Asnawi Mangkualam Optimistic to Bring Ansan Greeners Promotion to K-League 1, but…

Football player from Indonesia, Asnawi Mangkualam, believes his team, Ansan Greeners , can be promoted to K-League 1, South Korea’s highest caste soccer competition. However, it takes work to make it happen.

Currently, Ansan Greeners is in fifth place in the K-League 2 standings with 14 points from nine matches. Asnawi and his friends are only three points behind Anyang who is at the top.

That means, Ansan Greeners’ opportunity for K-League 1 promotion next season is wide open. Moreover, K-League 2 still has 27 games left.

“If we are optimistic, we are sure. In every game we aim to win to get to the top flight. But it takes hard work, because every team here has the same quality,” said Asnawi, during a virtual chat with reporters, Tuesday (4/5/2021). ).

“There are no bottom clubs and no top clubs,” he added.

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Different from Indonesia
Asnawi added that he had never felt the tight competition in the K-League 2 in Indonesia. Every player must have the stamina and mental steel to navigate the competition in South Korea.

“It’s quite different from Indonesia. Here, stamina is prioritized, mental strength must be strong, moreover the competition is very tight,” said Asnawi.

“All teams have almost the same quality. In matches, if they win only 1-0, 2-0, rarely will they win 3-0,” added the former PSM Makassar player.

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Asnawi Mangkualam Begins to Overcome Language Barriers in South Korea

The language barrier that Asnawi Mangkualam had experienced in South Korea has begun to be resolved. Because, there was an interpreter who helped him during training with the K-League 2 team, Ansan Greeners .

Not only that, Asnawi also studied South Korean. But, what he learned was still basic.

“The matter of language is now safe. Every practice there is a translator from Korean to Indonesian. I am also here while learning Korean,” said Asnawi, during a virtual chat with reporters, Tuesday (4/5/2021).

“There are also friends here who can speak English. So of course, friends here also help,” he added.

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Discuss Football Together
Asnawi added, the language of football in South Korea and Indonesia is no different. Therefore, it was not difficult for him to understand what the coach was saying.

“Right-left, one-two, passing. The language of football is almost the same as using English. Crossing, throw-in use English,” he said.

“But I’m still learning hangul words. I just memorized it, I still don’t know what it means,” added Asnawi.

Meanwhile, Asnawi has been brought in by Ansan Greeners since early 2021. The player who can operate as a right-back or midfielder is under contract for one year.

 

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