Choi Won-kwon Replaced as Head Coach by Park Chang-hyun

K-League 1 Daegu, Coach Choi Won-kwon Replaced as Head Coach by Park Chang-hyun of Hongik University

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Daegu FC, whose coach Choi Won-kwon (42) resigned after finishing in the bottom half of the professional soccer K-League 1, selected Park Chang-hyun (57), coach of Hongik University, as their new head coach.

Daegu Club announced on the 23rd that it had appointed Coach Park as its 14th coach. 카지노사이트

Coach Park joined the team on this day and will make his debut in the 9th round away game of K League 1 against Jeonbuk Hyundai on the 28th.

Coach Park, who played as a striker for Pohang Steel (now Pohang Steelers) and Jeonnam Dragons during his playing days, has accumulated a variety of leadership experiences since 1997.

He mainly played in high school and college teams, and worked as a coach for Pohang in the professional team from 2008 to 2010.

He helped Pohang win the 2009 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League, and served as Pohang’s acting manager for about seven months from May 2010.

Since 2017, he has led Hongik University and led them to second place in the Taebaek Mountain National University Football Federation last year.

Before being appointed as Daegu head coach, he led Hongik University to an undefeated five-game run in the college soccer U-League this season.

Hwang Jae-won, the U-23 representative and Daegu’s leading defender, was coached by Coach Park at Hongik University.

Daegu ranked 10th (7 points) through the 8th round of the league this season with 1 win, 4 draws, and 3 losses, and was eliminated in the 3rd round after losing to the second division team Cheongju, North Chungcheong Province, in the Korea Cup.

Due to continued poor performance, coach Choi Won-kwon, who had led the team as acting coach since August 2022, resigned on the 19th, and a new head coach was decided four days later.

The Daegu club explained, “Coach Park is a veteran leader with 27 years of field experience from high school to the pros, and we judged him to be a coach who understands well the current situation the club is facing and can overcome it.”

He added, “We expect that Coach Park will effectively control the young players and lead the team stably during difficult times.”

Coach Park said, “I am honored to be the coach of Daegu.

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