“Seoul’s first permanent absentee” Ko Yo-han wins the K-League Achievement Award…Seoul vs. Pohang Pre-Game Awards Ceremony

Ko Yo-han, who retired after last season after playing for FC Seoul for 20 years, will receive the K League Achievement Award. “FC Seoul One Clubman Go Yo-han will receive the K-League Achievement Award,” the Korea Professional Football Association said on Sunday. Since his debut in the K-League as a member of Seoul in 2004, Go Yo-han has been in Seoul for 20 years. 카지노사이트 순위

Go Yo-han scored 34 goals and 30 assists in 366 K-League matches. His 366 matches are the record for most matches played by a player in Seoul. He has lifted a total of six K-League titles, including three in 2010, 2012, and 2016, one in the FA Cup (2015), and two in the League Cup (2006 and 2010).

Ko Yo-han was the first team captain to lead the team for three consecutive seasons from 2018 to 2020. In recognition of Ko’s contribution, Seoul has designated Ko Yo-han’s number 13, as a permanent number, the first permanent number in the club’s history.

Ko Yo-han played in 21 matches for the national team while in the K-League, and also contributed to enhancing the status of Korean soccer by winning the 2017 East Asian Football Federation (EAFF) E-1 Championship and participating in the 2018 FIFA Russia World Cup.

Ko Yo-han announced her retirement from active duty ahead of this season, and has been working as a coach for Osan High School, the U18 team under Seoul, since this year. The professional federation awards Ko Yo-han for his dedication to the K League over the past 20 years. Coach Ko Yo-han’s K-League Achievement Award will be held at the pre-match event between Seoul and Pohang at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 13th.

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