FC Seoul One Club Man’ DF Ko Kwang-min transfers to Sabah, Malaysia
Go Kwang-min (35), 메이저사이트 a veteran defender of FC Seoul in the domestic professional football K League 1 (division 1), is leaving the team.
Seoul said through the club’s official SNS (social media), “Kwang-min Ko, who has been with us since 2011, left the team when he transferred to Sabah FC, Malaysia. Seoul conveyed the news of the transfer on the 18th, saying, “I sincerely appreciate the time I spent with Ko Kwang-min, and I will support (his) new challenge.”
Ko Kwang-min, who graduated from Ajou University, wore the Seoul uniform in 2011. He played for 11 years only in Seoul, except for a brief leave from the team for military service. He played 188 games in the K-League, scoring 5 goals and 13 assists. He was a multi-resource who digested both left and right wingbacks.
He scored 8 goals and 16 assists in 246 official matches, including cup competitions. During this period, Ko Kwang-min contributed to Seoul’s league championship in the 2012 and 2016 seasons. In the 2015 season, he contributed to winning the FA (Korea Football Association) Cup. He was a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) runner-up in the 2013 season.
Originally, Kwang-min Ko was scheduled to accompany Seoul this season as well. On the 24th of last month, the Seoul club announced that it had renewed the contract with Ko Kwang-min. However, Sabah, whom he met as an opposing team during Thailand’s field training, highly praised Ko Kwang-min’s performance. Ko Kwang-min, who received a transfer offer, decided to advance overseas as a result of repeated thoughts.