Son Jun-ho, Who Became A Body Of Freedom, Aims To Return To The Ground This Summer

He was released after being detained for about 10 months on charges of taking non-state operatives
Son Joon-ho, who maintained his weight by working out bare, aims to return as early as this summer
Son Heung-min, Lee Jae-sung, and Kim Jin-soo, who were born in 1992, also cheer for them

Son Joon-ho 32, who was detained by the Chinese authorities and released after 10 months, seeks to return to the ground after leaving the pain behind.

Son Joon-ho, who played for Shandong Taishan in the Chinese Super League, was arrested by Chinese public security in May last year and was remanded in criminal custody. At that time, China carried out widespread corruption and corruption assessments in the soccer community, and Chen Xuyuan, former president of the China Football Association, was sentenced to life imprisonment, deprived of political rights for life, and confiscated all personal property in the first trial.

The charges that Son Joon-ho received were “crime of accepting non-state operatives.” This applies to cases where a person belonging to a company or other unit, not a government agency, illegally receives other people’s property by taking advantage of his or her job convenience.

The possibility that Son Joon-ho participated in the match-fixing or that money was exchanged during the transfer process to Shandong was mentioned. He became a free body after being investigated for a long time in detention and stepped on Korean soil again on the 25th.

Son Joon-ho, who had an unexpected detention period in another country, is stabilizing. “I will focus on mental recovery while resting with my family at home in Busan for now,” Son’s agent said, adding that Son is not psychologically shaken.

Son Joon-ho, who was named the MVP of the K League 1 in 2020 and also helped Son advance to the round of 16 teams at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, is ready to tie his soccer boots again. Son reportedly terminated his contract with Shandong during his detention period.

According to the agent, Son exercised barefoot all day long while in custody. As a result, he has maintained the weight at 73 kilograms. “The Chinese authorities were so considerate that it came out healthy,” the agent said. “There was nothing to be concerned about such things as suppressing human rights.” “When I am mentally and physically ready, I will immediately seek to return to the ground this summer.”

“Though I received a lot of consideration, there must have been a lot of difficulties in Son Joon-ho’s 10 months of imprisonment,” he said. “He is calm and not swayed psychologically. I think he has grown significantly mentally.”

Players from the same national soccer team, who were born in 1992, also showed their support at the news that Son Joon-ho returned to Korea safely. “Junho and I have been playing soccer together for a long time,” Lee Jae-seong 32 of Mainz said ahead of the fourth match against Thailand in the second qualifying round for the 2026 FIFA World Cup in North and Central America. “It was heartbreaking and difficult to hear the news of detention, but I am grateful for the good news.” “I support and support you to play your favorite soccer again.”

“Welcome Back Junho,” Son Heung-min 32, the captain of the Korean national soccer team, said to the camera of the Korea Football Association after scoring a goal in the match against Thailand. “It’s a great pleasure, and soccer fans have been waiting for this news for a long time as a nation,” Son said after the match.

Kim Jin-soo 32, who played with the national team at Jeonbuk Hyundai, also expressed his feelings after the match against Thailand, saying, “I shed a lot of tears because I heard that he came back healthy,” adding, “I thought a lot about Jun Ho.” “I want to meet him as soon as possible.” 토토사이트

Meanwhile, Son Joon-ho expressed his feelings on his social networking service on Thursday. “I’m grateful that I can come back safely and enjoy my normal daily life with my family,” Son said. “Thank you for not forgetting to pay attention, wait, and worry for a long time.”

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