Cho Hyeon-taek and Kang Yun-goo return to Ulsan Hyundai loan…Aiming for a new season opportunity

January 9, 2023 0 Comments

Side defender Cho Hyeon-taek and midfielder Kang Yoon-gu returned on loan to Ulsan Hyundai.

The return of Cho Hyun-taek and Kang Yoon-gu, who were recognized for their talents early and gained experience through loan transfers to Bucheon FC 1995 in K League 2 and Busan I-Park, respectively, is expected to be a great help to Ulsan in the 2023 season. 

As the captain of Shingal High School in 2019, Cho Hyun-taek led the team to the championship in the 56th Blue Dragon National High School Football Championship and won the Best Player Award, joining Ulsan the following year and going straight to the pros. 

His debut in his first year of joining was canceled, and Cho Hyun-taek, who moved on loan to Bucheon FC ahead of the 2021 season, slowly begins to shine. Cho Hyun-taek, who quickly became a starting player not only with his stamina as a side defender but also with good kicking power and a sense of joining the attack, recorded 7 points and 7 assists in 63 matches in the K-League 2 over two seasons. Above all, Cho Hyun-taek, who showed more than U22 resources by recording 6 points and 4 assists in 34 league games last season, made a golden return to Ulsan by being named in the K League 2 Best Eleven. In addition, Cho Hyun-taek, who is a regular member of the U23 national team, aims to sharpen his toes to become a member of the 2024 Paris Olympics while establishing himself in his team.

Ahead of the 2021 season, Kang Yun-gu, who joined Ulsan with the title of “High School Prospect”, also returned to Ulsan after a year of rental life. Kang Yoon-gu, who made his debut against Tigres UANL at the 2020 FIFA Club World Cup as an expectant star, continued his anticipation by showing a strong appearance in the opening match of the 2021 K League 1. Kang Yun-gu, who was named in the AFC Champions League due to his wide field of view, activity, and ability to participate in defense, will be transferred to Busan for more experience in the 2022 season. Kang Yoon-goo, who played in 13 league games in Busan and tasted various experiences as well as scoring and assisting, plans to return to his home team and further strengthen his skills. 토토사이트

The two players, who once again proved their skills and potential and returned to Ulsan, are U22 resources and will immediately double Ulsan’s power with a sense of power.

The two players, who returned to Ulsan with great expectations, said in unison, “There are many things I want to show. I want to repay the expectations of the fans and the team in a wonderful way and prove my value beyond my potential. Please look forward to and support the upcoming 2023 season.” He expressed his feelings and determination to return.

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