Hwang Eui-jo (31), who returned to the K-League wearing an FC Seoul uniform, revealed that his goal was to score double digits.
At the K-League Winter Media Camp held at the HJ Convention Center in Gangdong-gu, Seoul on the 22nd, Hwang Eui-jo said, “We prepared well for the soccer that Seoul aims for in winter training. 80-90% of my physical condition has been completed through practice games, and I will fill in the rest as I play through the season. I will prepare as much as possible to win and play a fun game.” 카지노사이트
Hwang Eui-jo moved from Bordeaux (France) to Nottingham Forest (England) in August of last year and was immediately loaned to Olympiacos (Greece) under the same owner, but he scored only one assist without a goal. According to FIFA rules, only two teams on the same continent can play official matches in a season, so on the 5th, he was leased to Seoul for a short period of six months. Hwang Ui-jo had an opening game against Incheon United at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 25th.
Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo said, “When I first worked with Uijo (in Seongnam) in 2013, I was devoted to one thing, but now I have grown into a player who plays an important role in society. He is putting more effort into it, and he has to score goals in every game to look like Uijo.”
Hwang Ui-jo said, “Coach Ahn said, ‘One goal in every game’, but I want to score in as many games as possible, if not in every game, and win as many as possible. Although he is short, I hope he becomes a player who is useful to the team.” In addition, Hwang Eui-jo said, “I always aimed for double-digit goals no matter which team I went to or which league I played. He said, “I want to aim for a double-digit score in Seoul as well.” Seoul striker Na Sang-ho also said, “While Ui-jo is playing in Seoul, we will score 10 goals, 10 goals each, to reach 20 goals.”
Hwang Ui-jo, who was the one-top striker of the national soccer team, lost a chance to score in the first leg of the Qatar World Cup against Uruguay, giving the lead to Cho Kyu-seong. In the K-League 1, Jeonbuk Hyundai’s Cho Kyu-seong will continue to compete, and fans have high expectations. Hwang Ui-jo said, “I have never played with Kyu-seong as an opponent, so I am also looking forward to it. If I and Kyu-seong prepare thoroughly, I think it will be a fun match.”
In addition, Hwang Eui-jo said, “I look forward to the confrontation with Suwon Samsung. Even when I played in Seongnam, the super match (Seoul and Suwon Samsung) was an expected game. I want to win even against strong teams like Ulsan Hyundai and Jeonbuk Hyundai. I think Seoul is a team that can be compared.”
Hwang Eui-jo, whose lease with Seoul expires in six months, aims to re-enter Europe. Previously, Hwang In-beom was on a short-term loan from Kazan, Russia to Seoul, and then re-entered Olympiacos. Hwang Eui-jo said, “As a player, I will do my best in my role. Then (something) won’t happen,” he said.