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K League News Round-up June 30



The latest K League news includes Hwang In-beom's future, Koo Ja-cheol could return this weekend and in a special edition Jeju United kit, while Lee Chung-yong has a go at Bucheon FC 1995 fans.

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Ahead of joining K League 2 in 2023, Cheonan Citizen Football Club submitted its official application at K League headquarters in Seoul on Thursday. The club will use Cheonan Civic Stadium for home matches. (News1)

An unnamed Gwangju FC player has had his contract terminated after being involved in sexual assault with a woman. According to Sports Hankook, the player was one which had a lot of potential and much was expected from him. It is unclear as to whether the player has been charged but the club said that the termination of his contract was in line with standardised K League contracts which state that a termination clause can be activated in case of sexual violence or harassment. 

Lee Chung-yong described Bucheon fans as being "too noisy" during the recent FA Cup quarterfinal penalty shootout, particularly when Ulsan players were getting ready to take their penalties. Lee said that the behaviour of the Bucheon fans was "embarrassing" even to listen to, especially with children present and that it overstepped the mark but wouldn't say exactly what was being said. The Ulsan captain was pictured with his finger over his lips while facing the away end at the Munsu, as if to tell the visiting supporters to be quiet. (Sportal Korea)

MBN reports that Jeju United will wear a special edition third strip this weekend against FC Seoul for a match which the club says will be "carbon neutral". The new third strip takes inspiration from the island's Haenyeo deep-sea women divers and is made from over 32,000 recycled plastic bottles that were collected by fans. The strips were made using reduced energy consumption and minimal greenhouse gas emissions. Koo Ja-cheol is expected to make his Jeju United return this weekend after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors manager Kim Sang-sik will lead Team K League against Tottenham Hotspur in the friendly match on July 13th. Suwon FC's Kim Do-kyun will be the assistant and the duo will have a squad of 24 players, two from each K League 1 club. The squad will be announced on July 7th. (Korea JoongAng Daily)

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Stefan Mugoša's move to Vissel Kobe has gone through but the player will say his goodbyes to Incheon fans at a farewell party which will be arranged by the club. The Montenegro international will stay in Korea until his visa has been processed which would allow him to travel to Japan. The fee is reported to be around 1.3 billion KRW or $1 million. (Kookmin Ilbo)

Suwon Samsung Bluewings have signed former Japan international winger Manabu Saito from Nagoya Grampus. The 32-year-old has signed an 18-month contract and will wear the number five shirt. (Sportal Korea)

Utility player Lee Jung-moon is joining Seoul E-Land from Jeju United on a permanent deal, according to Sports World. Lee signed from Daejeon Hana Citizen in 2021 as a centre back but was given the number nine shirt before the start of this season as Lee had played as an emergency striker for Daejeon and Jeju. However, he is now due to leave the island after only two starts for the club.

The latest with Hwang In-beom, whose contract expired on June 30th, is that FC Seoul remain extremely interested in extending his deal. The player, meanwhile, is waiting for an offer from Europe. Seoul intend to keep tabs on the situation and but will wish him luck if he decides to leave, according to SPOTV News

Daegu FC have announced the departure of Brazilian midfielder Bruno Lamas after his deal expired on June 30th. InterFootball reports that Lamas has interest from Suwon FC.


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