Hwang Sun-hong’s Olympic soccer team and overseas defender Kim Ji-soo failed to join

The Korean Olympic soccer team, which will compete in the 2024 AFC U-23 Asian Cup led by Hwang Sun-hong, failed to join overseas defender Kim Ji-soo (Brentford) due to his team’s circumstances. Accordingly, the Korea Football Association announced on the 8th that it has selected Kim Dong-jin of the K League 1 Pohang Steelers as a substitute for Kim Ji-soo.

Kim Ji-soo is a 190-cm-tall center back who plays for Brentford and was one of the key resources of the defense envisioned by Hwang. However, he was unable to participate in the event due to opposition from his team.

At the same time, the joining of side striker Yang Hyun-joon, who plays for Celtic, was also canceled due to opposition from his team. This is increasing the difficulty of coach Hwang Sun-hong’s team formation.

Selected as a substitute, Kim Dong-jin is a central midfielder, born in 2003, who first joined the Pohang Steelers this season and made his professional debut. Although he was rushed to join as a substitute for Kim Ji-soo, Kim Dong-jin’s selection is expected to be a new opportunity.

Kim Dong-jin will leave for Dubai, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), after learning about the selection, to join Hwang Sun-hong’s training. The U-23 national team, led by Hwang Sun-hong, is scheduled to participate in the AFC U-23 Asian Cup, which will open in Doha, Qatar on the 15th.

The games are an important gateway to the 2024 Paris Olympics finals, with teams ranking first to third automatically making it to the Olympics. If South Korea makes it to the Paris Olympics finals, it will be the first country in the world to achieve its grand 10th consecutive Olympic finals.

BY: 온라인카지노

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