“I’m alone, hairband…” Cho Kyu-sung’s SNS with malicious comments on his sluggish performance

On Cho Kyu-sung’s most recent post on Instagram on the 22nd, there were mixed opinions that he should point out his performance or support him nonetheless. This seems to be a feedback of regret over the Korean national soccer team’s somewhat sluggish performance against Jordan in the second group match of the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup held in Doha, Qatar on the 20th.

However, rather than criticizing his performance alone, some netizens have responded by pointing out his history of appearing in entertainment programs or his long hair. They expressed regret, saying, “If you search for Lee Kang-in on YouTube, it will be filled with soccer highlights, and if you search for Cho Kyu-sung, you will find a variety show that is mixed up with me.” “I can’t concentrate on soccer because I’m paying attention to my hair band,” “You look heavy, so I cut your hair neatly.” “How could you pay attention to soccer by touching your hair throughout the game? Stop pretending to be cool and just focus on soccer,” and “Honestly, I care too much about your hair. Go back to the beginning.”

An online community user who was watching the game in real time said, “My father keeps telling me to cut Cho Kyu-sung’s hair in the living room, why is it so funny? You did a good job when you were short,” and added, “I think your hair is a problem no matter how I look at it.” Some fans said Cho Kyu-sung had the highest scoring ability in the military, and that “the shorter his hair, the better he is.”

However, some of those who left comments on Cho Kyu-sung’s SNS said, “Greed is not justified,” “Let’s leave malicious comments. We are still in the Asian Cup tournament,” “I don’t think I am cursing first even though I can’t cheer for the national team player,” “Let’s wait and see until the next game,” “People can make mistakes,” and “Let’s curse and cheer properly.”

Cho was criticized for his shot in front of goal as a striker in the match against Jordan. Cho started as one-top in the 4-2-3-1 formation, but did not score a goal as he did in the match against Bahrain.

In particular, when Lee Ki-je’s mid-range shot was blocked by the goalkeeper in the 55th minute of the first half, Cho Kyu-sung shot again, but the ball missed the post, causing controversy over his decision-making ability. In the second half, he was replaced by Oh Hyun-kyu (Celtic) after missing several opportunities without any significant performance.

MBC’s “I Live Alone,” which aired on the 12th and 19th, revealed what kind of daily life Cho Kyu-sung spends after moving to FC Mitwilan in Denmark. 토토사이트 추천

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