Professional soccer K League 1 FC Seoul announced on the 5th that it has recruited Syrian national team winger Hossam Iesh (28) and striker Kim Kyung-min (26).

Iesh, who joined Seoul as an Asian quota, was born in Sweden and has been selected for the Swedish age group and adult national team. He made one appearance for Sweden in a friendly match against Finland in January 2019.

Ayesh, who has Syrian and Palestinian parents, chose Syrian nationality last year and made his A-match debut for the Syrian national team as a substitute in the final Asian qualifying match for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar against Korea in February. Appeared in his A-Match 2 and hadn’t scored yet.

Iesh, who has been on the Swedish stage since 2013, played for IFK Gothenburg in the first division of Sweden from 2019 to last year. 메이저사이트

The Seoul club introduced, “Iesh, the club’s first Syrian national player, is evaluated as a player who not only breaks through the side using explosive speed, but also has excellent personal skills.”

Striker Kim Gyeong-min, wearing a Seoul uniform, started his professional career with Jeonnam Dragons in 2018 and played for FC Anyang and Gimcheon Sangmu. Last season, he appeared in 24 K-League 1 games wearing the Kimcheon uniform and scored 7 goals and 2 assists.

Iesh and Kim Kyung-min will join the team from the field training in Huain, Thailand from the 8th.

On the other hand, Seoul brought Iesh to the Asia Quarter to fill a spot in the existing foreign players, including Osmar, Ilyuchenko, and Palosevich. Seoul plans to recruit additional foreign players.