Jeju appoints former Olympic coach Kim Hak-bum to lead the team

Kim Hak-bum will lead Jeju United.

Jeju announced on Friday that it has appointed Kim Hak-bum, one of the most prominent names in Korean soccer, as its 17th head coach.

The length of the contract was not disclosed by mutual agreement between the club and Kim.

Kim has coached professional soccer teams such as Seongnam Ilhwa (2005-2008), Henan Jianye (China-2010), Gangwon FC (2012-2013), Seongnam FC (2014-2016), and Gwangju FC (2017), and led South Korea to gold at the 2028 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang. 카지노사이트가이드

He also served as Korea’s head coach at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

“We expect Kim to communicate with the future of Jeju, including Kim Gun-woong, whom he coached at the Asian Games, as well as Seo Jin-soo and Lee Ki-hyuk, to help them reach their full potential,” Jeju said.

“Jeju is a good team, but we need to transform into a strong team that can strike fear into our opponents,” said Kim Hak-beom through the club.

Jeju is a young and promising team.

We will try to make sure that their strength comes out on the field.”

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