It’s no wonder who runs… Hwang Seon-Hong Ho notices ‘the best 2nd line competition’

It is not strange no matter who is selected in the second line of the U-24 national team.

The U-24 national team, which will participate in the Hangzhou Asian Games in September, is sweating in Paju. Players summoned to Paju on the 15th will train until the 17th. Only K-League players were summoned for this training call. In the case of overseas players, it is expected that they will join in September before the Asian Games are held.

There are many outstanding players in this U-24 national team. Just looking at the list called up for the Paju training, Cho Young-wook (Gimcheon Sangmu), Yang Hyeon-jun (Gangwon FC), Um Won-sang (Ulsan Hyundai), Umji-seong (Gwangju FC), Song Min-gyu, Lee Subin (Jeonbuk Hyundai), Ko Jae-hyeon, Hwang Jae-won (Daegu) FC), Ko Young-jun (Pohang Steelers), Lee Tae-seok (FC Seoul), etc.

In particular, the competition for the second line is expected to be fierce. High-level resources in the K-League, such as Yang Hyeon-jun, Eom Won-sang, Um Ji-seong, Ko Jae-hyeon, Ko Young-jun, and Song Min-gyu, will compete for positions. Each player has different strengths and weaknesses, and it is difficult to distinguish superiority and inferiority because they have their own characteristics. In addition, if Lee Kang-in, who is having a career-high season and showing outstanding performance, joins, one spot will virtually disappear, so attention is focusing on which of the domestic players will be selected by coach Seon-Hong Hwang.

If it is limited to this season’s performance, there is a high possibility that Koh Young-jun and Ko Jae-hyeon will be ahead of the competition. Koh Young-jun has scored 5 goals and 1 assist so far, and Ko Jae-hyeon also scored 4 goals, leading Daegu’s attack. However, in the case of Youngjun Ko, since he often plays in the second-line attacking midfielder position, there is a concern that his position overlaps with Kangin Lee.스포츠토토

There are some players who have experience of being selected for the A national team, such as Song Min-gyu and Eom Won-sang, but in the case of these two players, they are having a rather difficult time compared to last season. This is the same for Yang Hyeon-jun, the main character of the K-League 1 Young Player Award last season, and Um Ji-seong, the core of Gwangju.

Each player’s situation is different, but they are still players that are not strange no matter who is selected. Since there is still time before the announcement of the final list for the Asian Games, the U-24 national team’s second-line resources are unlikely to be vigilant until the end.

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