Lee Geun-ho, President of the ‘Goodbye Legends’ Professional Football Players Association, retires from active duty

The Korea Professional Footballers’ Association has decided to hold a retirement ceremony for its president, Lee Geun-ho, who has announced his retirement from active duty at the end of this season, at a charity match in 카지노사이트 Suwon in December.

President Lee Geun-ho, who is leaving his longtime stomping grounds, Vice President Yeom Ki-hoon, who is retiring after this season, and Vice President Park Joo-ho, who retired during the spring season, will hold a joint retirement ceremony on December 16 at the 2nd Players’ Association Charity Game at Aju University Gymnasium in Suwon.

At the charity game, which will feature all-star players from the K League and WK League, including Chairman Lee Geun-ho and Vice Chairman Yeom Ki-hoon, the Players’ Association will hold a joint retirement ceremony for the second year in a row, leading the way for a respectful soccer culture that seniors and juniors create together.

Kim Hoon-ki, secretary general of the Players’ Association, said, “This is a joint retirement ceremony designed to lead a respectful football culture, and it is meaningful to be able to invite the president of the Players’ Association, who is retiring from active service, to support his second life. We will do our best to create a good place for seniors and juniors to celebrate the second act of their lives together.”

Kim continued, “As the main executives of the KFA take off their soccer shoes for this event at the Aju University Gymnasium, we hope that many fans will come and give us a strong applause of support. The Players’ Association will make every effort to prepare for the charity game smoothly and show the fans a good show.”

Meanwhile, the Players’ Association said it is stepping up preparations for the 2nd Players’ Association Charity Game, which will be held on December 16 at the Aju University Gymnasium in Suwon.

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