Reporter Jae-sang Lee = Gangwon FC of the K-League 1, a professional soccer team, released goalkeeper Kim Jeong-ho (25), who recently caused controversy due to drunk driving.
On the 19th, Gangwon announced through the club channel, “We have terminated the contract with Kim Jeong-ho. We would like to apologize once again to the fans who love Gangwon.”
Kim Jeong-ho became controversial after being caught drunk driving on the morning of the 11th. The Gangwon club confirmed Kim Jeong-ho’s drunk driving and immediately notified the Korea Professional Football League.
On the 13th, the federation suspended Kim Jeong-ho for 60 days from participating in official K-League games. ‘Suspension of activities’ refers to a temporary suspension of K-League-related activities of the subject for 60 days (extendable up to 90 days) when it is difficult to review the reward and punishment committee within a short period of time for misconduct that causes social controversy or damages the value of the K-League. It’s action.
Ultimately, on this day, the Gangwon club parted ways with Kim Jeong-ho by terminating his contract. It was a somewhat expected procedure.
Previously, this season, Jonathan of K League 2 FC Anyang and Ras of Suwon FC of K League 1 were both released from the team after being caught drunk driving.스포츠토토
Kim Jeong-ho, born in 1998, played at Kaesong High School and Busan I-Park before wearing the Gangwon uniform in 2021. He played in a total of 9 games for Gangwon, but has no appearances this year.