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"I'm looking forward to seeing the Ulsan fans again": Dave Bulthuis on Munsu return

This Saturday, Dave Bulthuis will head back to Ulsan for the first time since his move to Suwon Bluewings. The game, he says, will be "special" for him and that he is looking forward to seeing the fans and his ex-teammates.

After putting in a solid display against Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday, attention now turns to Ulsan Hyundai away for Suwon Bluewings defender Dave Bulthuis. This means a return to a stadium he called home for three seasons. The Dutchman admits that he is looking forward to the occasion:

"Yeah, I'm really looking forward to playing in Ulsan. We have on Wednesday, this all-star game then directly two days later, we play against Ulsan so I hope I will survive everything. Yeah, for sure, I'm looking forward to seeing the Ulsan fans again and the players, so it will be a special game for me."

Bulthuis' time at Ulsan ended somewhat unceremoniously, unable to say goodbye to the fans as he found himself out of the team toward the end of the 2021 season. In the end, it was down to a clash of ideas with Horangi boss Hong Myung-bo:

"I had some disagreements with the coach. I think everybody knows already. I have not any problems with the club. Of course, the club wanted me to stay but yeah, turns out different. That's life, you know, and we just move on."

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Bulthuis also admits that the season hasn't quite gone to plan for Suwon thus far:

"I think everybody is a little bit disappointed [with] how the season goes so far. I feel sorry for the supporters also, because even in these hard times they standing behind us and I really respect that. I think Suwon [have] great supporters and it surprised me every time again, that we disappoint them and they still come to the game after, they come again in the stadium. And I hope we can change, you know, we had some good moments in May. I think June was not so good but we will see what the future brings. But I think we will fight until the end of the season for being in the top six."

Listen to the full interview on next week's K League United Podcast

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