FC Anyang signs North Korean international Lee Young-jik, vows to “adapt quickly and show good play”

Professional soccer K League 2 club FC Anyang has signed midfielder Lee Young-jik.

Lee began his professional career with Tokushima Vortiva in 2013 and moved to V-Baren Nagasaki in 2015, where he played for two seasons. Since his professional debut, Lee has played exclusively in Japan, with stints at Kamatamare Sanuki, Tokyo Verdi, FC Ryukyu, and Iwate Gruya Morioka. 홀덤사이트 His J-League career total is 261 games with 20 goals and 8 assists.

He played in every match of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, helping North Korea win a silver medal. In 2015, he was called up to the North Korea A team to compete at the AFC Asian Cup, and four years later, he was selected for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup. He also played in the match between North Korea and South Korea at the Qatar 2022 World Cup Asian Second Qualifying Round. In total, he has 23 caps and one goal.

Lee Young-jik is a defensive midfielder with a solid physique that is complemented by his 6-foot-2 frame. He is known for his personality and fighting spirit, as well as his attacking qualities. He is also a versatile player who can also play center back, which will further strengthen the defense of Anyang.

“I think I’ll be able to adapt quickly because the team atmosphere is good and my teammates are all comfortable with me,” said Lee Young-jik, who joined FC Anyang. I want to show good play so that the fans can enjoy the game,” said Lee. “I want to work hard every day to show my play on the field so that I can give the fans of Anyang a victory. I ask for a lot of support and I will repay the support.”

Meanwhile, FC Anyang will host Chungbuk Cheongju FC in the third round of the K League 2 at Cheongju Stadium on Sunday, July 17 at 2 p.m.

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