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East Coast Derby: 'Tactics don't work in derbies', Dave Bulthuis


A win in the East Coast Derby for Ulsan Hyundai this Sunday could see the Horangi move one step closer to sealing a first K League crown in 15 years. After coming close in 2019, Dutch defender Dave Bulthuis admits that the team are using last year's disappointment as motivation this time around.

East Coast Derbies have certainly been eventful since the 30-year-old moved to K League last year. Few will forget the Horangi's 4-1 loss on the last day of last season for which Ulsan had their redemption thanks to a 4-0 win at the Steelyard earlier in the campaign. But, regardless of what is on the line, the East Coast Derby is a game which is like no other, according to Bulthuis.

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"The game against Pohang is always a special game, all players know that - especially for the supporters. It will always be a special game and it's not like every other game. I think, in these kinds of derbies, tactics don't work. I think the team that runs more and fights more will win. I have seen this a lot in my career, like when I was in Utrecht against Ajax, we always won from Ajax because we just worked harder. I hope we can do the same against Pohang. Every game that we play now is a final. "

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Eulji Lewis


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