Won league title last year for first time in 17 years signed through 2026
Four come-from-behind wins in 24 games this season Looking for second straight league title
Head coach Hong Myung-bo will remain at the helm of professional soccer’s Ulsan Hyundai for three more years.
Ulsan and Hong have agreed to a three-year contract extension that will keep him in charge through the 2026 season, the club announced today.
Hong took the helm of Ulsan in 2021 and led the club to its first league title in 17 years last season.
This season, he has continued to build Ulsan into a team that knows how to win. In 24 league games this season, Ulsan has come from behind four times (two at home and two away).
Hong is determined to lead Ulsan to greater heights. “If the past time was a time to understand and build the team, I will strive to establish Ulsan as a leading club representing the K League,” he said. “Above all, the fans are the strength and driving force for me and my players to take another step forward. We will continue to do our best for all those who love and support Ulsan.”
“As Ulsan aims to win back-to-back league titles for the first time in the club’s history and to win the league early for the second consecutive season, 토토사이트 the news of Hong Myung-bo’s extension will provide new motivation for the second half of the season,” Ulsan emphasized.