“I still have a lot to show” A new start in Gwangju, Kim Han-gil’s confidence

Gwangju, which has been promoted to the K-League 1, sharpened its sword in recruiting. In addition to the existing members, they recruited ‘multiplayer’ midfielder Kim Han-gil to build a near-perfect squad.

Gwangju announced on the 23rd that they had recruited midfielder Kim Han-gil, who played for FC Seoul and Jeonnam Dragons. 토토사이트

Kim Han-gil, who is 178cm tall and weighs 65kg, is a fast-paced winger with excellent dribbling skills. With his excellent passing ability and vigorous activity, he is evaluated as a multi-player capable of playing not only as a central midfielder but also as a left-sided defender.

Kim Han-gil, who was coached by coach Lee Jung-hyo while attending Ajou University in 2014, joined Seoul in the 2017 season and was recognized for his potential as a promising player by participating in 10 games.

Later, Kim Han-gil, who moved the team to Jeonnam in 2020, enlisted in Kimcheon Sangmu and spent a career high season recording 2 goals and 2 assists in 34 games last season.

Kim Han-gil, who joined Gwangju after being discharged from the military, said, “I am happy to reunite with coach Lee Jung-hyo, who gave me a lot of guidance during college, in Gwangju, where I showed the best performance last season.” I want to be remembered as a player who is dedicated to the team, wherever I am.”

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