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Relegated to the second division, Suwon in the K-League, and Kwon Chang-hoon, the core of the team, are shocked again by the

Jeonbuk Hyundai in the K League 1 made an official announcement on Tuesday that it has recruited former national midfielder Kwon Chang-hoon. “We have recruited Kwon Chang-hoon, who played for Suwon Samsung until last year after returning to Korea through Suwon Samsung (2013-2016), Dijon FCO (2017-2011, France), and SC Freiburg (2019-2021), as a free agent,” Jeonbuk said on the day.

Kwon has played for various age groups and adult national teams, including the 2012 U-19 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Championship, the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup, the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, and the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The K-League’s record stands at 21 goals and 10 assists in 144 games. His strength is his reckless play that penetrates the defense line and sharp left foot kick.

Kwon is currently recovering from his injury. “We need some time for rehabilitation, but we need to recognize the real thing,” Jeonbuk said. “The team will work together with the doctor of the best soccer team in Korea and the medical team to revive his skills and performance for his speedy return to the ground.”

“After a lot of thought, I decided to go to Jeonbuk. It was a really important decision in my soccer career,” Kwon said through his Jeonbuk team. “I deeply appreciate the Jeonbuk team for their consideration and I will definitely repay them. I will prove my value to myself.”

There are mixed reactions inside and outside the Suwon club that sent Kwon Chang-hoon away. While there are opinions that players’ choices should be respected, there are also criticisms that they have turned away from clubs and fans who have consistently supported them. 슬롯사이트 순위

In fact, Kwon Chang-hoon represented Suwon in the early-mid 2010s. A native of Matang High School in Suwon, he played 109 games while playing for Suwon for four years from 2013 to 2016, recording 22 goals and nine assists (18 goals and seven assists in 90 K-League matches, one goal and two assists in six FA Cup matches, and three goals in 13 Asian Football Confederation Champions League matches). He set a monumental record by selecting the first national team for Suwon Youth, and becoming the first player from Suwon Youth to play in Europe.

Kwon returned to Korea after playing in the 2020-2021 Bundesliga, and returned to Suwon in mid-2021 to prepare for joining the military. Kwon, who had scored one goal in 11 matches, joined the military at the end of the same year. Kwon, who was discharged from the Gimcheon Sangmu FC, a professional soccer team in the Korean military athletic unit, in June last year, was expected to help Suwon, which had been struggling with a slump, escape from the relegation zone, but failed to play in the end.

He apologized to Suwon fans in an Instagram post. “First of all, I would like to apologize to Suwon Samsung Bluewings fans,” Kwon Chang-hoon said. “I feel a great responsibility and am just sorry that I have been receiving support from Suwon fans throughout my career, and that I was no help when the team was in trouble.”

“I was injured while serving in the military this year and was discharged from the military in that state,” he said. “At that time, Suwon was in a very difficult situation, and I did my best to treat and rehabilitate with the desire to return quickly, but my condition did not improve, so I had to make the final choice of surgery.”

“I really did my best to rehabilitate after the surgery with the hope that I could play even for a minute, but I couldn’t return within the season and I had no choice but to accept the result of being out of the season,” he added.

Kwon Chang-hoon failed to join Suwon after injury and surgery, while Lee Young-jae, who was discharged from Gimcheon with Kwon Chang-hoon in June, saved his team from relegation after returning to local rival Suwon FC. Lee Young-jae scored a goal at the end of the second half in the second leg of the “Hana One Q K League 2023 Elevation Playoff (PO)” against Busan I-Park, the second-place team in the K League 2, in December last year to extend the match, and Suwon FC eventually succeeded in staying in the first division. On the other hand, Suwon finished the league in 12th place, the lowest place, and was automatically relegated to the second division.

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