K LEAGUE 2 E-LAND, ‘EXTENSIVE MOVE’ IN TRANSFER MARKET RECRUITMENT OF MIDFIELDER JEONG JAE-YONG

Seoul E-Land, which has participated in professional soccer K-League 2 since 2015 but has remained in the middle or lower tier, is accelerating its efforts to strengthen its power to challenge for promotion ahead of its 10th season. The E-Land club announced on the 17th the signing of midfielder Jae-yong Jeong, who played for Suwon FC in K League 1 until last season. Jaeyong Jeong made his professional debut at FC Anyang in 2013 and is a veteran of Ulsan Hyundai, Pohang Steelers, Buriram United (Thailand), and Suwon FC. In the K League, he recorded 24 goals and 10 assists in 248 games.

He played for Suwon FC from 2020 to last season, and led the team’s promotion in the first year. Last season, he helped Suwon FC survive, including scoring in overtime in the second game in the promotion playoffs against Busan I’Park in K League 2. added The E-Land club said, “Jung Jae-yong’s ability to dominate the midfield, mid-distance kicks, and sharp passes are regarded as his strengths. As he showed in last season’s promotion playoffs, he is expected to be a great help in the team’s game management by having the ability to score in important situations.” reported.

Jae-yong Jeong will be working again with coach Do-gyun Kim, who moved from Suwon FC to E-Land after the end of last season. He said, “I think I understand coach Kim Do-gyun better than anyone else,” and added, “I will dedicate myself on the field to E-Land’s promotion and work hard to help the players unite as one .”E-Land, which attracted attention as a corporate club founded in 2014, entered K-League 2 the following year, but has never been promoted, and is showing extraordinary determination with a ‘storm of recruitment’ ahead of the 2024 season, its 10th season.

E-Land ranked 4th in 2015 and made it to the semi-playoffs, its best result since its founding, and last season it only ranked 11th out of 13 teams.Ahead of this season, we are building a solid squad by recruiting players who have a long history in the first division. Representative examples include Osmar, a former FC Seoul legend, Kim Oh-gyu, a veteran defender with 361 league games, and Kim Young-wook, a midfielder who played for Daejeon Hana Citizen .Midfielder Peter (Australia), who played for Chungbuk Cheongju in K League 2 last season, American striker Ikoba, who played in the Slovakian and Hungarian leagues, and Brazilian striker Bruno Silva also joined.

Park Min-seo, who played as a key fullback for K-League 2 Gyeongnam FC, and multi-player Lim Dong-hyuk, who played for K-League 1 Jeju United, also wore E-Land uniforms, and midfielder Cho Young-kwang, a former member of the U-20 national team, was loaned from Ulsan After the hiring of coach Kim Do-gyun, players who worked with him are continuing to join .E-Land also announced the recruitment of side defender Oh In-pyo, who played for Ulsan HD and Suwon FC prior to Jeong Jae-yong. Oh In-pyo is also a player who worked with coach Kim Do-gyun at Suwon FC and was also coached during his 카지노사이트킹 Ulsan youth days.

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