‘Post Kim Jin-soo’ is growing in Jeju, ‘Hidden Card’ of Suwon FC manager Park Cheol-woo and Kim Do-gyun

‘Post Kim Jin-soo’ is growing well in Jeju Island. The main character is Park Cheol-woo (26), left-sided defender of Suwon FC.

Park Cheol-woo is the ‘hidden card’ of Suwon FC coach Kim Do-gyun in the 2023 season. Coach Kim lost Park Min-kyu, who played an active role as the starting left-sided defender last season. enlisted in the military In particular, coach Kim is aiming for a three-back operation in the new season. A situation where you need a wingback with good air defense. The team’s left wingback resources include Hwang Soon-min, who was brought in from Daegu last year, and Park Cheol-woo, who played on loan from Chungnam-Asan.

Until the lid was opened, ‘veteran’ Hwang Soon-min (33) was ahead of the main competition. However, when the Thai field training began, Park Cheol-woo began to catch the eye of coach Kim. It was reminiscent of Kim Jin-soo (31, Jeonbuk), with fast speed, dribbling and breaking through brilliant skills, and sharp crosses. Although there are things that have been improved, such as his positioning, organized play, and defensive power, coach Kim praised him as “a player who has a lot of things.” The common opinion of the coaching staff is that Chungnam-Asan has grown a lot. In the practice game against Gangneung City Hall held at Hyodon Soccer Field in Seogwipo City, Jeju Island on the 9th, he also showed off his charm for 90 minutes. 슬롯사이트

Above all, more club scouts highly valued Park Cheol-woo’s potential, and Chungnam Asan coach Park Dong-hyeok even attempted to recruit Park Cheol-woo, who returned to Suwon FC after a lease. Manager Kim had planned to lease Park Cheol-woo with Park Min-gyu’s enlistment in mind, so he could not hand over Park Cheol-woo to director Park, whom he had a close relationship with.

He also completed military service. Park Cheol-woo played for two seasons in Pocheon Citizens Club in the 2020 K4 League. He scored 17 goals in 51 matches and emitted an offensive power comparable to that of a striker. Afterwards, he returned last year and was immediately loaned to Asan, Chungcheongnam-do, playing 25 games and scoring 1 goal. He also experienced embarrassing situations. He even suffered minor injuries during a goal-scoring ceremony.

If Park Cheol-woo achieves rapid growth under coach Kim’s guidance this season, it is not unreasonable to join the A national team. Following coach Paulo Bento, the coaching tower who will take the new leadership of the A national team should also think about a generational change of left fullback or wingback divided into Kim Jin-soo and Hong Chul. In order for Park Chul-woo to break through, his K-League 1 debut season needs to be splendid.

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