[Exclusive] Suwon Signs ‘Kwanrok’ Striker Rubberyol…Reunites with Kim Byung-soo

Suwon Samsung, who have fallen to the bottom of the K League One and are facing relegation, are looking to turn things around with a veteran signing.카지노사이트

They are signing Gwanrok striker Kim Gum-yeol (33).

A source close to the transfer market said, “Suwon has chosen to bring in Gum Yeol after searching for a variety of options to bolster its firepower,” adding, “We expect him to play a central role in the team as well as a leader.”

Rubber made his professional debut with Pohang in 2011. He had a successful first year with 10 goals and three assists in 28 games, and in 2013, he scored eight goals and five assists in 34 games to win the inaugural Young Player Award and the league title.

Since then, he has gained a lot of experience with Jeonbuk, Asan Mugunghwa (National Police Agency), and Gangwon, and is currently playing for Chungnam Asan in the second division this season. His career record in the K League is 70 goals and 29 assists in 310 games in the first and second divisions.

In particular, he worked with current Suwon head coach Kim Byung-soo during his time at Pohang before joining Pohang. Suwon has been suffering from a lack of goals since Oh Hyun-gyu left for Celtic in Scotland earlier this year. With just 17 goals in 20 games, they are 11th in the standings, one spot above Gangwon. This is due to the fact that Suwon had a good offense at the beginning of the season, but lacked goal-scoring ability or a solution.

As for Gomyeol, his ability to both score and assist makes him a valuable resource to support an offense that relies heavily on Ahn Byung-joon.

Meanwhile, Suwon announced on June 6 that it has signed Japanese midfielder Kazuki Kozuka, 28, who played for Kawasaki Frontale in the Japanese J-League. Kazuki, who goes by the registered name “Kazuki,” played for Japan’s U-18 national team, as well as Albirex Niigata, Banfore Kofu, Oita Trinita, and Kawasaki.

The central midfielder has 28 goals and 24 assists in 210 career J-League games. […] […] […]

[…] Kazuki joined the team’s training camp on April 4.

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