Hwang Sun-Hong-ho struggles with overseas departures—Yang Hyun-joon and Kim Ji-soo won’t join, but Sang-bin joins a day before UAE game

South Korea’s bid to qualify for its 10th consecutive Olympic Games has been plagued by overseas call-ups. Minnesota’s Sang Bin, who plays in the Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States, will join Hwang just one day before the first leg of the 카지노사이트 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-23 Asian Cup in Qatar.

“Sang-bin is scheduled to arrive in Doha, Qatar, on Sept. 15,” the Korea Football Association said on Monday. The Olympic team is currently in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE), for acclimatization training. They will travel to Doha, Qatar, for the final match on Tuesday. Competing in Group B against the UAE, Japan, and China, Hwang will open the tournament against the UAE at 0:30 a.m. KST on Sunday.

Sangbin will join the team just one day before the first game. Born in 2002, Sang-bin is a forward who is known for his darting runs and quick feet. However, he did not play in the Olympic squad’s most recent tournament, the West Asian Football Confederation (WAFF) U-23 Championship, so finding chemistry will be a big challenge.

Earlier, the squad was disrupted when forward Yang Hyun-joon (Celtic) and defender Kim Ji-soo (Brentford) failed to join Hwang Sun-hong at the opposite end of the field shortly after the final roster was announced.

The first through third-placed teams at the U-23 Asian Cup will qualify directly for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, while the fourth-placed team will face Guinea, the fourth-placed team in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) qualifiers, in an intercontinental playoff to determine their place in Paris.

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