“I will burn my will to advance.” Busan, Ahn Byung-joon, former top scorer in K League 2, re-enters

K League 2 Busan I’Park, which is challenging for promotion, re-introduced Ahn Byung-joon, a former top scorer.

Busan said on Wednesday that it will renew its commitment to promotion by bringing back Ahn after a year and a half. Ahn, who left for Suwon Samsung in July 2022, returned to his former team Busan after a year and a half.랭크카지노도메인

Ahn Byung-joon, a third-generation Korean-Japanese who also played for the North Korean national team, first stepped into the K-League when he joined Suwon FC in 2019 after playing in the J-League in Japan. Since then, he has led Suwon FC’s promotion with 21 points and four assists in 26 league games in the 2020 season, and won the MVP, top scorer and best 11.

In 2021, Ahn moved to Busan and continued his career. Ahn scored 23 goals and four assists in 34 league games, and in that year, he won MVP, top scorer, and best 11, grabbing three gold medals for the second consecutive year. In the following year, he stayed with Busan until the summer and moved to Suwon Samsung.

“Ahn Byung-joon is a player who uses both feet well and has strong shooting skills due to his strong ankle strength,” the Busan club said. “He also has a calmness and ability to participate in defense that does not miss chances.” He added, “I hope he will come back to Busan and show his overwhelming self again.”

Busan recently recruited Lopez to the existing offense team consisting of Kim Chan, Ramas and Pesin, and Ahn Byung-joon joined the team to form a more solid offense.

Ahn Byung-joon said, “I’m glad to be back in Busan. I’m grateful to the team that offered me again,” adding, “I think Busan is a really special team that reached out to me three years ago in a difficult and difficult situation.” “That’s how much I want to contribute to this team this year,” Ahn said.

Busan, which re-introduced Ahn Byung-joon, has been preparing for the 2024 season through overseas off-season training in Hua Hin, Thailand, since the 8th.

In the 2023 season, Busan missed the promotion to the first division. Busan, which advanced to the playoff as the second-ranked team in the league and clashed with Suwon FC, won the first game 2-1 but lost the second game 2-5, failing to advance.

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