Choi Won-kwon has joined the Vietnam national soccer team

Former Daegu FC head coach Choi Won-kwon has joined the Vietnam national soccer team, led by head coach Kim Sang-sik.

“I am honored to follow in the footsteps of my seniors Park Hang-seo and Lee Young-jin.”

Choi signed a contract to become the head coach of the Vietnamese national soccer team on Monday. Terms and conditions of the contract were not disclosed. It is a new challenge for Choi, who stepped down as Daegu’s head coach after 12 years last month. Choi will join former Jeonbuk Hyundai coach Kim Sang-sik, 카지노사이트 who was appointed earlier, in coaching Vietnam’s A national team and U-23 national team.

As the youngest K League 1 coach at 1981,

Choi has a proven track record of guiding young players through their development, and it will be interesting to see how he will impact the potentially promising Vietnamese players. Choi, who played for FC Seoul from 2000-2010, Jeju United from 2011-2013, and Daegu FC from 2014-2016, is one of the youngest coaches in the K League, having served as Daegu’s playing coach in 2016, Daegu’s coach from 2017-2020, and Daegu’s head coach from 2021-2022 before taking over as acting head coach after Alexander Gama’s voluntary resignation in August 2022, and then as Daegu’s head coach until last April. He proved his leadership skills by guiding Daegu to the Final A last season.

Upon his appointment, Choi said, “I am very honored to build on the foundation laid by my predecessors, Coach Park Hang-seo and Coach Lee Young-jin. I am also grateful to the Vietnam Football Association for the opportunity,” said Choi. 메이저사이트 “I have always had a vision for the Southeast Asian soccer market, and I am happy and excited to leave Korea and challenge a new soccer market. I will do my best to help coach Kim Sang-sik and help Vietnam soccer rise again.”

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