Mihailo Petrovic on Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo’s Struggles in J.League 2024

The challenging start for Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo under coach Mihailo Petrovic: A look at their 2024 season so far

“Mihailo Petrovic”, head coach of “Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo”, home to Thai forward Supachoke Sarachat, expressed concern over the team’s underwhelming performance in the 2024 season’s initial four games, failing to secure a victory and plummeting to the bottom of the league table. The “Owls of the North” have played four matches, recording zero wins, one draw, and three losses, securing just one point and ranking 20th. Their goal tally stands at a mere one, while they’ve conceded seven goals. Petrovic, who has been part of the squad since 2018, acknowledged the team’s lackluster start, attributing it to injuries sustained during the preseason training camp and on-the-job tactical adjustments that have impacted gameplay.

In an effort to rectify the situation, Petrovic and his coaching staff have implemented measures to prevent recurrent injuries, including regular blood tests and post-match medical assessments by a team doctor, aiming to enhance the team’s performance. Looking ahead, Consadole Sapporo is set to clash with Vissel Kobe in their upcoming J1 League 2024 fixture on Saturday, March 30, 2024, at 12:00 noon (Thai time) at Noevier Stadium Kobe. With their sights set on a much-needed turnaround, Petrovic remains optimistic about the team’s prospects moving forward.

Mohamed Suez

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