K-League 1 Suwon recruits Korean-Japanese defender Han Ho-gang… 1+1 year contract

Professional soccer K League 1 Suwon Samsung announced that it had recruited Korean-Japanese central defender Han Ho-gang (30) who played for Japan’s J-League and K-League Jeonnam Dragons. 먹튀검증

According to Suwon, Ho Kang’s contract is for 1+1 years and he wears the number 5 shirt.

Instead, Hwang Myeong-hyeon (22), who belongs to Suwon, plays on loan in Jeonnam for one year.

Han Ho-gang, a Korean-Japanese, made his debut in 2016 at Blaublitz Akita in Japan’s J3 League (Part 3) and played until 2020, and in 2021 he played for Yokohama FC in the J1 League (Part 1).

Last year, he posted 7 goals and 8 assists in 139 professional games, including playing 15 games in the K-League 2 wearing a Jeonnam uniform.

Suwon said, “Han Ho-gang, who is 186 cm tall and weighs 77 kg, is a central defender with high RBI header and interpersonal mark ability.” is expected to be high,” he explained.

Han Ho-gang said, “The dream of Ahn Young-hak and Jeong Tae-se, who I respect, has actually happened. When the transfer was confirmed, Ahn Young-hak called and told me about Suwon’s pride.” I will show you,” he said.

On the 10th, Han Ho-gang joined the team’s battery training camp in Jeju and is digesting training.

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