FC Seoul recruits next-generation flanker Choi Joon “to be a player worthy of the team’s status.”

“Grow with uS, GS” GS Sports Professional Football Team FC Seoul (hereinafter FC Seoul) has begun a strong step toward a new leap forward by recruiting Choi Joon (24), a next-generation side defender verified in the K League.랭크카지노주소

FC Seoul succeeded in strengthening its defense by recruiting Choi Joon, who can play both left and right wingbacks. Choi Joon first joined Ulsan HD in 2020 as a designated player and then started his professional career as a loan player from Gyeongnam FC in June of the same year. After that, he moved to Busan I’Park in 2021 and became a leading player of the team by playing a wide range until 2023.

Choi Jun has consistently played for the national team by age and has shown his true value without regret. In particular, he made a great contribution to winning the runner-up prize by scoring the winning goal with a sensuous shot in the semifinal match against Ecuador at the 2019 U-20 Poland World Cup. At the 2023 Hangzhou Asian Games, he also helped his team win a gold medal and imprinted his presence on soccer fans.

FC Seoul, which boasted its strong attack strength by ranking No. 1 in the number of goals scored (63 points) last season, but left relatively little room for defense, will be able to add stability to its defense by recruiting Choi Joon, who was considered the “biggest fish” in the winter transfer market. In addition, it will be able to strengthen its power in offense and defense by establishing one of the best side lines in the K-League. Above all, Choi’s joining is expected to greatly contribute to the management of team tactics that FC Seoul coach Kim Ki-dong will draw up in the 2024 season.

Choi Joon said, “I’m now in my fifth year of professional career, and I’m looking forward to being able to challenge the K League 1 stage again, and I’m just glad that the team is FC Seoul. Above all, I decided because I thought Seoul was a team that could compete for the championship, and I think it’s a competitive team in Asia beyond the K League. I never thought I’d come to FC Seoul, but now that I’m here, I’ll try my best to be a player who fits the status of the club.”

Choi, who has completed his contract, will be called up on Jan. 5 to greet new coach Kim Ki-dong and other teammates for the first time and begin warming up for the 2024 season. Meanwhile, FC Seoul’s first winter training camp will take place in Hua Hin, Thailand, from Jan. 9-28.

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