Veteran defender Kim Chang-soo plays an active role as a ‘playing coach’ at Cheonan City FC.
Born in 1985, Kim Chang-soo started his professional career in 2004 with Ulsan Hyundai. He has been consistently active in a number of K-League clubs, including Daejeon, Busan, Jeonbuk, Gwangju, and Incheon. Excluding the three seasons he spent in the Japanese J-League, he played 303 K-League career games (8 goals-20 assists). He also played an active part in the Olympic team as well as the A team. In particular, he played a key role in winning the bronze medal in men’s football at the 2012 London Olympics. 토토사이트
Kim Chang-soo said, “Cheonan is a new team, so I can feel the passion from the players to achieve their goals.
Kim Chang-soo, who joined Cheonan, went to Chonburi, Thailand on the 6th with the team for winter training. He said, “I don’t think I will have much time to play this season. I don’t know if there will be a ‘next opportunity’. It will be a season to burn the remaining passion to achieve it. Fans’ interest is a source of strength for the team. I hope you will come to the stadium to support us and love our team.”