Shooting Monster’ Cho Young-wook (Gimcheon Managing Director), who has played in as many as 78 games in the national team for each age group, declared that the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games will be the last age-group competition, quickly joining Lee Kang-in, whose participation in the national team is uncertain. I shouted for him to do it.온라인바카라
Cho Young-wook, who enlisted in Gimcheon Sangmu for military service at FC Seoul, plans to reap the glory of being discharged early by winning the Asian Games. Cho Young-wook, who was born in 1999 and can no longer play on the national team for his age group unless he is selected as a wild card, showed his determination to win a gold medal by making this his last age group competition.
Cho Young-wook was first called up to the national team in 2013, when he was selected for the U-14 national team and participated in the 2013 Nanjing Asian Youth Games. Cho Young-wook, who played in all six games until the final of the tournament, scored three goals and led the national team to victory, and graduated from the U-14 national team.
Cho Young-wook, who had outstanding skills since his youth, was selected for the U-20 national team ahead of the 2016 Suwon JS Cup when he was 19 years old. Cho Young-wook, who successfully established himself in the U-20 national team with the winning goal against Korea and Japan in the third game of the tournament, played 46 games for the U-20 national team, including the 2016 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-19 Championship and the 2017 and 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cups. participated in.
Cho Young-wook, who also played in 26 games for the U-23 national team, scored 35 goals in a total of 78 games for the age group national team. Last year, he participated in the 2022 AFC U-23 Asian Cup and recorded 3 goals and 1 assist, and was selected as a member of the Hangzhou Asian Games team led by coach Hwang Seon-hong and is preparing for the final competition.
Hwang Seon-hong was summoned from Changwon, Gyeongsangnam-do and continued training, and from the 13th, he moved to the National Football Training Center (NFC) located in Paju, Gyeonggi-do, and is sweating his last breath ahead of the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games. After completing three days of training until the 15th, he will depart for Hangzhou, the site of the final battle, through Incheon International Airport on the 16th.
At 8:30 p.m. on the 19th, they will play the first group match against Kuwait, a strong force in the Middle East, at China’s Jinhua Stadium, and on the 21st, they will play the second match against Southeast Asia’s Thailand at the same time. The final game will be played against Bahrain in the Middle East at the same time on the 24th. The national team will attempt to win the gold medal for the third time in a row, following the 2014 Incheon Games and the 2018 Jakarta/Palembang Games.
Cho Young-wook met with reporters at Paju NFC on the 14th and said, “This is the last tournament. I want to reap the glory of last year. We won two games in a row in the previous tournament, so of course we must continue that record.” He said he will return with a gold medal. He declared that
He also added that he “told Lee Kang-in, who has not yet decided whether to join the national team, to come quickly.”
The following is a Q&A from Cho Young-wook’s interview.
-What are your impressions of training?
“The Asian Games are ahead, and since we are training before leaving the country, we are focusing a little more on the game. The players are also thinking positively and preparing well.”
-Looking at the evaluation matches so far, there is an assessment that you are the weakest offensive line among all Asian Games national teams.
“The players are well aware that they are hearing such evaluations. That is why we plan to attack and defend together as a team, rather than using individual abilities. We are preparing that way.”
-He is performing very well in his team. You have a lot of good memories from playing on the age group national team. Do you have any expectations?
“I also think that my team’s pace is good. I am now confident that I have improved to a certain degree. I have played for many age-group national teams, and since this is the last competition, I want to finish well. “
-It is becoming clear that Lee Kang-in’s joining will be delayed. Does the training method or your role change depending on whether Lee Kang-in is present or not?
“It is true that Kangin is the problem, and there are a lot of empty seats. But I don’t think about it that much. When Kangin comes in, we will gradually play to fit Kangin, and Kangin will also be able to help his teammates who can play better. “There will be movement and play. As of now, as I said before, we are focusing on moving as a team, and Coach Hwang Seon-hong continues to emphasize that aspect.”
-Among the current national team players, he is one of the closest players to Lee Kang-in. Have you had any private conversations?
“I kept asking when he would come. Kangin also contacted me and asked, ‘How’s the team atmosphere?’ and ‘How’s it going?’ I just kept telling him, ‘Come quickly.’ He also said, ‘I’ll come as soon as possible.’”
-Do you have any personal goals for this competition?
“As a striker, I think about scoring first. I don’t try to set a big goal from the beginning. My personal goal is about 3 goals.”
-You’ve worked with director Hwang Seon-hong before, but did you order anything in particular?
“He always tells me, as well as the strikers, that he asks for a lot of ways to get into a position where he can score as quickly as possible. He tells them to think for themselves and find their own way. Since the coach is a former striker, it’s a bit difficult. “It seems like more aggressive play or more aggressive positions are required.”
– I think I’m even more desperate for this tournament because I’m currently in the military. What is your mindset?
“Rather than being a soldier, I think we should run for the win first. Since we won the competition two times in a row, I think it is right for us to continue that record.”