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"There's always a competitive atmosphere," Cho So-hyun on developing her game in England

Paul Neat speaks with West Ham United and Korean National Team midfielder Cho So-hyun about her time in England, how to improve the women's game in Korea, future ambitions, and the benefits of constant competition. 

Widely regarded as one of South Korea's finest players and the most capped women's international, Cho So-hyun is making her mark in England this season playing for West Ham United. After making her mark for perennial powerhouse Hyundai Steel Red Angels on Korean shores, Cho has continued to make a name for herself abroad. After a brief stint with INAC Kobe Leonessa in Japan, she made the move to Europe with Avaldsnes IL in Norway's top flight, and now plies her trade for West Ham in the FA Women's Super League. 

Our Paul Neat caught up with her to discuss her season thus far, how life suits her better in England, and what steps she believes need to be taken to improve the women's game in Korea. 

EXTRA | Cho So-hyun Interview

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