Coach Byun Sung-hwan Leads the U-17 National Team

K-League 2 Suwon’s new head Coach Byun Sung-hwan leads the U-17 national team

Suwon Samsung, which fell to 8th place in the professional soccer K-League 2 despite its ambition to ‘promote to the championship’, appointed Byun Sung-hwan, former coach of the U-17 national team, as its new head coach.

On the 31st, the Suwon club announced, “We have appointed coach Byun Seong-hwan as the 10th head coach.”

Detailed contract terms were not disclosed. 카지노사이트

The Suwon club expects Coach Byun to reorganize the players’ tactics and manage their psychological aspects to get the team back on track.

Suwon said, “As a new coach, we searched for a candidate by focusing on having a solid soccer philosophy and vision, a high understanding of the best soccer trends, applying a scientific training system, and training and coaching based on clear analysis.”

“I judged him to be the best candidate,” he said.

He explained, “Coach Byun Sung-hwan is a representative ‘research leader’ in the soccer world, as he is in charge of the technical report published every month by the Korea Football Association.

He is evaluated as having in-depth soccer knowledge and charisma.”

Coach Byeon, who played in the K-League and the Australian Professional Football League A-League during his career, began his career as a coach at Seongnam FC in 2015 after retiring as a player.

He coached the Korean U-16 national team in 2019 and took command of the U-17 national team in 2022, and led the team to second place in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-17 Asian Cup held last year.

The Suwon has recently fallen into crisis.

Suwon Samsung, who started their first season in K-League 2 under former coach Ki-Hoon Yeom, had a 4-game winning streak at the beginning of the season, but fell helplessly after a 1-1 draw with Gyeongnam FC on the 28th of last month and losing 5 games in a row.

Suwon, which expressed its ambition to win the second division and be promoted, was once in the lead and showed its prospects, but soon its ranking fell to 8th place (6 wins, 1 draw, 7 losses, 19 points).

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