The secret of ‘kick craftsmanship’?… Captain Bitgaram Yun, practicing ‘alone’ free kick after training
I am serious about practicing free kicks.
Yun Bit-garam is called the ‘free kick master’. The ‘kick power’ with precise trajectory, impact, and ball quality is the best in Korea. He, too, is serious about practicing free kicks.
On the 4th, Bitgaram Yoon left for field training in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Ahead of the 2023 season, he traded with Lee Ki-hyeok to wear a Suwon FC uniform and is in the midst of quenching for the next season.
On the afternoon of the 13th, Suwon FC started training for about 1 hour and 30 minutes. After warming up, we played 3 quarters of mini-games for 30 minutes each. Suwon FC, which has a wide range of team changes, tried to match the combination with several players. After the short and intense training, the players warmed up one by one, and Yun Bit-garam started practicing free kicks in front of the goal post with a defensive mannequin standing.
In the beginning, the zero point was not aimed. The ball that crossed the defensive wall deviated greatly over the goalpost, but the more the ball was kicked, the more the ball drew a trajectory. Most of the players left the field, but Yun Bitgaram’s free kick training continued. He expressed regret for missed balls and satisfaction for well-rolled balls. 바카라
Aside from the free kick, Bitgaram Yoon plays an important role in the next season. In the first year of his transfer, he was given the role of ‘captain’. It is rare for transfer students to wear the captain’s armband, but Suwon FC coach Kim Do-gyun said, “The players have changed a lot. It also means a fresh start, and I left it (captain position) in the sense that Yoon Bit-garam, who came to our team with difficulty, will do it with a little more responsibility,” he explained.
Lee Seung-woo, who became vice-captain with Jung Jae-yong, said, “The manager trusts me that much, and there are many players of his age, so Yun Bit-garam seems to be comfortable with it.”
Yun Bitgaram also has a new mindset. In an interview with this magazine before leaving for Thailand, Yoon Bit-garam said, “I feel new because I am on a new team. When he trained on Jeju Island last December, he was very easy-going. He had a lot of players he knew, and it was actually a team he wanted to come to. So he is looking forward to this year more.