‘World Cup Star’ Cho Kyu-seong wears the ace symbol number 10

Cho Kyu-Sung, who has emerged as a leading striker in Korean soccer through the Qatar World Cup, continues to be the symbol of the ace in his team, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.

On the 8th, Jeonbuk of the K-League 1 released the team number for the 2023 season. Jeonbuk started preparations for the opening of the season in earnest by announcing the numbers of 47 players, including Team B.

Cho Kyu-seong, who remained in Jeonbuk this season, maintained the original number 10. Cho Kyu-seong, who wore number 11 when transferring from FC Anyang to Jeonbuk in the 2020 season, started wearing number 10 after returning from military service for 1 year and 6 months from March 2021 to June 2022. Number 10 in Jeonbuk has been without an owner since Ilyuchenko moved to FC Seoul.

Newly joined defender Jeong Tae-wook received number 3, striker Lee Dong-jun received number 11, and midfielder Amano received 온라인바카라number 21 respectively.

Most of the remaining players on the team kept their original numbers. However, Song Min-gyu (No. 17), Park Jin-seong (No. 22), and Kim Moon-hwan (No. 33) renewed their determination for the new season by changing their uniform numbers. Jeong Min-ki, who will be the new goalkeeper for Jeonbuk this season, received number 13 and Kim Jeong-hoon received number 1.

Lee Dong-jun said, “I personally have a lot of good memories wearing number 11. I will do my best to leave a lot of good memories for the fans this season.”

Jeonbuk, which is training in Spain, will return to Korea on the 16th to prepare for the opening of the K-League.

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