Hwang Eui-jo (31) and Cho Kyu-seong (25), who are competing for the position of forward striker of the Korean national soccer team, meet on the professional soccer K-League stage. The first confrontation between the two players will be held on Children’s Day.
Hwang Ui-jo, a member of Nottingham Forest in the English Premier League, failed to adjust to Olympiacos in the Greek League, where he left on loan, before joining FC Seoul in the K-League.
Hwang Ui-jo plans to play바카라사이트 in Seoul for 6 months and use this as a stepping stone to try again to enter the Premier League.
Cho Kyu-seong, who had been rumored to advance to Europe, remained with his team, Jeonbuk Hyundai. Cho Kyu-sung rose to stardom by scoring two goals in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar match against Ghana.
Cho Kyu-sung received offers from European clubs such as Celtic in Scotland and Mainz in Germany, but after Jeonbuk’s persuasion, he stayed in the K-League. Celtic eventually recruited Suwon Samsung striker Oh Hyeon-kyu in place of Cho Kyu-seong.
The two players, who came to play in Korea for different reasons, are now competing for pride in the K-League. Both Hwang Ui-jo and Cho Kyu-seong are dreaming of going to Europe this summer, so their performance in the first half of the season could be a stepping stone or a stumbling block to advance into Europe.
In particular, a confrontation between the two players seems to be an appropriate stage to compare their skills. The match between Seoul and Jeonbuk will be held in the 11th round of the league at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on Children’s Day on May 5th.
The two players, who will be aiming for goals in the preceding 10 games, are expected to play a real game in the 11th game of the league.
Children’s Day is a holiday where many K-League fans can visit the stadium in person. The clash between Hwang Ui-jo and Cho Kyu-seong is evaluated as a perfect card for K-League box office success.
It is expected that attention will be focused on the confrontation between Hwang Eui-jo and Cho Kyu-seong, who are competing fiercely for the national team as well as the K-League and European advancement.