Hwang In-beom (27, Crvena Zvezda) was the first to join the Korean national soccer team.
According to a video released by the Korea Football Association on its YouTube channel on the 5th, Hwang In-beom was the first to join the accommodation provided in Cardiff, Wales, England. Hwang In-beom arrived past midnight and was probably tired, but he immediately changed out of his sportswear and began personal training.
On this day, Hwang In-beom officially transferred from Olympiacos (Greece) to Serbian club Crvena Zvezda. Zvezda announced that it has signed a four-year contract with In-Beom Hwang.
Hwang In-beom has been going through a hard time. Hwang In-beom, who joined Olympiacos last summer, recorded 3 goals and 4 assists in 32 league games. Hwang In-beom, who took the starting position even in a situation where coaches continued to change, solidified his position enough to be named Olympiacos Player of the Year.
However, Hwang In-beom had a conflict with his team Olympiacos while pursuing a transfer this summer. This is because the contract he signed at the time of his transfer from Rubin Kazan (Russia) in the aftermath of Russia’s Ukraine was not clear.
Hwang In-beom’s side recognized that he had signed a 1+2 year contract and argued that only a buyout of about 3 million euros (approximately 4.3 billion won) was needed based on the fulfillment of the 1-year contract. On the other hand, Olympiacos countered that it was a three-year contract from the beginning and that they could demand a transfer fee of more than 10 million euros (about 14.2 billion won). 온라인카지노
Because of this, Hwang In-beom has not been able to play since the pre-season friendly against Norwich last July. He was not included in the Europa League qualifying semi-final against Genk or the Europa League qualifying final against Chuka Ritzki last month.
After his transfer, Hwang In-beom left a farewell message to Olympiacos fans through his social media, saying “Thank you for everything.” Hwang In-beom then said, “I will never forget the love I received from my fans. When I think of the support and love I received last season, all the criticism I have received is nothing.”
“I would also like to thank my colleagues, coaching staff and support staff,” he added. “I am delighted to see the team performing well at the start of the season. I hope to regain the league title and achieve success in the Europa League as well. Thank you.”
Meanwhile, Zvezda, where Hwang In-beom will be his new home, is a prestigious team with the most wins (9) in Serbian Superliga history. He also won the UEFA Champions League in the 1990-1991 season.
Zvezda won the Super Liga title last season and also qualified for this season’s Champions League. They are in Group G and will play in the group stage against Manchester City (England), Leipzig (Germany), and Young Boys (Switzerland).