Kim Yeon-soo’s promise, “Because I’m a candidate, I have to prepare more”

 Professional soccer K League 1 Incheon United defender Kim Yeon-soo (30) pledged to help the team achieve its goal.

 Kim Yeon-soo recently said, “Last season ended too early and he took a long break from exercise, but his training program is good and he is building his body well. He laughed, saying, “He is in perfect condition without any injuries.”안전놀이터

 Kim Yeon-soo left Seoul E-Land FC in the K-League 2 this season and became a ‘warrior of the sword (Incheon uniform color)’. This is the second Incheon transfer. After joining Gangneung City Hall in 2015, Kim Yeon-soo made his professional debut in 2017 at Seoul E-Land. He only played 9 games due to injury, but after moving to Ansan in 2018, he appeared in 50 games for 2 years and scored 1 goal and 1 assist, drawing attention. He played in 22 games for two years after joining Incheon in 2020, and last season he moved to Seoul E-Land and played 37 games. It is like returning to Incheon after a year.

 His first year in Incheon was not smooth. He transferred as a prospective player, but he suffered a serious injury and took more time off. Ahead of the 2023 season, he returned after being called by coach Cho Seong-hwan. He was selected as a resource to strengthen the team squad for the league and FA Cup as well as the club’s first ever Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL).

Kim Yeon-soo said, “I am a member of the former team, but I really liked coach Cho Seong-hwan. He saw his good performance and thought, “It’s cool,” but I’m deeply moved to be part of it,” he said. I think the players who led Incheon to the ACL should start. I just think that I have to prepare hard and be able to help when the opportunity comes.”

 In fact, Incheon digests several competitions this season. Rotation is essential. If a substitute player like Kim Yeon-soo has excellent skills, he can show off his performance without ups and downs. He said, “If I prepare well without injury, I think the opportunity will definitely come.” They were the ones who gave me strength, so now I want to give them strength.”

 He continued, “Unlike when I first came to Incheon, I felt that the current team is really ‘hard’. It seems that they have freely become one team in a structured discipline. There is also a clubhouse that did not exist before, so it is good to take care of your body. In the second Incheon, I want to do a long run without injury,” he laughed.

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