‘Seoul’s 10th place’ Go Kwang-min moved to Sabah, Malaysia
FC Seoul one-club man Ko Kwang-min leaves the team.
On the 18th, Seoul said through the club’s official channel, “Kwang-Min Ko, who has been with us since 2011, has left the team after transferring to Sabah FC, Malaysia. Seoul sincerely appreciates the times we spent with Kwang-Min Ko, and will support him in his new challenge.” news of the transfer.
Ko Kwang-min wore the 2011 Seoul uniform. Ko Kwang-min was a multi-resource enough to digest both left and right wingbacks. Except for leaving the team for a while for his military service, he is a veteran resource who has played 11 years in Seoul alone.
Kwang-min Ko is a player who shared the glory of Seoul by winning the FA Cup in 2015, including two K-League 1 championships (2012, 2016). He scored 5 goals and 13 assists in 188 K-League games in Seoul alone.
Originally, Kwang-min Ko planned to continue to accompany Seoul. On the 24th of last month, Seoul officially announced through the club channel, “Seoul has signed a renewal contract with Ko Kwang-min.”
However, an unexpected relationship was formed during the field training. Last January, Seoul digested battery training in Thailand. In a face-to-face confrontation with Sabah, whom he met as an opponent for field training, Ko Kwang-min performed well and received an offer from Sabah. In the end, Kwang-Min Ko chose to experience overseas leagues in the twilight of his career. 안전놀이터
He even said goodbye. Ko Kwang-min greeted the team in Kirashima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan, the second winter training ground, and moved to Seoul for transfer. The transfer is expected to be completed soon. On the other hand, defender Park Tae-soo, who was active in the K-League in the past, is playing an active role in Sabah. Therefore, it seems that there will be no great difficulty in adapting.