cruciate ligament injury’ Lee Geun-ho, who missed football itself, “I don’t like vacations either”


Lee Geun-ho, who returned from an anterior cruciate ligament injury, began flapping his wings for revival with the Ansan Greeners.

On the 6th, the Korea Professional Football Federation held a press conference for the 5th media camp of the 2023 season K-League winter f토토사이트ield training at the Seogwipokal Hotel located in Seogwipo, Jeju Island. From 4:00 pm, the Ansan Greeners, led by coach Lim Jong-heon, participated.

Ansan is entering its 7th season since its founding. With the beginning of the new year, he signed a new contract with manager Lim Jong-heon and quickly started preparing for the season. Furthermore, it is also noteworthy that the squad was reorganized by signing free contracts (FA) with several K-League 1 players. With Lee Geun-ho, Kim Jin-hyun, Kim Jae-seong, and Kim Beom-soo joining, power was reinforced across all positions.

It is one of the best ‘early birds’ in the entire K-League. Ansan set up a nest in Seogwipo, Jeju early in late December of last year and started winter training. Coach Lim Jong-heon and the players are sweating hard to keep the promise they made to the fans in the last home game last season, ‘I will come back as a stronger and stronger Ansan’.

After the press conference for director Lim Jong-heon, I met Lee Geun-ho. This winter, Ansan embraced Lee Geun-ho, who spent his career with Pohang Steelers, Jeonbuk Hyundai, and Jeju United after graduating from Yonsei University. Lee Keun-ho has not been on the ground for a long time due to an anterior cruciate ligament injury, but he is preparing for the season with more earnestness than anyone else.

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