Professional soccer team FC Seoul renews contract with ‘Lee Eul-yong’s son’ Lee Tae-seok

FC Seoul of the K-League 1, a professional soccer team, announced on the 12th that it has signed a new contract with side defender Tae-seok Lee.

Lee Tae-seok, who graduated from Osan Middle School and Osan High School, the youth teams under the Seoul club, and joined Seoul in 2021

played 76 games in the K-League until last season. 먹튀검증사이트

Lee Tae-seok is the son of former coach Lee Eul-yong, who played a leading role in the semifinals of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup and served as a player and head coach in Seoul.

The Seoul club said, “With the renewal of Lee Tae-seok’s contract, we have established a stable side line with the existing Kim Jin-ya and Lee Si-young

as well as the newly recruited Choi Jun,” and expected, “He will bring tactical flexibility to the team.”

Lee Tae-seok said, “I am very happy to have renewed my contract with Seoul,” and added,

I will contribute to the team to achieve good results to rebuild Seoul’s famous team under new coach Kim Ki-dong.”

Meanwhile, Lee Tae-seok, who is joining the Olympic soccer team led by coach Hwang Seon-hong

is scheduled to leave for Turkye on the 13th for field training.

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