National team defender Kim Chang-soo appointed as K-League 2 Cheonan playing coach

Reporter Kim Dong-chan = Kim Chang-soo (38), a former soccer national team member, has been appointed as the professional football K-League 2 Cheonan City FC playing coach.

Kim Chang-soo, who started his professional life in Ulsan Hyundai in 2004, went through Daejeon, Busan, Jeonbuk, Gwangju, and Incheon, and played three seasons in the Japanese J-League. 토토

He is a veteran defender who scored 8 goals and 20 assists in 303 K-League games and won the bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics.

Kim Chang-soo, who left for winter training in Thailand with the team on the 6th, said through the Cheonan club, “I will do my best thinking that this year is the end of my career as a player.” expressed his feelings.

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