“FC Seoul’s first permanent absentee” Ko Yo-han, K League Achievement Award ceremony at home on the 13th

FC Seoul One Clubman Go Yo-han will receive the K-League Achievement Award. Go Yo-han has been in Seoul for 20 years since his debut in the K-League as a member of Seoul in 2004.

Ko Yo-han scored 34 goals and 30 assists in 366 career K-League games, the most ever played by a player in Seoul.

In addition, while in Seoul, Ko Yo-han has lifted a total of six championship cups, including three K-League titles (2010, 2012, 2016), one FA Cup title (2015), and two League Cup titles (2006, 2010).

In addition, Ko Yo-han became the first team captain to lead the team for three consecutive seasons from 2018 to 2020. In recognition of Ko’s contribution, Seoul has decided to permanently vacate No. 13, Ko Yo-han’s jersey number, which is the first permanent absence for the Seoul club.

In addition, Ko Yo-han played in 21 matches for the national team while in the K League, and contributed to raising the status of Korean soccer by winning the 2017 EAFF E-1 Championship and participating in the 2018 FIFA Russia World Cup.

Meanwhile, Ko announced her retirement ahead of this season and has been serving as a coach for Osan High School, the U18 team under Seoul, starting this year. The Korea Professional Football Federation (Kwon Oh-gap) awards Ko for her dedication to the K-League over the past 20 years. 토토사이트 순위

Coach Ko Yo-han’s K-League Achievement Award will be held at the pre-match event between Seoul and Pohang at the Seoul World Cup Stadium

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