“FC Seoul’s first permanent absentee.” Go Yo-han receives the K-League Achievement Award

The Korea Professional Football Federation announced on the 12th that it will award the merit award to Ko Yo-han in recognition of his dedication to the K-League for 20 years since joining Seoul in 2004. 사설 토토사이트

The award ceremony will be held at 2 p.m. on the 13th at the Seoul World Cup Stadium before the K-League 1 round match between Seoul and Pohang Steelers.

Go Yo-han has scored 34 goals and 30 assists in 366 K-League matches while playing professionally in Seoul alone. His 366 matches are the most played by a Seoul player.

In Seoul, he has won a total of six championships, including three K-League titles (2010, 2012 and 2016), one FA Cup of the Korea Football Association (currently the Korea Cup) (2015), and two League Cups (2006 and 2010).

He also played for the national team and played in 21 A matches, including participating in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

He was the captain of Seoul between 2018 and 2020, and he was also named the first permanent absentee of the Seoul club with the number 13 permanently absent along with the announcement of his retirement in February this year.

After his retirement, he began his career as a coach at Osan High School, Seoul’s under-18 (U-18) team, and continued his relationship with Seoul.

The Seoul club designated the match against Pohang as a “Silent Day” on the 13th to hold a retirement ceremony and a permanent absentee ceremony.

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