Park Joo-ho (36, Suwon FC), who was in charge of the left side of the national soccer team, takes off his uniform.

On the 25th, soccer officials said, “Park Joo-ho will hold a retirement ceremony in the K-League 1 match against Ulsan Hyundai, which will be held on June 6 at Suwon Sports Complex. The retirement ceremony will be held as a pre-game event.”

Park Joo-ho is a star player who has been through the national team by age since his promising days. In 2008, when he was a student at Soongsil University, he joined Japan’s Mito Holyhawks and debuted as a pro. After passing through Kashima Antlers and Jubilo Iwata, he moved to FC Basel (Switzerland) in the 2011-2012 season and stepped on the European stage. Afterwards, he joined Mainz 05 (Germany) in the 2013-2014 season and walked the Bundesliga stage, and after going through Germany’s prestigious Borussia Dortmund, he joined Ulsan in 2018 and stepped on the domestic stage. He formed a relationship with his current team, Suwon FC, ahead of the 2021 season, leading the team to remain in the K League 1 for the second consecutive season. His K-League career record is 3 assists without a goal in 124 games.메이저사이트

His footprint as a representative of his country was also splendid. He was named to the 2007 Canada U-20 (Under 20) World Cup team, and participated in the 2014 Incheon Asian Games as a wild card, giving Korea its first gold medal in 28 years. As an adult national team player, he scored one goal in 40 A matches, starting with Finland in 2010. He contributed to Korea’s runner-up in the 2015 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup, and also participated in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

At his retirement ceremony on this day, the Suwon FC club plans to show a video dedicated to Park Joo-ho as a player, as well as deliver a commemorative photo frame and bouquet.

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