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News: Suwon FC Appoint Kim Daeui as Manager

Suwon FC today announced the appointment of former Suwon Bluewings winger Kim Daeui as new first team manager. The 43-year-old Suwon native will take charge of his first game in round 35.

(Picture credit: Suwon FC Official)




Following the resignation of Cho Dukje in August, long serving first team coach Cho Jonghwa had been placed in temporary charge at Castle Park whilst the plans to appoint a new manager were put  in place.

However, after receiving resumes from over 60 applicants, the club's hierarchy eventually narrowed down their search for a new manager to Suwon Bluewings winger Kim Daeui before making the appointment on Friday afternoon.

As a player, Kim started his career at Hanil Bank in 1997 before moving to Japan a year later to play for JEF United Ichihara Chiba. After that Kim returned to Korea in 1999 to turn out for Ulsan Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Dolphins before a three-year spell with Seongnam Ilwha Chunma. In 2004 Kim moved back to his home town to play for Suwon Bluewings where he spent six years and making 121 appearances before finishing his playing career in Singapore for Home United in 2011.

Having had a spell as player coach whilst with the Bluewings, Kim made the full transition into coaching whilst in the S League with Home United before becoming a scout for Suwon Bluewings in 2013.

Kim's only managerial experience to date is with Maetan High School (Suwon Bluewings Academy).

Speaking to Suwon FC's official website, Kim said:

"I am thankful to the team for appointing me as the third manager of Suwon FC despite the controversy of being a novice manager. Much as how I had strived to in my playing days, I will make a team that shows diligence and sincerity, and that one that will not give up whilst also playing attacking football. I will make it a citizen club that is loved by it's fans."

Kim's first official game in charge will be against Bucheon 1995 in round 35, caretaker boss Cho Jonghwa will remain in charge of first team affairs on Saturday when Suwon host Busan IPark.

Source: SuwonFC.com

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