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News: Choi Yongsoo Re-Appointed as FC Seoul Manager

Choi Yong-soo FC Seoul Manager K League 1
Former FC Seoul manager, Choi Yongsoo, has been appointed as the club's new manager. The 45 year-old enjoyed a successful spell at Sangam between 2012 and 2016 before leaving for the Chinese Super League and has been brought back to the capital as the three-time K League Champions battle relegation.
(Image via K League)
Former boss Choi Yongsoo has been re-appointed as the manager of FC Seoul following the club's disastrous run of form under caretaker boss Lee Eulyong. Seoul's defeat to Jeonnam Dragons in round 32 condemned the club to a guaranteed bottom half split finish and, with just five points separating Seoul in ninth to Incheon at the bottom, the club found themselves in the midst of a relegation battle.

Choi, who departed Sangam in June 2016 in order to take over Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning, won the K League title with FC Seoul in 2012, as well as an FA Cup in 2015 and even guided Seoul to an AFC Champions League Final in 2013.

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