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News: Daejeon Citizen's 2018 Season 56-man Squad Numbers

Barely recognisable from the squad of a mere year ago, squad numbers for a 50-plus player Daejeon Citizen squad have been released for the 2018 season. From the squad that recorded the Purples' lowest ever finish, bottom of the second tier, only nine first-team players have been kept on by new gaffer Ko Jongsoo and CEO Kim Ho.
(Image via DCFC)

Daejeon Citizen's enourmous 54-man squad for 2018 contains just eight players who represented the club last year, only two of those from the very start of the season. Amongst those, attacking midfielder Jung Minwoo has moved from 19 to 9, towering defender Yun Junseong, who returned from Sangju midway through the season, has moved from 55 to 4, forward Park Daehoon has moved from 28 to 16. Elsewhere, striker Kim Chanhee has switched from 24 to 19, full back Park Jaewoo from 12 to 26, whilst Shin Hakyoung, Yun Shinyoung, and Jeon Sanghoon have kept their 13, 22, and 23 shirts respectively. Daejeon's two new foreign stars, namely Filip Hlohovsky will wear the number 10, whilst Pedro Henrique will wear 91.

Full list below:

1. Kim Jinyoung (GK)
2. Kim Yeseong
3. Hwang Jaehoon
4. Yun Junseong
5. Kwon Youngho
6. Ahn Jaejoon
7. Oh Jangeun (Captain)
8. Park Suchang
9. Jung Minwoo
10. Filip Hlohovsky
11. Kim Seungseop
12. Kang Hanbit
13. Shin Hakyoung
14. Yoo Haeseong
15. Cho Kwibeom
16. Park Daehoon
17. Ko Minseong
19. Kim Chanhee
20. Ahn Sanghyeon (Vice Captain)
22. Yun Shinyoung
23. Jeon Sanghoon
24. Hwang Jaewon
25. Ko Myeongseok
26. Park Jaewoo
28. Kim Minseong
31. Moon Yonghwi (GK)
32. Yoo Jinseok
33. Kim Seongjoo
34. Park Myeongsoo
35. Cho Taegeun
36. Lim Minhyeok (GK)
38. Jang Wonseok
39. Cho Yechan
40. Nam Yunjae
41. Kang Yunsung
42. Gong Yonghoon
43. Kim Seyoon
44. Lee Jisol
45. Ahn Juhyeong
46. Kim Seongik
48. Kang Soobyeong
49. Park Taehyeon
50. Lee Junho
51. Yun Kyeongbo
52. Hwang Jaejeong
53. Lim Junsik
54. Ahn Dongmin
55. Lee Jiho
56. Seo Jeongho
57. Kim Seonghoon
62. Han Hodong (GK)
64. Park Inhyeok
65. Song Inhak
66. Park Sooil
77. Baek Jonghwan.
91. Pedro Henrique

Retired numbers: 18 Kim Eunjung, 21 Choi Eunsung

2018 Season Preview: here

2018 Winter Transfer Tracker: here

2018 K League 2 Fixtures: here

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