Seoul Eland FC names Kim Do-gyun as its new head coach

Seoul Irand FC, a professional soccer club in the K League, announced on Thursday that it has appointed former Suwon FC head coach Kim Do-gyun as its head coach for the 2024 season. “We highly appreciated his aggressive style of soccer and his leadership in guiding the players,” the club said in a statement, adding, “We judged him to be the right person to lead the club in the 2024 season, especially given his ability to secure promotion and stabilize the team in the K League 1.” Kim made his debut with Ulsan Hyundai in 1999 and went on to become one of the league’s leading defensive midfielders, including serving as captain of the 2000 Sydney Olympic team.

After serving as Ulsan’s youth team coach, Ulsan’s scout, and general director of youth, Kim took the helm of Suwon FC in 2019. Playing a fiery brand of attacking soccer, Kim led Suwon FC straight to the K League 1 in his first year in charge, and the team finished fourth in the regular season in 2021.”As a footballer, I was interested in the development and promotion of the club,” Kim said, “and I will do my best to inject new energy into the team.” Founded in 2014, the team parted ways with former head coach Park Chung-gyun after a year and searched for a new manager after finishing 11th out of 13 teams in the 2023 season of the K League 2, and decided to bring Kim on board for the 2024 season, the team’s 10th anniversary. The team will soon begin preparations 카지노사이트킹 for the 2024 season, including appointing a coaching staff and organizing the roster.

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