When Jeonbuk Hyundai, a professional soccer player, failed to achieve the goal of winning 6 consecutive wins in the K-League 1 last year, they gnashed their teeth properly. Japanese midfielder Jun Amano (31), who played an active role in winning the rival Ulsan Hyundai (K1), was hired on loan.
Amano is from the Yokohama F. Marinos (Japan) 토토사이트 youth team and made his professional debut in 2014. He has been active in the J-League all along except for one season (26 games, 4 points and 4 assists) on loan to KSC Roque Run (Belgium) in 2019.
Amano, who left 27 points and 35 assists in 209 games in 8 seasons in Yokohama, entered the K-League stage by joining Ulsan through loan last year. He displayed threatening shooting and delicate passing with his sharp left foot kicking power, and led the championship with 9 points and 1 assist in 30 appearances.
Amano, who has already finished adapting to the league, plans to show a more threatening appearance in the K-League this season by adding skill to his original strengths. He said, “Jeonbuk is a team that has won many championships and always advances to the ACL, so I have known it well since I was in Yokohama.”
Meanwhile, Jeonbuk plans to make the most of the new foreign player system this season by recruiting additional foreign players. In addition, while currently preparing for the 2023 season by sweating at the Yulsori Clubhouse located in Bongdong-eup, Wanju-gun, in mid-January, he will leave for Spain for field training and start quenching in earnest.