Hwang Ui-jo’s replacement of ‘illegal filming allegations’ Resident Kyu and Clins were the only ones who had no choice

Jürgen Klinsmann, head coach of the national soccer team, announced the list of 16 national players who will participate in the domestic convocation training starting on the 26th through the Korea Football Association on the 18th.월카지노

Players who participated in the domestic training, who were selected mainly by domestic players, will be convened at hotels in downtown Seoul from the 26th to the 31st to adjust their conditions by focusing on physical fitness indoors without outdoor training.

All K-League players will start training on the 26th, and overseas players will join the training according to their individual return schedules.

Coach Klinsmann is scheduled to announce the final entry for the Asian Cup on the 28th, which has increased from 23 to 26.

However, teams participating in the Asian Cup can only register 23 out of 26 players for each game, and the other three must sit on the technical sheet and watch the game.

The team will move to Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates on January 2 next year for its off-season training camp. Most overseas players will join the team from Abu Dhabi.

Joo Min-kyu (Ulsan), who was newly selected, failed to be listed again.

Joo Min-kyu, who became the top scorer in the K-League 1 last season, has drawn attention as a player who will complement the front line strikers. Hwang Ui-jo (Norwich City) has a problem.

Hwang Ui-jo, who has played as a front-line striker for the national soccer team, has become a suspect on charges of illegal filming.

The BBC said, “31-year-old striker Hwang Ui-jo was accused of filming sex with his ex-girlfriend on his mobile phone and sharing it on social media,” adding, “The Korea Football Association excluded him from the national team list until the results of the investigation came out on the 28th.”

Norwich City is also aware of the problem, he said. Nottingham Forest, Hwang’s original club, told the BBC that it would not take a stand until the investigation results are released.

To make matters worse, Hwang, who had already been under investigation in South Korea, quietly moved to the U.K. after the match against China in the second Asian qualifying round for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in North and Central America in China. When some overseas players were traveling by chartered plane, Hwang carefully moved to Guangzhou and left for the U.K.

Earlier on the 28th of last month, the Korea Football Association said it had decided not to select Hwang Ui-jo as a national team member until a clear conclusion was reached by the investigative agency.

Lee Yoon-nam, chairman of the ethics committee, said, “National team players have a duty to maintain their honor with a high degree of morality and responsibility,” adding, “In that sense, we considered that they had to manage various parts of their personal lives.”

He added, “We considered various circumstances, including concerns about how (the incident) will affect the national team and concerns about what national team fans will feel if Lee plays as a national team member.”

Therefore, it was highly likely that Joo Min-kyu would join the national team to reinforce the frontline strikers.

Joo Min-kyu was on the preliminary list (50 players) of the 2015 East Asian Cup under former coach Uli Stielike, but he was not selected for the final list and has never made the national team since then.

A total of 11 domestic players were Cho Hyun-woo, Kim Young-kwon, Jung Seung-hyun, Kim Tae-hwan, Seol Young-woo (Ulsan), Kim Jin-soo (Jeonbuk), Lee Ki-je (Suwon), Kim Joo-sung (Seoul), Lee Soon-min (Gwangju), Moon Sun-min and Park Jin-seop (Jeonbuk).

Although this list is not the final list to play in the Asian Cup, it will be virtually difficult for Joo Min-kyu to be selected again as it includes most of the domestic players who have been called up for the A match.

There are five overseas players participating in the domestic off-season training, including Cho Kyu-sung (Mitwhelan), Lee Jae-sung (Mintz), Hwang In-beom (Turbena Zvezda), Jung Woo-young (Stuttgart), and Lee Jae-sung (Mintz).

“As several players have to start preparing for the tournament after the season and are very tired, the purpose of this training is to allow the players to leave for Qatar in their best condition through proper rest and training,” Klinsmann said.

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