‘Game Changer’ Go Moo-yeol, Suwon Samsung becomes the hope of counterattack


 Two footballers who had a relationship as teacher and disciple over a long time reunited at Suwon Samsung, on the edge of the cliff. The first breath was successful.

Former national team striker Koh Moo-yeol had a positive debut in front of Suwon Samsung coach Kim Byung-soo, who ate rice in high school and former team. Director Kim expressed his anticipation to play the role of a ‘game changer’ that Koh Moo-yeol expects.

On the 8th, Suwon announced that it had signed a 1 year and 6 month contract with veteran striker Koh Moo-yeol, who was playing for K-League 2 Chungnam Asan (Exports News, July 6, special report) .

A day later, on the 9th, in an away match played by Suwon in Daejeon, Ko Moo-yeol came on as a substitute in the second half and played a little less than 30 minutes until extra time, matching the new team. It didn’t last long, but he got a good rating for shooting once and trying to break through the attack. The lowest ranked Suwon also gave up two goals first and showed a fighting spirit to catch up with the two goals, drawing 2-2 with the stormy team match.

Go Moo-yeol is an A-class offensive resource that has completed proficiency verification in the K-League.

After graduating from Pocheol Technical High School and Soongsil University, he made his debut in the K-League with the Pohang Steelers in 2011. His advantage is that he can play both the side and the front striker, and he has a lot of experience, so he has a sense of power immediately.

Director Kim and Koh Moo-yeol, who lead Suwon, also have a priestly relationship. When Koh Moo-yeol attended Pocheol Technical High School, the commanding tower was coach Kim. In addition, when coach Kim led Gangwon FC in 2020-2021, the two joined forces to open a new heyday for Gangwon.

Currently ranked 12th out of 12 K-League 1 teams, Suwon, which is considered as the number one candidate for relegation, tried to rebound in the second half by recruiting veteran striker Koh Moo-yeol, who has a relationship with manager Kim.

Regarding the recruitment of Koh Moo-yeol, coach Kim explained, “I am not very greedy because I recruited him as a ‘game changer’.” Then, after the match against Daejeon, he praised, “Gomu-yeol couldn’t play much in the second half, but I tried to create a chance that flashed from moment to moment.”

Gomu-yeol tried to make a comeback last winter in Chungnam-Asan. He had a long injury and it was difficult to pull his body back up, but recently his condition has improved considerably. On June 3, against Seongnam in the K-League 2, he fired a return shot and announced his revival.

With the addition of Ko Moo-yeol, Suwon gained great strength in the forward attack, which was responsible for Ahn Byeong-jun alone. Ahn Byung-jun, a Korean-Japanese, has been struggling since Oh Hyun-kyu transferred to Celtic, a prestigious Scottish club, last winter, scoring 4 goals in 19 matches. It was to the extent that he suffered the pain of being eliminated after caring for Ahn Byeong-jun at major hurdles such as the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.토토사이트주소

However, as Go Mo-yeol, who understands coach Kim’s football philosophy well, Suwon also gained the strength to overcome the realistic threat of relegation. In the midweek home game against Pohang on the 12th, Koh Moo-yeol’s playing time is expected to increase further.

A weapon that drastically changes the existing aspects of war and puts the pendulum back in the game is called a game changer. In the last match against Daejeon, it was proved that Goh Moo-yeol can carry out coach Kim’s game-changing wish. Suwon is also looking for hope.

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