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Central defender Cho Yoo-min has left professional soccer’s K League 1 Daejeon Hana Citizens for Sharjah FC of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Daejeon club announced the move on social media on Thursday .Daejeon said, “We would like to thank Cho Yoo-min for his dedication as a strong pillar of the team in moments of cheer and adversity. casinositekingcom We wish him the best in his new challenge, as he has always energized us with his positive energy even under a lot of pressure.”

In 2022, Jo Yoo-min played for Daejeon in the K League 2, where he was a key part of the team’s defense and captain, leading the team to a promotion, a top-11 finish, and a nomination for the league’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) award. In the K League 1 in 2023, he was limited to 21 appearances due to injury, but coach Lee Min-sung still planned to use him as the core of the defense. However, with the move, Daejeon was tasked with making the most of its existing resources, including foreign players such as Anton and Aaron, to fill Cho’s void.

Born in 1996, Cho Yoo-min has publicly expressed his desire to play overseas. At a press conference for the 2023 K League Winter Training Media Camp in February last year, when asked about going overseas, Cho said, “I’m greedy.” “It’s natural for a player to aim to go to a better stage, a better league or team,” he said. After breaking out in Daejeon in 2022, Cho earned his first call-up to the A team that summer, and went on to reach the World Cup finals in Qatar. However, since Jürgen Klinsmann’s arrival, he has fallen out of favor with the national team. He has lost out to the likes of Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich), Kim Young-kwon (Ulsan), and Jung Seung-hyun (Al Wasl).Sharjah are in fourth place in the UAE Professional Football League in the 카지노사이트킹 2023-2024 season with six wins, five draws, and two losses.

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