K League 1 Suwon FC, striker Ahn Byung-jun ‘re-signed after 4 years’

Ahn Byung-jun returns to Suwon FC after 4 years

Professional soccer team K League 1 Suwon FC has re-signed striker Ahn Byeong-jun (34) after 4 years.

Suwon FC announced on the 6th, “We have re-signed Ahn Byeong-jun, a key player in the team’s promotion to the first division in the 2020 season, after 4 years.”

An Byung-jun, who debuted in the Japanese J-League’s Kawasaki Frontale in 2013, entered the K-League stage for the first time with Suwon FC in 2019. 슬롯사이트

An Byung-jun, who was born in Japan and played as a striker for the North Korean national team with a Joseon identity, finished his debut season with 8 goals, and in 2020, he recorded 20 goals and 4 assists, winning the triple crown of K League 2 scoring leader, MVP, and Best 11 that year.

Suwon FC, led by Ahn Byung-jun’s performance, experienced the joy of promotion to K League 1.

However, Ahn Byung-jun ended his time with Suwon FC by transferring to K League 2 Busan IPark in January 2021.

An Byung-jun then played for Busan and Suwon Samsung, and after playing 12 games (1 assist) for Busan this season, he made a surprise return to Suwon FC through the summer transfer market.

Ahn Byung-jun, who returned to Suwon FC after four years, said, “I’m happy to be able to return to Suwon FC, a team full of good memories,” and added, “Personal goals are important, but more than anything, I want to become a player who contributes to the team’s goals and be loved by the fans.” 파친코사이트

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