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News: Six Players End Military Service With Asan Mugunghwa

Asan Mugunghwa Military Service
Six more players have departed K League 2 table-toppers Asan Mugunghwa this week following the completion of their mandatory military service. Players include their first choice goalkeeper, former captain, and second-top goalscorer.
(Image via K League)
Another batch of players who have completed their military service will depart Asan Mugunghwa this week, leaving Park Donghyuk with a skeleton squad for the K League 2 run-in. Asan will now be without first choice goalkeeper, Park Juwon, the Club's second-top goalscorer, Kim Hyun, as well as Kim Jonggook, former captain and the club's highest appearance maker in 2018 as Coach Park's side look to win the K2 title.

As is the norm at this time of year players will return to their parent clubs. It is a similar scenario at the start of the following year when more another group of players come to the end of their service and then be replaced with a fresh batch of recruits. However, it has been reported that Asan Mugunghwa will no longer be able to recruit new players from the National Police Agency from next season, putting the Club's future in serious doubt. A further 12 players are due to leave Asan in the winter, meaning that only 14 will remain for the start of the 2019 season. Unless Asan Mugunghwa put forward a recruitment plan for next season, the team will not be allowed to compete in the K League. The National Police Agency and Asan Mugunghwa have until the final day of the regular season, 11th November, to respond.

Full List

Kim Jonggook (Suwon FC)
Kim Dongcheol (Seoul E-Land)
Seo Yongdeok (FC Anyang)
Park Juwon (Daejeon Citizen)
Lee Jooyong (Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors)
Kim Hyun (Jeju United)

Source: Yonhap/Asan Mugunghwa Facebook

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