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Daejeon Citizen Squad Numbers Announced

Daejeon Citizen today released their squad numbers ahead of the 2016 season. 



There were one or two surprising changes, notably Kim Byung-Suk changing from number 8 to number 5, and promising youngster Hwang In-Beom being handed a shirt in the first eleven moving from 13 to 6.

The numbers 3, 9, and 10 have not currently been assigned which could offer some insight into what Choi Mun-Sik sees as areas to strengthen before the transfer window closes.

Perhaps the underfire boss will be in the market for a left-sided full back and indeed a striker.

However, the number 9 shirt could be handed to on loan Jeju United striker Seo Dong Hyun but an official announcement of his arrival has yet to have been made by Daejeon.

Spanish-board Filipino internation defender Alvaro Silva absence from the official squad numbers suggests his days with the club are numbered.

Wanderson remains to be the only foreign import in Daejeon’s squad.


1. Park Ju-Won (GK)
2. Kim Tae-Bong (DF)
4. Woo-Hyun (DF)
5. Kim Byung-Suk (MF)
6. Hwang In-Beom (MF)
7. Han Eui-Gwon (FW)
8. Kim Sun-Min (MF)
11. Yoo Seung-Wan (FW)
12 Park Jae-Woo (DF)
13. Kim Hyeong-Jin (DF)
14. Byeon Jeong-Seok (DF)
15. Kang Young-Je (MF)
16. Lee Dong-Soo (MF)
17. Jin Dae-Sung (FW)
19. Park Dae-Hun (FW)
20. Jang Jun-Young (DF)
22. Oh Chang-Hyun (DF)

23. Cho Ye-Chan (MF)
24. Yeom Gwang-Bin (MF)
25. Lee Beom-Soo (GK)
26. Kim Dong-Gon (DF)
27. Kang Yun-Sung (MF)

28. Choi Young-Hyo (MF)
29. Kim Hae-Shik (DF)
30. Nam Yun-Jae (FW)
31. Kim Ji-Cheol (GK)
34. Rim Jun-Shik (FW)
77. Wanderson (FW)
88. Ko Min-Hyuk (MF)




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