“I’m not a bad person!”…Unfairness appealed by DF of mixed Korean and descent

Asked in an interview with Germany’s “Bild” on the 19th (Korea time), Castrov said, “I’m not a bad boy in the stadium.” In some tricky situations there may sometimes be a lack of cleverness but I think it will be better. And that’s how I play,” he said.

Born in 2003, 20-year-old Kastrov is a German-Korean pluralistic side fullback with a German father and a Korean mother. Castrov, who went through Düsseldorf and Cologne Youth in turn, made his senior debut in 2021 by calling up to Cologne II and left on loan to Nuremberg in the 2022-23 season.

The Nuremberg lease was a success. Castrov, who made his debut against Greuther Furt in the second round, mainly played the right fullback and became a full starting member. The final record for the 2022-23 season is two goals and two assists in 29 league games.

At the same time, the possibility of recruiting for the South Korean national team, which is her mother’s country, was also raised. In March, Kastrov’s mother posted a photo of her son meeting Andreas Köfke, the goalkeeper coach of Jürgen Klinsmann’s division, on social media, and later posted a reply saying, “My son is trying to join the Korean national team.”

Before this season, he chose to transfer completely. Castrov, who currently has one goal and two assists in 11 league games, mainly plays as a central midfielder and plays a key role in the team’s midfield with tough play. 토토사이트

Castro explained his rough playing style in an interview with the media. “If you look at the warning numbers alone, the numbers look pretty high, but I don’t take it seriously. “For now, we are trying not to be sent off due to accumulated warnings in the stadium,” he explained.

“I’m not trying to adjust my style of play or be quieter because of this figure right now. In some situations, I’m just trying to be smarter,” he added.

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