Cho Kyu-seong in front of the big leagues… Which players missed out on Europe?

Correspondent Park Dae-ro = World Cup star Cho Kyu-seong (25) and his club Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors are worried about moving to Europe. However, there are also concerns that the timing may be missed if the transfer is delayed due to excessive weighing.

On the 12th, Kyu-seong Cho met with reporters at the 2023 K-League Winter Field Training Media Camp held at the clubhouse of Jeonbuk Hyundai, a professional soccer K League 1 in Bongdong-eup, Wanju-gun, Jeonbuk. He expressed his impatience, saying that his ransom price could drop and his performance could deteriorate. He

did not hide his concern that if he missed this opportunity, his long-awaited dream of entering the big leagues could be blown away. 슬롯사이트

In fact, he will advance to Europe after making a big success in the World Cup .

Seo Jeong-won, former coach of Suwon Samsung, gained fame as a side striker for the national team in the 1990s. He drew attention after scoring an equalizer against Spain, a soccer powerhouse, in the 1994 USA World Cup . The coach advanced to France and Austria. However, there were opportunities to transfer to FC Barcelona, ​​the most prestigious Spanish La Liga, Cologne in the German Bundesliga, and Benfica, the prestigious Portuguese club.

However, due to military enlistment issues and the passive attitude of the affiliated team, Anyang LG Cheetahs, etc. As the transfer failed, former manager Seo had to return to Korea.

In the 1990s, representative striker Hwang Seon-hong was hampered by an injury. Hwang Seon-hong participated in the 1990 Italy World Cup and the 1994 USA World Cup one after another, aiming to advance to Europe. Hwang Seon-hong tried to challenge the European stage by playing an active part in the 1998 World Cup in France, but he injured his knee in the evaluation match against China right before the World Cup, so he was unable to participate and his European advance was also cancelled.

Even after advancing to the semifinals of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup, the Taegeuk Warriors were flooded with love calls from European clubs.

After the World Cup, Yoo Sang-chul, the main player in the semifinals, received a transfer offer from Barcelona in La Liga, but his advance to Europe was canceled due to financial problems and disagreements over the transfer fee. Yoo Sang-chul eventually returned to Korea through the J-League.

Kim Tae-young, who played an active role in the 2002 World Cup wearing a mask, also received interest from the prestigious Newcastle United club in the English Premier League, but the transfer was not successful.

After the 2018 World Cup in Russia, there are cases where advancing to Europe was frustrated.

Gatekeeper Cho Hyun-woo was the most popular Taegeuk warrior at the 2018 Russia World Cup. Overseas clubs paid attention to Jo Hyun-woo, who kept the goal with numerous saves in every crisis. Observations mixed with expectations were raised that he would be the first Korean goalkeeper to be able to advance to a European club.

England, Spain, Germany, as well as Saudi Arabia, expressed interest in Jo Hyun-woo, but the trip to Europe was ultimately canceled due to military service issues. At the time, opinions were divided over the timing of the transfer, and Cho Hyun-woo delayed the timing of the transfer. This decision effectively prevented the trip to Europe.

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