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News: FC Anyang Appoint New Manager

K League Challenge side FC Anyang today appointed Go Jungwoon as their new manager and has set his sights on promotion in 2018.

(Picture Credit: FC Anyang)


Former Republic of Korea international winger Go Jungwoon has been unveiled as the new manager of FC Anyang for what will be the Wanju native's first foray into full management.

The 44-year-old, who was known for his pace in his playing days, was unveiled as the Violets' new boss on Thursday morning and has been tasked with spearheading a charge for the playoffs with Anyang next season.

Speaking to the media, Go said: "I always had the hunger to get back into the game. Every week I have been watching K League Classic and Challenge games as a commentator but to get back into the industry I got my pro license and have prepared myself well.

"Anyang were founded six years ago now and so we absolutely must make a challenge for promotion. And, much like the way I liked to play in my own days as a player, I want to build an Anyang team that plays fast and strong attacking football, I aim to take FC Anyang to at least the playoffs."

After Suwon FC's Kim Daeui, Daejeon Citizen's Lee Kibeom, Go becomes the third newly appointed K League Challenge club manager without much more than high school team experience on their respective resumes.

Go's most recent position was as Pungsaeng High School manager from 2010 to 2011, before which the 77-times capped former Korea international winger worked as a coach at Seongnam Ilhwa Chunman in 2008, at FC Seoul from 2005 to 2006 and with Jeonnam Dragons in 2004 after starting his coaching career with Sunmoon University in 2003.

Go began his playing career with Ilhwa Chunma/Cheonan Ilhwa (Seongnam FC), scoring 34 goals in 173 appearances over seven years before moving to Cerezo Osaka in the J League for a season. Whilst in Osaka Go scored three goals in 29 appearances before returning to his native Korea to play for Pohang Steelers and retired in 2001.

At international level, Go represented Republic of Korea at the 1994 World Cup in USA as well as earning a bronze medal at the 1990 Asian Games in Beijing.

Source: Hani & FC Anyang


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