Veteran defender Hwang Seok-ho moves to K League 1 Ulsan Reunited with Director Hong Myung-bo

 Ulsan HD of Pro Football K-League 1 announced on the 8th that they had recruited veteran defender Hwang Seok-ho.Ulsan, which aims to win its third consecutive league title and the Korea Football Association (FA) Cup this year, will further strengthen its back door with the addition of Hwang Seok-ho, who can play a variety of defensive positions.Hwang Seok-ho, who made his professional debut at Sanfrecce Hiroshima in Japan’s J-League in 2012, has been on the Japanese stage all the way through last season, except in 2017 when he played for Tianjin Teoda in the Chinese Super League.

Playing for Kashima Antlers, Shimizu S-Pulse, and Sagandos, he won the J-League title three times, as well as the J-League Super Cup and League Cup. At the 2012 London Olympics, he was called by Olympic team coach Hong Myung-bo, who is currently the head coach of Ulsan, and played all games full-time as the starting center back, contributing to Korea’s bronze medal win.

Ulsan said, “Hwang Seok-ho, who has a lot of championship experience and can play a variety of defensive positions, will be able to contribute to the team in the 2024 season,” and added, “We are also looking forward to working with Hwang Seok-ho’s old teacher, coach Hong Myung-bo, and former teammates on the national team.” revealed.Hwang Seok-ho expressed his thoughts, saying, “I have never played in a K-League team uniform before. Now, 온라인카지노 I want to receive greater support from my home country’s fans.”

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