All eyes are on Hwang Seon-Hong-Ho’s wild card (a player over the age of 24) who is aiming for a third straight Asian Games men’s soccer title. It is pointed out that the ‘attacker’, which was initially considered an absolute condition, is somewhat less weighty while missing. However, the three wild cards who boarded the national team are in the vanguard for the gold medal with a sense of desperation.

On the 14th, Hwang Seon-hong, coach of the Asian Games soccer team, announced the final list of 22 players who will participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games. Major overseas players such as Jung Woo-young (Stuttgart), Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain), and Hong Hyun-seok (Ghent) were all listed.

However, there was no striker among the three wild cards that drew attention. Starting with Lee Chun-soo as a wild card in the 2006 Doha Asian Games, Korea used at least one wild card in every Asian game as a striker. It is the first time in 17 years that a striker has not been selected for the Asian Games wild card.

Coach Hwang said, “Because a striker is a special position, we had to wait until the last minute. It would have been nice to have chosen, but in the end I made a different choice.” If I do my best to prepare for the rest of the period, I think I will be competitive enough to go to the finals.”

The three wild cards chosen by coach Hwang are midfielder Baek Seung-ho, central defender Park Jin-seop (above Jeonbuk), and full-back Seol Young-woo (Ulsan).

When it became difficult to pick a striker, coach Hwang considered ‘multi-ability’ first. The final entry for the Asian Games is 22 people, and there are only 19 field players excluding three goalkeepers. Considering the hot weather and the tight schedule, players with the ability to play a variety of positions are absolutely necessary. Baek Seung-ho, Park Jin-seop, and Seol Young-woo are all starting players in their respective teams, and they have sufficient multiplayer requirements. Baek Seung-ho can cover most of the midfield area, and Park Jin-seop plays excellently as both a center back and defensive midfielder. Seol Young-woo can play both the right and left fullbacks, which are said to be available only in the minority among fullbacks.

All of them are athletes who need special benefits for military service. But as much as that earnestness, the earnestness for the Taegeuk mark is also great.오래된 토토사이트

Baek Seung-ho, who is now the main player in the A national team, was not so during the Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang five years ago. He was expected to be selected, but he was not selected in the end. In addition, he lowered his head after failing to participate in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-23 Championship and the Tokyo Olympics. Seol Young-woo participated in the Tokyo Olympics at the call of coach Kim Hak-beom, but lost his dream of winning a medal as Korea was eliminated in the quarterfinals. The Asian Games are a golden opportunity for Seol Young-woo to aim for a gold medal.

Park Jin-seop is more desperate than any other player because this is his first Taegeuk mark. In particular, Park Jin-seop, who was of the final age for enlisting as managing director last season, is no longer able to apply for managing position. If he does not win the gold medal this time, he is destined to continue his career as a public service worker in the K4 League. There is no player with greater desperation and desperation than him.

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