“Wouldn’t this season be a test stage for true (Yang) Hyun-jun?”

The best young player in the K-League 1 last year was Hyun-jun Ang (21, Gangwon FC). He roared with 8 goals and 4 assists in 36 league appearances. He had a glorious time in his second year, being called up to the A national team as well. He also made his name known in England by showing amazing breakthrough power in Tottenham Hotspur’s pre-season Korean tour friendly match.메이저사이트

How about this year, explosive dribbling and goal-making ability from the side is still one of the parts that Gangwon FC coach Choi Yong-soo is looking forward to. Last year, when Yang Hyun-joon seemed to have ups and downs, he immediately gave painful advice and made him stay alert.

Coach Choi said at the ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023 Opening Media Day’ held at The-K Hotel in Umyeon-dong, Seoul on the 20th, “Gangwon will put overall organizational power first, not specific individuals, just like last year. Of course, even if Kim Dae-won and Yang Hyun-jin performed well, this year It is not easy to maintain continuity in Edo, and it is difficult to guarantee.”

Still, Ang Hyeon-jun had to do something. Director Choi also said, “I’m looking forward to it, but last year, I was very lucky. This year, each person’s strengths and weaknesses must have been seen. I think it’s their job to overcome it again.” .

Director Choi, who has expectations by showing a good performance in training, said, “He always tried to maintain his skills steadily in field training. -22) The player resource is rather weak. We have to make good use of that friend again.”

Coach Choi, who believed that this year would be a real test stage for Yang Hyun-jun, said, “Last year, in fact, (opponent teams) played Yang Hyun-jun too much. There were so many things they did. expected to show the intelligence to withstand the pressure of

Director Choi, who said that he also needs to meet the heightened expectations of fans, said, “I also feel a sense of responsibility (for fostering Yang Hyeon-jun). I think there must be more that I can’t see. ” he advised.

He is Hyun-Jun Ang, who was further stimulated by his peer Oh Hyeon-Gyu (22, Celtic) advancing to the Scottish Premiership. He said, “I think it’s a good excitement. Aren’t the ages similar? I think it will be a good stimulus to show one’s ability in the K-League and develop competitiveness, so that you can go to Europe at any time.” .

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