FC Seoul ‘One Club Man’ defender Go Kwang-min transferred to Sabah, Malaysia (comprehensive)
Veteran defender Go Kwang-min (35), who used to be a ‘one-club man’ of FC Seoul in the professional football K League 1, transferred to Sabah FC in Malaysia.
The Seoul club announced on the 18th, “Kwang-min Ko, who has been with us since 2011, moved to Sabah and left the team.”
Ko Gwang-min, who joined Seoul in 2011 through the K-League Rookie Draft, has been active only in Seoul in his professional life, except for 2017-2018, when he served as a public service agent.
He participated in a total of 246 games in Seoul, 바카라사이트 including 188 K-League games, and ranked 10th in the club’s all-time most appearances. FA) Helped to win the Cup.
In 2016, he was also selected as the best 11 defender of the K-League Classic season.
His contract renewal with Seoul was announced last month, but he made his first overseas advance after receiving an offer from Sabah, whom he met as a practice match opponent during Seoul’s field training in Thailand.
In a farewell video released on the Seoul club’s YouTube channel, Ko Kwang-min said, “I was preparing a lot thinking of this year as the last, but I was worried a lot when the transfer offer came. did,” he explained.
He said, “I am honored to have played for this team for such a long time. I feel proud and thank you for always supporting me,” he said. said.
Sabah, a member of the Malaysian First Division Super League, is a team that ranked third in the 2022 season, and Korean defender Park Tae-soo (34) is playing.