K-League representative ‘technician’ Koh Moo-yeol (33) will build a new nest in Asan, Chungcheongnam-do.
An official in the transfer market said, “Ko Moo-yeol will join Chungnam-Asan on a free contract.” On the 9th, all transfer procedures were completed, leaving only the announcement. 슬롯사이트
At the end of last season, his contract with Gangwon ended, and he obtained FA status, and received attention from two K-League 1 teams. Among them, joining Gwangju, a promotion team to the 1st division, seemed certain. In early February, transfers were in full swing. However, in the end, the recruitment did not take place. In the meantime, Chungnam Asan has emerged as a leading destination. Ko Moo-yeol, who wanted to be part of the first division team, broke the steering wheel in the sincerity of Chungnam-Asan, who had claimed to ‘hope for Gomu-yeol’ throughout this winter.
As a result, Chungnam Asan, which lost last season’s K-League 2 top scorer Yoo Kang-hyeon (Daejeon Hana), minimized the gap of the main goal scorer. Gomu-yeol is a resource closer to the side striker than the forefront, but equipped with high-level scoring power. As a member of Gangwon, he recorded 9 goals and 1 help in the 2020 season K-League 1 and 6 goals and 3 assists in the 2021 season. He contributed 69 goals and 29 assists in 301 individual career games across the K-League 1 and 2. He is a resource that combines technique and speed with a height of 1m85. The experience of playing more than 300 games is likely to be a plus factor for Chungnam-Asan, which has many young resources.
This transfer is also meaningful to Koh Moo-yeol as an individual. Komu-yeol took 11 months off last season due to a torn ligament injury in his left knee. He played his first match of the season only through the match against Jeonbuk in round 36 in November. There are concerns about his physical condition and sense of combat due to the long fifty-fifth period. As he joined the new team late, it is important how quickly he improves his condition. The 2023 season is the season to prove that ‘rubber fever is alive and well’. Ko Moo-yeol, who made his professional debut in Pohang in 2011 and moved to Jeonbuk in 2016, served as a conscripted policeman at Asan Mugunghwa in 2018-2019. At that time, he formed a kite with Asan and coach Park, the ‘young leader’ who had just been promoted to manager. Koh Moo-yeol and coach Park, who met again, plan to join forces with the goal of advancing to the playoffs. Chungnam-Asan took 6th place in the 2022 season.