“If you get a chance in Europe, you must go without fail.”
Park Joo-ho (Suwon FC) gave advice to junior players who are dreaming of advancing to Europe at a press conference for the 2023 K-League Winter Field Training Media Camp held in Jeju on the 7th. told
Currently, many Korean soccer players are active in Europe, including Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur), Kim Min-jae (SSC Napoli), and Lee Kang-in (RCD Mallorca).
Recently, Oh Hyeon-gyu, who played for Suwon Samsung Ace, moved to Celtic, a prestigious club in Scotland. Last season’s K-League top scorer and 2022 Qatar World Cup star Cho Kyu-seong (Jeonbuk Hyundai) also stayed, but was courted by European clubs during the winter transfer window.
As more and more Korean players are active in Europe, veteran Park Joo-ho, who played for FC Basel (Switzerland), Mainz 05, and Borussia Dortmund (above Germany) and stepped on the stage of the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League, always encourages his juniors. He advised me to dream of a European challenge.
Park Joo-ho said, “(Europe) challenges are a matter of course온라인카지노. I think it’s a dream for all soccer players to go to Europe.”
He continued, “When I was young, I had no dream of advancing to Europe. My dream was to go to the J-League in Japan.” “he added.
He also said, “I also dreamed of advancing to Europe while I was in Japan, so advancing to Europe is a great motivation for all players. It is what I hope for.”
Park Joo-ho argued that in order to increase the number of players entering Europe, players should take on challenges rather than making realistic choices, and clubs should be considerate.
He said, “(If there is an opportunity), you must go out unconditionally. You must not be too obsessed with money,” he said.
He explained the reason, “A player can grow up and become a bigger player and come back, and I don’t think the player will get the same offer next year.”
He added, “I made an offer because I was lacking in a specific position, but if it is already filled with other players later, it will be a completely different situation, so if there is a chance, I would like to go out and experience it.”
He also said, “This changes a lot in terms of soccer and how you view soccer, so I think it would be good to go out (to Europe) and experience it.”