“I hated Valencia, who was released by Lee Kang-in… I was the director, but I had no choice but to leave.”

Spain’s Lelebo explained why Bordalas was forced to leave Valencia on the 8th (Korea time) under the title “Bordalas and Valencia’s tension, between false suggestions and Lee Kang-in’s lies.”

The media said, “Valencia fans give high marks even after leaving Bordalas. It was a short life, but Valencia fans like Bordalas. The love that Bordalas created with his fans is the only emotion that remains between Valencia and Bordalas. My relationship with Bordalas is not so good,” adding, “Today, the relationship has become so blurred that Bordalas experienced a new chapter of his life in Getafe.”

Bordalas, a Spanish coach, was recognized for his leadership at Getafe. He promoted Getafe, which was in the Segunda Liga in the 2016/17 season, to the Primera Liga and maintained a steady upper-middle-class performance. In the 2018/19 season, he made it to the UEFA Europa League finals, ranking fifth in the league, and advanced to the round of 16. 메이저 토토사이트

Bordalas, who coached Getafe until the 2020/21 season, was appointed as Valencia’s manager ahead of the 2021/22 season. He was then linked with Lee Kang-in, a promising Valencia player.

However, his relationship with Lee Kang-in did not last long. Lee Kang-in left Valencia and built a new nest in Mallorca. Lee Kang-in, who left Valencia, had a hard time in his first season in Mallorca, and Valencia, led by Bordalas, finished ninth in the league and second in the Copa del Rey.

Valencia fans wanted to be with Bordalas, but the news of the breakup was announced suddenly. Officially, the contract was terminated by mutual agreement, but it was reported that the main reason was a disagreement between Bordalas and Bordalas. Bordalas also seems to have had a lot of conflicts with the club officials in person.

Valencia’s release of Lee Kang-in was also one of the reasons why Bordalas collided with the board. According to Lelebo, Bordalas also confessed in May, “They said as soon as I arrived at the club, I had to sell Lee Kang-in. They said Lee Kang-in was a very bad player,” adding, “I couldn’t understand. He said he had to leave no matter what because he was a bad player. I was surprised. Even after training with Lee Kang-in for only two days, I told my coaches that Lee Kang-in is the best, and I don’t understand selling Lee Kang-in.”

“I couldn’t do anything. The club released Lee Kang-in as an FA. I was a young player, but I remember telling the coaching staff that he was the best throughout the two days of training together,” he added.

Bordalas mentioned his remarks again. “There was pressure from the club. We had to let young players play in the first division, but the club was in a hurry to sell Lee Kang-in,” Bordalas said, criticizing Valencia’s decision to sell Lee Kang-in at the time.

As a result, Bordalas and Lee Kang-in have been doing better since their split with Valencia. They left Getafe, which was on the verge of relegation last season, in the top division, and they are cruising to 10th place this season.

Lee Kang-in had difficulty playing in his first season in Mallorca, but he became the best prospect in La Liga as he was reborn as an ace last season. Based on his performance last season, big La Liga clubs such as Atletico Madrid wanted Lee Kang-in, and he joined the strongest Paris Saint-Germain in France last summer and is enjoying the most popularity.

According to Le Parisien in France, Lee Kang-in sold more uniforms online than PSG ace Kylian Mbappe. It is also gaining huge popularity in offline stores, ranking second after Mbappe.

In addition, PSG also played in a league match against Le Havre in a uniform with Korean names on it, marketing to capture Korean fans.

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