FC Anyang Signs Veteran ‘Express Striker’ Han Eui-kwon…Expect an Offensive Boost

FC Anyang (owner Max Ho Anyang) has signed forward Han Eui-kwon.

Han made his professional debut with Gyeongnam FC in 2014 and is a veteran of 167 K League games, having played for Daejeon Citizens, Asan Mugunghwa, Suwon Samsung, and Seoul Island. His K League career record is 27 goals and 6 assists in 167 games.

In the 22nd season, he moved to the J-League Faziano Okayama for a new challenge and played two seasons. In the 24th season, he played for Balzan FC in the Maltese Premier League 토토사이트 추천 to gain experience overseas.

Han’s quick feet and gritty play make him a player with a strong ability to break through. The addition of Han will provide a big boost to the Anyang attacking lineup.

On joining FC Anyang, Han said: “I am happy to join FC Anyang. I’m joining a team with a great atmosphere and I hope to produce good results accordingly. I’d appreciate your support and encouragement,” he said.

Han will wear the number 94.

Meanwhile, Anyang will play Cheonan in the 21st round of the “Hana Bank K League 2 2024” on Monday, August 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the Anyang Sports Complex. 21st round against Cheonan at Anyang General Stadium.


“Away seats are sold out even today” The love of Suwon fans is real, even on weekday evenings at ‘Chungnam Asan Away’

“The away seats are sold out again today.” So says a Suwon Samsung official.

Suwon will take on Chungnam Asan Professional Football Club in the 13th round of the 2024 K League 2 on May 21 at 7:30 p.m. at Yi Sunshin Stadium in Asan, South Chungcheong Province.

Suwon has six wins, 텍사스홀덤 one draw and five losses (19 points) in 12 K League 2 matches this season.

Suwon are in desperate need of a win. Since their 3-1 win over FC Anyang on April 21, Suwon has drawn one and lost three of their last four matches.

Despite the four-match winless streak, the Suwon fans are still in love with their team. Suwon has the highest average home attendance in K League 2 this season. Overwhelming.

Suwon has averaged 10,554 fans (73,880 total) in each of its seven home matches in K League 2 this season. Out of the 13 clubs in the K League 2, Suwon is the only team with an average attendance of 10,000 or more. Suwon has also sold out away matches against FC Anyang, Seongnam FC, Chungbuk Cheongju FC, and Ansan Greeners FC.

“We had the highest away crowd mobilization rate in K League 1 last season,” said a Suwon official, “and in K League 2, the number of away fans is more pronounced because there are many away games in areas close to Suwon.” “The players are doing everything in their power to end the losing streak. We hope to repay the fans’ support with a victory.”

Suwon also plays away from home in the evening during the week with their fans cheering them on.