Coaches depart at K-League season end
Two coaches have left teams following the end of the K-League season, with Jung Hae-Sung resigning from Chunnam Dragons and Daegu FC firing Lee Yong-Jin.
Chunnam finished seventh, just missing out on the play-off spots and Jung - assistant coach to the Korea Republic team at the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, accepted responsibility for failing to make the top six. He announced his departure from the team after just one season in charge.
Meanwhile, Lee leaves after two years in charge of the perennial strugglers - despite leading the team to 12th in the 2011, their best finish since 2008.
He told reporters: "I am a little confused and find it hard to understand. We have the lowest wage structure of any of the 16 teams except Sangju and I think that relatively speaking, we have had good results."