Professional football ‘legend’ Dejan (retired-Montenegro) took a swipe at Asian Games coach Hwang Sun-hong, saying that his “ability to manage the squad was a bakery” when he led FC Seoul.Dejan, who played for FC Seoul during his playing career, wrote an article on his blog titled “Why I Crossed the Bridge of No Return” on 7 July, explaining how he parted ways with the club in 2017 and giving a very negative assessment of Hwang’s leadership in Seoul.”He (Hwang) had good ideas in terms of football, but his ability to manage the squad was his Achilles heel,” Dejan wrote.”Above all, he believed he could change everything at FC Seoul, which was a big mistake,” he said. “He treated FC Seoul like his own team. Five years after his departure, the team still hasn’t returned to its original position.”Hwang took over for Choi Yong-soo, who left for the Chinese league in the second half of 2016. Seoul fans had high hopes for Hwang, who previously won the league and Korean Football Association Cup (FA Cup) with the Pohang Steelers in 2013 without a single foreign player.Under Hwang, Seoul won the league title in 2016, but fell into a “dark period” in 2017.The club finished fifth in 2017, and the 2018 season was their worst yet, leading to Hwang’s resignation in April. Seoul were forced to fight their way into the relegation playoffs that winter.Dejan’s account of the situation suggests that Hwang’s disrespect for senior and foreign players in his bid 바카라사이트 to take control of the squad was one of the reasons for the failure.