Hwang Ui-jo, “Latest Edition of Controversy Over Sex Tape in Football,” Worse, Hamstring Injury Could Be ‘OUT in 2023’

“Hwang Ui-jo has a hamstring injury. He will miss Sunday’s game,” Norwich coach David Wagner said at a pre-press conference against Bristol City in the 19th round of the 2023-2024 English Championship.

“I hope to return within this year, but we have to see how we recover over the next two to three weeks,” Wagner said, adding that there is a possibility that he may not be able to return within 2023.

Hwang Ui-jo fired his third goal of the season with a fantastic mid-range shot in the 12th minute of the first half in Watford’s away game on the 29th of last month, and replaced him early in the 5th minute due to injury, and Norwich, who were leading 2-0, lost 2-3.

Hwang Ui-jo, who also had a hard time with a hamstring injury when he was playing for Girondin Bordeaux, scanned the injury area and confirmed that it was a minor injury. This is why Wagner expressed his desire to return within this year.

He expressed regret, adding that he needs to find a solution to Hwang Ui-jo’s injury, who has been in good condition and scored a goal in recent weeks.

Hwang Ui-jo is currently under police investigation as a suspect for filming the other person who had sex with him (filming using cameras under the Sexual Violence Punishment Act). In June, A, who introduced himself as Hwang Ui-jo’s ex-lover, released photos and videos of Hwang Ui-jo and women on Instagram and said, “Hwang Ui-jo has a relationship with many women and is causing damage.” 에볼루션 바카라사이트

Hwang denied the allegation. The controversy spread after suing the publisher of the “disclosure of privacy” on charges of defamation under the Information and Communication Network Act and intimidation and coercion of use of filming materials under the Sexual Violence Punishment Act.

The battle for truth continued between Hwang Ui-jo’s side and the victim’s side. Lee Eun-ui, the victim’s legal representative, held a press conference on the 23rd and revealed the phone calls and messengers between Hwang Ui-jo and the victim. In this conversation, the victim said, “I told you I definitely didn’t like it. Why are you still there? You have to admit (you) did something illegal,” and Hwang Ui-jo replied, “I didn’t know this would happen. I’m really sorry.”

The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, which turned Hwang Ui-jo into a suspect on the 16th, arrested Hwang Ui-jo’s brother-in-law, who had served as Hwang Ui-jo’s manager, on charges of spreading videos (violation of the Sexual Violence Punishment Act), and conducted forensics on Hwang Ui-jo’s laptop and four mobile phones.

In the meantime, Jürgen Klinsmann, the national soccer team’s coach, replaced Hwang Ui-jo, a suspect, in the second half of the Asian qualifying match for the North-China World Cup against China on the 21st. Coach Klinsmann defended him, saying, “Until a clear fact comes out, he cannot be said to be guilty right away.”

Hwang scored 19 goals in 62 A-matches as a striker. Hwang, who contributed to Korea’s advance to the round of 16 strongest teams for the first time in 12 years by participating in the 2022 Qatar World Cup, has been consistently selected under the current national team coach Klinsmann and scored goals in matches against Tunisia (friendly matches) in October and against Singapore (World Cup qualifying matches) in November.

However, there have been constant calls from political and civic groups to disenfranchise Hwang. The BBC and other foreign media outlets have also paid attention to Hwang’s case. The Spanish daily Marca detailed Hwang’s case in an article entitled “The latest issue of sex tape (controversy)” on April 30.

After all, the Korea Football Association held an emergency meeting on April 28 and decided to temporarily deprive Hwang of his national team qualification until the investigation results are released. As a result, it is uncertain whether Hwang will participate in the Qatar Asian Cup in January next year.

Hwang Ui-jo left Bordeaux in the summer of 2022, joined Nottingham Forest in the EPL, and immediately left for his sister club Olympiacos on loan. However, he left for FC Seoul in the K-League in February after ending his lease early because he could not find a place at Olympiacos.

Last summer, he returned to the original fastball team and participated in the preseason tour, but he left for Norwich again in September. Meanwhile, controversy over illegal filming and injuries came one after another. For Hwang Ui-jo, 2023 is likely to be remembered as the worst year.

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