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News: Daejeon Hana Citizen appoint Lee Min-sung as new manager

Daejeon Hana Citizen have appointed Lee Min-sung as the club's new manager. Lee was the assistant to Kim Hak-bum in the Korea U23s setup before taking the reigns at Purple Arena.
(Image via DHFC)

Daejeon Hana Citizen's search for a manager concluded on Wednesday when the Purples unveiled former Korean National Team defender Lee Min-sung as the man tasked with guiding the team to promotion.

The Purple Arena hierarchy are said to have interviewed numerous candidates for the position over a long period of time before making their choice. 

Speaking on his appointment, Lee said: "My role will be to turn Daejeon Hana Citizen into a strong, young team. It's a difficult situation for all but in 2021, Daejeon Hana Citizen Football Club will do all it can to give the people of Daejeon strength and a reason to smile."

This will be Lee's first job as a manager having worked as an assistant with the Korea U23s and Chinese side Changchun Yatai between 2016 and 2018, Ulsan Hyundai under outgoing Daejeon caretaker manager Cho Min-gook, after spells as coach with Yongin City, Guangzhou Evergrande, Gangwon FC and Jeonnam Dragons.

As a player, Lee made 95 caps for his country scoring 23 goals, featured in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups, and turned out for Daewoo Royals/Busan Icons, Sangmu, Pohang Steelers, FC Seoul and Yongin City.

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