Hyundai Steel, ‘Women’s ACL’ Final Today

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asked May 19 in 3D Segmentation by casinositeking (240 points)

현대제철, 오늘 '여자 ACL' 결승…무능한 연맹은 7시간 전 공지

Hyundai Steel, ‘Women’s ACL’ final today… Incompetent Federation announced 7 hours in advance



Unlike the Japanese WE League, which has been in contact with AFC since March and has been actively promoting it, the Women's ACL will be held starting next year... WK League relies solely on the Football Association

Women's soccer The news that Incheon Hyundai Steel is aiming to become the top Asian women's team in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women's Club Championship final was first revealed the day before the game. 카지노사이트킹

Hyundai Steel will challenge for the top spot in Asia against Urawa Reds Ladies in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women's Club Championship final held at Urawa Komaba Stadium in Saitama, Japan at 6 p.m. on the 10th.

The AFC Women's Club Championship is a test event for the AFC Women's Champions League, which will be officially held starting from the 2024-2025 season.

The league winners from eight countries, including Korea, Japan, and Australia, will be divided into two groups of four teams and play in the group stage from November 6 to 12 last year took place.

Hyundai Steel, ranked first in Group B, advanced to the finals against Urawa, ranked first in Group A, but the finals were held after many twists and turns as the AFC recently notified the two teams and the leagues of both countries that it would cancel and then reschedule the finals without a clear reason.

The problem is that, unlike Japan's WE League, which immediately announced the entire process from the cancellation of the finals to the decision to resume, the Korea Women's Football Federation (hereinafter referred to as the Federation) and Hyundai Steel, which oversees the WK League, announced that the kick-off would be held at 9 p.m. on the 9th (Incheon), less than 24 hours before kickoff.

It is true that this was announced only through Hyundai Steel's social network service) and at 11:30 a.m. on the 10th (WK League website).

This is where the difference in administrative power between the Korean and Japanese league organizations was clearly revealed ahead of the special final.

The Hyundai Steel club and federation cited AFC's incomprehensible decision as the reason for the delayed notice.

Contrary to the explanations of Hyundai Steel and the federation, Japan's WE League and Urawa Club contacted AFC directly and showed a contrast by being quick and sharing practical information immediately.

Last March, the WE League announced, "AFC has notified us that it will not proceed with the finals of the tournament," and "We will work with the Japan Football Association (JFA) to determine the circumstances and reasons for the suspension of the finals to AFC."

The WE League, along with the Urawa club, also sent an official letter to AFC requesting reconsideration of holding the finals.

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