The terrorism of some malicious fans ruining the K-League representative Gyeongin Derby. Incheon United supporters need a midnight action.
FC Seoul won 2-1 with goals from Lim Sang-hyup and Kim Joo-sung in the opening game against Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 Incheon United held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 25th.
Seoul, which is aiming for a revival of the prestigious team, reported a pleasant victory against Incheon, which had been behind in the recent record, and scored 3 points. On the other hand, Incheon, which is about to compete in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL), finished in fourth place last season토토사이트, and felt regret at the derby.
Both Seoul’s counterattack and Incheon’s fighting spirit were worthy of applause. But there was a tee in the jade. Terrorism committed by some groups on the very day of the match.
Unidentified assailants broke into the warehouse of the Seoul supporters ‘Guardian’ at the Sangam World Cup Stadium in the early morning of the match day and committed terrorism.
The group of thugs put the words ‘Where is this banner’ and ‘KILL THE RED-BLACK’ and a sticker depicting a person spraying pesticides on the warehouse.
Also, in the warehouse, the phrase ‘Pax before ointment’ was written with black lacquer spray. All of them contain derogatory titles or insults to Seoul.
In particular, ‘Where is this banner’ is a reference to the theft of a stole in Seoul and Incheon in 2008, which can be seen as the beginning of the Gyeongin Derby.
In August 2008, Seoul supporters kept a hanging hanging in the warehouse that read, ‘Put on the wings of ten million guardian spirits’, but lost it. The problem is that the hook was torn in half and appeared in a game held at Incheon Home Munhak Stadium on October 4, 2008.
In particular, it was used to mock Seoul fans by getting caught in the S seat. Since then, fans in Seoul and Incheon have been fighting, leading to a lot of controversy.
The Gyeongin Derby was originally fierce, but it is safe to say that it became more overheated after the theft of this hanging.
The terrorist who committed the crime is highly likely to be an old Incheon fan who knows the case well, as it is a 14-year-old incident.
On the 28th, 4 days after the game, Suhoshin said through SNS, “In the past, in 2008, Incheon supporters committed a Suhoshin warehouse and stole a banner.” pointed out.
He added, “This year, we used lacquer and stickers to damage the outer wall of the Guardian God warehouse. All three crimes occurred right before the Incheon match. We obtained pictures of the small meeting through CCTV. We will provide all of them to the police.”
The Gyeongin Derby between Seoul and Incheon has established itself as the K-League’s representative derby. However, regardless of this, terrorism outside the stadium must be avoided.
Because of some of these, all Incheon supporters should not be disparaged. However, it seems clear that the Incheon club needs self-cleaning for some fans who commit reckless behavior.