Hwang Ui-jo considers early termination of Norwich City lease for ‘illegal filming charges’…EPL’s performance is uncertain

Britain’s Nottingham Post said on the 8th (Korea Standard Time), “The future of Nottingham Forest’s forgotten striker Hwang Ui-jo has become uncertain. Hwang Ui-jo faces an uncertain future due to a hamstring injury.”

Hwang Ui-jo is under investigation for illegally filming his personal life with his ex-lover. Hwang Ui-jo missed the match after suffering a hamstring injury after the match against Watford in November last year, and played as a substitute at Huddersfield on the 24th of last month to return to the injury. Since then, Hwang has started two consecutive matches for his team Norwich City, but he missed the third round of the FA Cup in the 2023-24 season against Bristol Rovers on the 7th, along with the exclusion of entries. 무료 슬롯

“Unfortunately, Hwang has a hamstring injury and will not be able to play for six weeks. We will decide within a few days how to deal with Hwang’s situation,” Norwich City manager Wagner said after the match against Bristol Rovers.

Norwich City, which has rented Hwang until the end of this season, is ranking 13th in the league with 10 wins, 5 draws and 11 losses (35 points) in this season’s championship. Hwang has three goals and one assist in 17 matches for Norwich City this season.

Nottingham Forest acquired Hwang Ui-jo from Bordeaux back in 2022. Since then, Hwang has been loaned to Olympiacos shortly after his move to Nottingham Forest and played for FC Seoul last year. Hwang Ui-jo is currently on loan at Norwich City this season, spending his third loan spell at Nottingham Forest.

Hwang Ui-jo’s original team Nottingham Forest ranks 15th in the league this season with five wins, five draws, and 10 losses (20 points) in the Premier League. Nottingham Forest recruited Hwang Ui-jo after being promoted to the Premier League in 2022, but he failed to make his Premier League debut. Nottingham Forest has Wood, Elanga, Origi, and Hourini in its offense.

The Korea Football Association decided to exclude Hwang from selecting the national team until he is cleared of charges of illegal filming in November last year. Hwang has also been excluded from the Korean national soccer team’s entry into the Asian Cup.

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