Yeom Ki-hoon, the oldest player in the K-League and the ‘Left Foot Master’, challenges the record of ’80 goals-80 assists’ for the first time at the age of 40.
This is Reporter Lee Jeong-chan.
Born in 1983 when professional soccer was launched, Yeom Ki-hoon, the oldest active player, is 21 years older than Lee Sang-min, the 19-year-old youngest. 메이저놀이터
[Lee Sang-min/Age 19: Recognized as complete defeat]
Yeom Ki-hoon, who announced his retirement at the end of last year and helped the team remain in the first division until the last moment, took over as a playing coach at the request of coach Lee Byeong-geun and played as an active player for ‘one more year’. .
[Yeom Ki-hoon/Suwon Samsung striker: (19 years old) Looking at Sang-min, I think I’ve been doing it for a long time. I am working hard while bumping into such players.]
Yeom Ki-hoon, who was the rookie of the year in 2006, has written K-League history with his ‘sophisticated left foot’.
In 2015, he surpassed Shin Tae-yong for the most assists in his career, followed by an unrivaled record streak, and (vf) 17 free kicks scored is tied for first place with Eninho.
With 110 assists for his 77 career goals, just three goals left to his first all-time ’80-80′ milestone.
[Yeom Ki-hoon/Suwon Samsung striker: The record of ’80-80′ is approaching more earnestly. Ask the juniors to get a penalty kick if I go in,
This year, Yeom Ki-hoon is pouring hot sweat, dreaming of the moment when Big Bird resonates with his cheering song.