Daejeon Hana Citizen recruited center back Kim Hyeon-woo and Kim Hyeon-tae as head of the Power Reinforcement Office
Daejeon Hana Citizen recruited European centre-back Kim Hyun-woo and appointed Kim Hyun-tae, head of the Power Reinforcement Office, who boasts a great professional career, and is strengthening its internal stability toward the top of the K-League.
Daejeon announced on the 5th that it had recruited Kim Hyun-woo from GNK Dinamo Zagreb, a prestigious Croatian first division team.
Kim Hyeon-woo, a former Ulsan Hyundai youth team, served as the captain of Hyundai High School in 2017 and led Hyundai High School to five domestic competitions. He also proved his potential by winning the championship at the ‘Mladen Ramlyak International Memorial Tournament’ held in Zagreb, Croatia.
Based on this performance, Kim Hyun-woo joined Ulsan in 2018 and later left for Dinamo Zagreb on loan.
Kim Hyun-woo gained experience by going back and forth between the Dynamo U-19 and 2nd team, and participated in the 2019 FIFA Poland U-20 World Cup as a member of the Korean U-20 national team, helping Korea advance to the semi-finals for the first time in the history of FIFA-sponsored men’s competitions.
Kim Hyun-woo, who was completely transferred to Dynamo, participated in a total of 52 games for Dynamo, NK Istra, and Slaven Belupo over five seasons from 2018 to 2021, gaining various experiences in the European league and returning to Ulsan last year on loan.
Daejeon explains that Kim Hyun-woo is young, but has rich experience on the international stage, clever cover play using fast speed, and build-up ability. He also possesses sharp attack power in set-piece situations.
Kim Hyun-woo said, “I am very excited to take on a new challenge in Daejeon. I will become a player who does it,” he said.
Daejeon also appointed Kim Hyun-tae, head of the Power Reinforcement Office, who has rich experience as a soccer leader and administrator.
Director Kim played for Lucky Goldstar and Anyang LG from 1984 to 1998, and after his retirement, he started his leadership career as a GK coach at Anyang LG.
In particular, he joined the Korean national football team as a GK coach in 1998 and contributed to the national team’s advancement to the semifinals in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup. In addition, from 2007 to 2011, he served as the national team’s GK coach and contributed to Korea’s first ever advance to the round of 16 at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. 메이저사이트
On the professional stage, he worked as a GK coach at Anyang LG and Incheon United, the predecessors of FC Seoul, and from 2014 he served as the head of the Seoul scout team, and in 2019, he served as the technical chairman of the Korea Professional Football Federation.
Daejeon plans to add expertise to player development and scouting by appointing Chief Kim, who has various experiences as a leader, administrator, and front desk at home and abroad.
Director Kim said, “Based on my experience as a coach, FC Seoul scouting team leader and Korea Professional Football Federation (KFA) technology chairman, I will contribute to systematic player development and strengthening of power, so that Daejeon can be reborn as a more solid team.” .