Director Kim Ki-dong, “I am confident, so I will take on a new challenge I will put Seoul in the top rankings.”

Coach Kim Ki-dong (51), who took charge of FC Seoul in the K-League 1 professional soccer league, said he chose to take on the ‘challenge’ because he wanted to show that he could do well in a team other than Pohang Steelers, and placed Seoul in the top rankings. He expressed his ambition to raise it.At the inauguration press conference held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 3rd, Coach Kim said, “I feel more excited than burdened by taking on a new challenge. I came to Seoul because I have great confidence that I can do well,” and added, “I will help Seoul regain its former glory.” “I will try my best,” he said.Coach Kim, who achieved great results at Pohang, his debut team as a professional coach, surprised the soccer world by moving to Seoul last month.Since 2019, he has been ranked top in the K League 1 almost every year, and last year he finished second in the league and won the Korea Football Association (FA) Cup. His departure from Pohang could be considered the biggest transfer case in the K League’s ‘Stove League’.

Coach Kim said, “When I performed well in Pohang, there were a lot of people saying, ‘Isn’t Kim Ki-dong possible because he is Pohang?’ I didn’t pay attention, but I thought I might be evaluated that way, so I wanted to take on a new challenge.” “I reached out my hand, and after much thought, I made a decision,” he explained.“I wanted to break away from the evaluation of being a ‘leader suitable for Pohang’ and show that I can showcase my abilities and do well in a new team,” he said, reaffirming his determination to show it with ‘results’ in Seoul as well.Seoul led the box office success by exceeding 400,000 spectators for a single-season home game (total 430,029) for the first time since 2018, when the K-League began counting only paid spectators, but was pushed to Final B and ranked 7th.Including this, they have stayed in Final B for the past four seasons in a row, 무료슬롯게임 destroying the pride of being a ‘famous family.’

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