Seongnam FC, which is making a fresh start in the K-League 2 this year, recruited former Olympic midfielder Moon Chang-jin as a free contract.

The Seongnam club announced on the 5th that “Left-footed midfielder Moon Chang-jin, who creates sensible plays based on dribbling and foot dexterity, signed a contract with Seongnam and departed for Chiang Mai, Thailand, a winter training center.”

Moon Chang-jin, who played 154 matches in his K-League career and scored 21 goals, made his professional debut at Pohang Steelers after going through Pocheol Middle School and Pocheol Technical High School. 메이저놀이터

In his first four years as a pro, he recorded 10 points and 8 assists in 70 games at Pohang, and later went on to build a career in the K-League, going through Gangwon, UAE Al Ahly, Incheon, Sangmu, and Busan.

He led the team to victory by scoring 4 points in 6 games at the 2012 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-19 Championship.

Coach Lee Ki-hyung, who took charge of Seongnam this year, said, “We needed an offensive position in the midfield. It seems like we have brought a good player that Seongnam needs, and he is a player who can do more than the current level.”

Moon Chang-jin said, “Seeing that there are more players younger than me on the team, I can feel that I have become a senior. told, said