Professional football Gwangju FC, which has been promoted to the first division, will continue to accompany coach Lee Jung-hyo until 2024.
Gwangju recently announced that it had signed a renewal contract until 2024 with manager Lee Jung-hyo, who was appointed as the club’s 7th manager and achieved promotion after a year of relegation.
Coach Lee Jeong-hyo, who took the helm of Gwangju as a rookie coach in 2022, revealed his true value in his first season in office.
Coach Lee Jeong-hyo, who confirmed the K-League 2 championship in the shortest period of time with a unique record of 25 wins, 11 draws and 4 losses, set a new record for K-League 2 most wins and most points (previous 20 wins, 73 points) and K League 2 most consecutive home wins (10 consecutive wins). ), rewrote numerous records, such as winning against all clubs at home.
He also enjoyed personal honors, such as being 카지노사이트 selected as the Manager of the Month Award twice for K-League 1 and 2 coaches (April and September) and winning the K-League 2 Grand Manager Award.
Manager Lee Jung-hyo said, “Gwangju is a team that believed in me. Although it is lacking, I want to be with general manager Choi Soo-young, who has persuaded me for a long time, the front desk who has kept faith, and the fans who have sent wonderful support for a long time,” he said. “2023 will be another challenge. We will show the potential of Gwangju.”
An official from Gwangju said, “Director Lee Jeong-hyo did not just give us the gift of winning and being promoted. He gave autonomy and responsibility to the team, and created Gwangju’s unique team color while showing tough football.” “There is no trial and error 4 times. He said, “I will spare no support and effort so that I can show competitiveness in the first division.”
Meanwhile, the Gwangju team, which is currently sweating in Chiang Rai, Thailand, is scheduled to return to Korea on the 31st and start the 3rd training session in Jeju from February 3rd.