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Breaking: Incheon United Part Company With Manager Jørn Andersen

Jørn Andersen sacked as Incheon United Manager
After five straight defeats Incheon United have parted company with manager Jørn Andersen. The former North Korea national team boss' last match in charge was a 3-0 home loss to league leaders Ulsan Hyundai.


K League 1 strugglers Incheon United have today parted company with manager Jørn Andersen. The Durumi, who despite beginning the season with a draw with Jeju United and a win over last year's runners up Gyeongnam FC, have suffered five straight defeats since.

Andersen took over in June 2018, replacing caretaker manager Park Sungchul following the departure of Lee Kihyung's two-year reign. The Norwegian was tasked with keeping Incheon in the top tier with the Neroazzurre at the wrong end of the table having picked up just one win from the first 14 matches of the season, a 3-2 home victory over Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors in Round 2.

United went on to win a further nine matches under Andersen in 2018 who was able guide Incheon to safety by finishing in ninth place, two points above the relegation playoff zone. The former Austria Salzburg and Karlsruher SC manager had a 37% win record from 27 games in charge of Incheon United.

Source: Naver

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