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News: Daejeon Hana Citizen Squad Numbers 2020

News: Daejeon Hana Citizen Squad Numbers 2020
Daejeon Hana Citizen have released the team's squad numbers for the 2020 season. There are new numbers for first-team regulars Lee Ji-sol and Park In-hyeok whilst the club's foreign stars have all been allocated numbers in the first eleven. 

Daejeon's foreign contingent, Connor Chapman, Bruno Baio, and Andre Luis will wear six, nine, and 10 respectively. Meanwhile, promising centre back Lee Ji-sol moves from 44 to four, the U20 World Cup finalist looks set to be a key player for the Purples once again this season. Elsewhere, goalkeeper Park Ju-won keeps hold of the number one shirt, despite the acquisition of Kim Dong-jun who will wear 23.

Park In-hyeok shifts from nine to 17 as Hwang Jae-hun (3), Kim Seung-seop (11), Yoon Kyung-bo (5), and Lee Jung-moon (42) are among the handful of players who keep their number from last season. New recruits Lee Seul-chan, Park Yong-ji, and Yoon Seung-won are also assigned prominent squad numbers of 13, 19, and sevenOf course, no players have been assigned 18 or 21, both numbers have been retired as a tribute to club legends Kim Eun-jung and Choi Eun-sung.


Full List


1. Park Ju-won (GK)
2. Lee Jong-hyun (DF)
3. Hwang Jae-hun (DF)
4. Lee Ji-sol (DF)
5. Yoon Kyung-bo (DF)
6. Connor Chapman (MF)
7. Yoon Seung-won (FW)
8. Koo Bon-sang (MF)
9. Bruno Baio (FW)
10. Andre Luis (FW)
11. Kim Seung-seop (FW)
12. Kim Jin-young (GK)
13. Lee Seul-chan (DF)
14. Cho Jae-cheol (FW)
15. Park Jin-seop (MF)
16. Lee Gyu-ro (DF)
17. Park In-hyeok (FW)
18. Retired (Kim Eun-jung)
19. Park Yong-ji (FW)
20. Hwang Do-hyeon (DF)
21. Retired (Choi Eun-sung)
22. Choi Jae-hyun (DF)
23. Kim Dong-jun (GK)
24. Ahn Dong-min (MF)
25. Kim Tae-yang (GK)
26. Lee In-kyu (DF)
27. Yoon Sung-han (MF)
28. Kim Se-yun (MF)
29. Jeong Hee-woong (FW)
30. Park Ye-chan (FW)
31. Hwang Jae-jung (DF)
32. Lee Ho-bin (MF)
33. Lee Woong-hee (DF)
35. Ko Jun-hee (DF)
36. Kim Ji-hun (DF)
37. Kim Seon-ho (DF)
41. Gong Yong-hun (FW)
42. Lee Jung-moon (DF)


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