Two K League Classic coaches have quitted in just 24 hours following a spate of poor performances.
On Monday, Gwangju FC confirmed that coach Nam Ki-il was offered to resign due to the disastrous.
After 25 rounds, Gwangju FC are on the verge of relegation to the second division K League Challenge, standing at the last place in the 12-team league with four wins, 14 losses, and seven draws, amassing 19 points.
Nam is the second K League Classic coach to quit on the same day. Earlier, Gangwon FC coach Choi Yun-kyum was announced leaving after they have lost four of the past five matches to slip from third to sixth in the table.
With 37 points on 10 wins, nine losses and seven draws with 12 matches remaining, Gangwon FC are nine points behind the third placed Suwon Samsung Bluewings, the last qualification spot for next year’s AFC Champions League.