Hwang Ui-jo, who is suspected of “illegal filming,” returns to his team’s starting lineup + plays for 78 minutes… Norwich City lose 0-1 away to Millwall

Hwang Ui-jo, a member of Norwich City in England, started as one of the two top players of the 4-4-2 formation in an away match against Millwall in the 25th round of the 2023/24 English Championship (second division) in London, England on the 30th, and left the ground in the 33rd minute of the second half by alternating with Josh Sart.

It has been exactly 32 days since Hwang returned as a starting member. Earlier, Hwang scored a goal in the 12th minute of the first half as a starter in an away match against Watford on April 29, but was later replaced in the 16th minute due to pain in the thigh muscle (hamstring).

He was on the rise, scoring goals in two consecutive games at home against the Queens Park Rangers (QPR) on the 26th of last month and away from Watford, but he slowed down.

After undergoing rehabilitation, Hwang Ui-jo made his comeback in the 27th minute of the second half at a home game against Huddersfield Town on the 24th. In the away game against West Bromwich Albion on the 27th, he increased his playing time and was put in the 15th minute of the second half. 스포츠토토

Coach David Wagner, who leads Norwich City, started Hwang Ui-jo in the last game of the year after confirming that Hwang Ui-jo’s physical condition was normal through two replacements.

However, Hwang failed to score a goal in the match against Millwall on the day, following two substitutes. Norwich City lost 0-1 after being hit by home team striker Brad Shaw in the 18th minute.

Norwich City finished 13th out of 24 teams with 10 wins, four draws and 11 losses (34 points). Millwall, who narrowly lost in the Premier League promotion play-off final last season, jumped four notches from the previous 20th to 16th with seven wins, eight draws and 10 losses (29 points).

Hwang Ui-jo’s national team status is currently temporarily suspended, so he is expected to be able to focus only on his team in the UK for the time being.

Earlier, the Korea Football Association held a separate meeting late last month and decided not to select him from the national team until he was indicted after investigating him.

In June, Hwang Ui-jo, who claimed to be his ex-lover, posted photos and videos of Hwang Ui-jo and women on social media and deleted them in the wake of controversy. On the 26th of the same month, Hwang Ui-jo filed a complaint with the Seongdong Police Station in Seoul on charges of violating the Information and Communication Network Act (timely defamation of false information) and threatening A, who spread the privacy disclosure.

However, five months later, on the 17th of last month, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency’s cybercrime investigation team summoned Hwang Ui-jo for illegal filming, and the case entered another phase. The former lover, who appeared on Hwang Ui-jo’s filming on the 21st of last month, said through his legal representative, “I have dated Hwang, but I have never agreed to shoot sensitive videos at that time or since, and I have asked him to delete them continuously.”

Hwang Ui-jo reiterated through his legal representative that the shooting was taken by agreement, but the controversy intensified. In the end, the Korea Football Association decided not to select Hwang Ui-jo, who is currently suspected of illegal filming, as a member of the national team for the time being through a meeting on the 28th of last month.

Coach Jurgen Klinsmann of the national soccer team also tried to take Hwang Ui-jo to the Qatar Asian Cup, which opens on the 12th of next month, saying, “No charges have been confirmed yet,” shortly after the second Asian qualifying round for the 2026 World Cup, but accepted it after the Korea Football Association’s disciplinary action and excluded him from the final entry of the Asian Cup announced on the 28th.

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