Gangwon FC head coach Lee Kwang-yeon named to Asian Games soccer team

Gangwon FC defender Lee Kwang-yeon (24-photo) has been named to the final roster of the Asian Games soccer team.카지노사이트

Hwang Sun-hong, head coach of the Asian Games soccer team, announced the final 22-man roster for the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games on Thursday at the Jongno-gu Football Hall in Seoul. As expected, Lee Kwang-yeon, who played full-time in both matches of the two-game series against China in June, was included in the roster. He has played in seven K League 1 matches for Gangwon this season and has been named to the Best 11 twice.

The goalkeeping positions on the roster remained the same as against China, with Lee Kwang-yeon, Min Sung-joon (Incheon), and Kim Jung-hoon (Jeonbuk). Lee Kwang-yeon, who started against China, is expected to be the main goalkeeper at the Asian Games.

South Korea, which is looking for its third consecutive Asian Games title, has selected its most elite members. Four Europeans were selected by Hwang, including Lee Kang-in, who moved to big club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) after a breakout season in the Spanish Primera Liga, Jung Woo-young (Stuttgart), Hong Hyun-seok (Hent) and Park Kyu-hyun (Dynamo Dresden). The wild cards (over 24 years old) were Baek Seung-ho, Park Jin-seop (Jeonbuk) and Seol Young-woo (Ulsan).

Coach Hwang said, “I will do my best to achieve my goal with the players. Please give us a lot of support,” he vowed.

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