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News: K League Legend Appointed as FC Anyang Goalkeeper Coach

Valeri Sarychev, the legendary K League goalkeeper who also went by the name Shin Euison (Hands of God), was today unveiled as FC Anyang's new goalkeeper coach.

(Image via Naver)


K League Challenge club FC Anyang have appointed Valeri Sarychev (Shin Euison) as their new goalkeeping coach.

The appointment comes a few weeks after the citizen club appointed Go Jungwoon (pictured above right) as their new manager following the departure of Kim Jongpil last season. Both Go and Sarychev played together in the early-to-mid 90s whilst at Ilhwa Chunma/Cheonan Ilhwa.

Sarychev, a nationalised Korean citizen, attained legendary status in Korea thanks to his superior ability in between the sticks for Ilhwa Chunma/Cheonan Ilhwa Chunma and LG Anyang Cheetahs/FC Seoul, to the point where the K League banned foreign goalkeepers.

Much like Anyang's new boss Go Jungwoon, Sarychev is targeting a push at the playoffs in 2018 with the Violets next season.

Speaking after his appointment, Sarychev said: "I will give my best efforts to coach the goalkeepers of Anyang with the goal of reaching the playoff semi finals. I hope my experience can help FC Anyang."

As a coach Sarychev has worked with Busan IPark and two spells with Icheon Daekyo Women's team.

During his playing days he made over 320 appearances in the K League and won three consecutive Championships with Ilwha Chunma/Cheonnam Ilwha Chunma from 1993 to 1995, the League Cup in 1992, the AFC Champions League in 1995, the Afro-Asian Club Championship in 1996 and the Asian Super Cup in 1996.

Whilst with Anyang LG Cheetahs/FC Seoul, Sarychev won another K League title in 2000 as well as a Korean Super Cup in 2001.

Source: Naver

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