K League 1 ‘bottom of the table’ Jeonbuk sign Suwon midfielder Jeon Jinwoo-Yoo Jeho

Jeonbuk Hyundai, the ‘master of crisis’ in professional soccer’s K League 1, has bolstered its squad with the signing of midfielders Jeon Jin-woo (24) and Yoo Je-ho (23).

Jeonbuk announced on the 9th that it has acquired Jeon Jin-woo and Yoo Je-ho from Suwon Samsung of the K League 2 (2nd Division).

The 181-centimeter, 69-kilogram Jeon Jin-woo is a two-footed attacker with good dribbling and space penetration.

A product of Suwon Youth Matango, Jeon made his professional debut with Suwon in 2018 and has played 123 official matches in seven seasons, with 10 goals and seven assists in 106 K League games.

At 178 centimeters and 72 kilograms, Yoo is a central midfielder with good passing and crossing ability.

He made his debut for Suwon in 2022 and has played 45 K League games and six Korea Cup matches.

Jeonbuk has been extremely poor this season and is currently in last place (17 points) out of 12 teams after playing 21 of 38 matches.

Criticized for its urgent need for transfusions across all positions, Jeonbuk’s latest move was the acquisition of veteran defensive midfielder Han Ki-young, 34, from Gangwon FC on March 20.

This time around, the squad is younger and more ‘up front’.

Jeonbuk, which has struggled with declining stamina and poor performances from senior players, hopes that Jeon Jin-woo and Yoo Je-ho will provide a second-half boost with their high volume and aggressive play.

“In my seventh year as a professional, I am full of expectations and excitement to take on a new challenge with Jeonbuk,” said Jeon Jin-woo.

“I have a mind to learn and a determination to prove myself,” said Yoo Je-ho, adding, “I will make my name known in Jeonbuk and make fans remember me.” 카지노사이트 추천

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