While the composition of the coaching staff of Seoul E-Land FC’s Park Chung-gyun division was completed, coach Park Chung-gyun delivered his impressions.
Seoul E-Land recently announced that it has appointed Head Coach Lee Ho, field coach Jeong Hyuk, GK coach Kwon Soon-hyung, physical coach Hwang Ji-hwan, and power analyst Kim Yong-shin as the coaching staff to lead the 2023 season with coach Park Chung-gyun.
Coach Park said, “Since a team 메이저놀이터 cannot be led alone, the ability of coaches to assist the coach is important. We have formed the best coaching staff to provide systematic training as well as active communication with the players.” Through many meetings, we will ensure that the players can show their best performance.”
First, head coach Lee Ho, a former national team player (26 matches) and a total of 269 K-League players, assists coach Park Choong-gyun. Head coach Lee Ho, who started his professional career at Ulsan Hyundai in 2003, played a significant role in Ulsan Hyundai’s league championship in 2005.
The following year, he joined Zenit St. Petersburg in Russia and not only played a big role in the European stage for about 4 years, but also returned to Ulsan in 2011 and led the team to win the League Cup and AFC Champions League.
Afterwards, he went through Jeonbuk Hyundai and Muangtong UTD (Thailand) and returned to Ulsan Hyundai as a playing coach in 2021. Leadership has been recognized.
Field coach Jeong Hyuk also left a significant mark in the K-League. Debuting at Incheon UTD in 2009, Field Coach Jeong Hyuk, who received great attention for his vigorous activity and sincere play, joined Jeonbuk Hyundai in 2013 and won 6 trophies (K League 1 championship 5 times, AFC Champions League 1 time). grabbed on
Field coach Jung Hyuk, who returned to Incheon in 2021, contributed to the team’s first AFC Champions League advance this season and announced his retirement, starting a second life as a leader.
GK coach Kwon Soon-hyung, who started his leadership career in 2007, contributed to Hongik University winning various competitions for 10 years. Afterwards, he served as a coach at Seongnam FC U-15, and from 2019, he served as GK coach at Asan FC in Chungcheongnam-do (including the Asan Mugunghwa Football Team) for 4 years.
Jihwan Hwang, physical coach, was in charge of the physical and rehabilitation of the players at FC Seoul U-18 Osan High School from 2018 to 2020. Since the 2021 season, he has built a career in the FC Seoul professional team.
Power Analyst Kim Yong-shin served as an analyst in Ulsan from 2011 to 2013 and played a significant role in winning the League Cup and AFC Champions League. Since 2014, he has been with Jeonbuk for two consecutive seasons, and has served as an analyst at Daejeon Hana Citizen and Cheonan City Football Team through Tianjin Kwanzan and Tianjin Tianhai in China.