National defender Kim Moon-hwan 카지노사이트(28-Alduhail) has joined the defending Qatari professional football champions due to his ability to play in a variety of roles, including his main position.
Kim left K League One side Jeonbuk Hyundai in the summer transfer window to join Al Duhail until the 2024-25 season. Qatar is rated fifth in the 2023-24 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) rankings.
According to Qatari sports media outlet Winwin, Alduhail cited Kim’s versatility (he can play in multiple positions, including midfield), experience (he has played in many international tournaments), quality as a right-back, and his young age as reasons to bring him to the club.
Kim Moon-hwan plays in the rain during a training camp in Austria for the 2023-24 Qatar Pro Football Stars League. Photo: Alduhail official social media
Kim has 11 goals and 15 assists in 199 professional matches, including cup competitions, since 2017. He has scored in four different positions, including right full-back/wing-back and left full-back/wing.
At club level, he has played as a left wing-back, centre-forward, central midfielder, attacking midfielder and right winger. He was a starter for the national team at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Asian Games gold medal and the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, where they finished 16th.
With Busan I-Park, he was named to the 2018-2019 K League 2 Best 11. With Los Angeles FC, he scored one goal and made one assist in 28 games in the 2021-2022 American Major League Soccer (MLS) season. In the AFC Champions League last season, he had one assist in six games, helping Jeonbuk reach the quarter-finals.
“Scout Alduhail recommended the club to sign Kim, saying, ‘We will benefit from having him on board,'” WinWin reported.
It is also positive that Kim has a good compatibility with West Asia, as he made his major tournament debut at the 2019 AFC Asian Cup in the United Arab Emirates and reached a career high with a full cap at the Qatar World Cup.