out for himself, also thinks he’s ‘adjusting to the trend of the times’. The public is on the side of the players rather than the coaches or associations, and as a result, the players are also confidently voicing their voices.