[Recent News][6]

K League 1
K League 2
Classic
FC Seoul
Jeonbuk
Daejeon
Featured
ACL
Challenge
AFC
Interview
Ulsan
Incheon
Podcast
Korean National Football Team
Jeonnam
Seoul E-Land
Daegu
Jeju
Busan
Suwon
FA Cup
KNT Men
Transfers
Gyeongnam
Gangwon
K-League Classic
Pohang Steelers
K League Challenge
Fans
Suwon Bluewings
Ansan
Gwangju
Seongnam FC
Anyang
Asan
Bucheon 1995
Preview
Suwon FC
Gaming
Daejeon Citizen
Bucheon
KNT
Football Manager
Abroad
Sangju
Citizen
From The Stands
Pohang
K League Classic
FM2018
Busan IPark
World Cup
Gimcheon
Awards
Korean national team
Recap
News
Elimination Game
FIFA
KFA
Asian Cup
EAFF
FM2017
Events
KNT Women
Chungbuk Cheongju
K League All Star Game
Chungnam
Gimpo
K3
Russia 2018
East Asia Cup
K4
Qatar 2022
playoffs
Cheonan
FIFA16
Power Rankings
Away Days
CONIFA
Club World Cup
Busan Transport
Cheongju
Chungju
Goyang
Inter Korea
North Korea
Ulsan Citizen
Yangpyeong FC
Asian Games
Chiangrai United
Cho Hyun-woo
Final A
Final B
Final Round
Goyang Citizen
K5
Mokpo City
National League
Pocheon
Russia 2020
SoRare
Survivor
TNTFC
Winners Circle
Yokohama
scouting

News: Paulo Bento Names First Korea Squad

Paulo Bento Names First Korea Squad
Newly appointed manager Paulo Bento has named his 23-man squad for the forthcoming friendlies against Costa Rica and Chile. Bento has called up 10 K League-based players including Busan IPark's Kim Moonwhan and Asan Mugunghwa's Hwang Inbeom whilst FC Seoul's Yun Sukyoung returns after a two-year absence. 
(Image via K League)

After arriving in Korea just last week former Portugal Head Coach Paulo Bento has had to hit the ground running with two domestic friendlies to prepare for in the coming weeks, Costa Rica in Goyang on Friday 7th September and Chile in Suwon on Tuesday 11th September.

The 49 year-old, who lead Portugal to the semi finals of Euro 2012, has handed first call ups to Busan IPark's Kim Moonhwan and Asan Mugunghwa's Hwang Inbeom, both of whom are currently with the Korea U23 squad for the Asian Games. Captain Ki Sungyeung has also been called up after making his Newcastle United debut at the weekend, and FC Augbsurg's Ji Dongwon returns to the fold whilst Incheon United's Moon Seonmin's recent form ensures his place within the squad.

Full Squad

Goalkeepers

Kim Seunggyu (Vissel Kobe, Japan)
Cho Hyunwoo (Daegu FC)
Kim Jinhyun (Cerezo Osaka, Japan)

Defenders

Kim Youngkwon (Guangzhou Evergrande, China)
Kim Minjae (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)
Jung Seunghyun (Kashima Antlers, Japan)
Yun Youngseon (Seongnam FC)
Yun Sukyoung (FC Seoul)
Hong Chul (Sangju Sangmu)
Lee Yong (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)
Kim Moonhwan (Busan IPark)

Midfielders

Jang Hyunsoo (FC Tokyo, Japan)
Ki Sungyeung (Newcastle United, England)
Jung Wooyoung (Al-Sadd, Qatar)
Ju Sejong (Asan Mugunghwa)
Nam Taehee (Al-Duhail, Qatar)
Hwang Inbeom (Asan Mugunghwa)
Lee Jaesung (Holstein Kiel, Germany)

Forwards

Lee Seungwoo (Hellas Verona, Italy)
Son Heungmin (Tottenham Hotspur, England)
Moon Seonmin (Incheon United)
Hwang Heechan (Red Bull Salzburg, Austria)
Ji Dongwon (FC Augsburg, Germany)
Hwang Uijo (Gamba Osaka)

No comments:

Post a Comment

Start typing and press Enter to search