Yeom Ki-hoon, the oldest left-footed master in the K-League, challenges the record of 80 goals and 80 assists for the first time in history at the age of 40.
This is Reporter Lee Jeong-chan.
Born in 1983, when professional soccer was launched, Yeom Ki-hoon, the oldest active player, is 21 years older than Lee Sang-min, the youngest at 19 years old, but his enthusiasm at the training ground is no different from when he was a rookie.
[Lee Sang-min/Age 19: Recognized as complete defeat]
Yeom Ki-hoon, who announced his retirement at the end of last year and helped the team to remain in the first division until the last moment, took over as a playing coach at the request of coach Lee Byeong-geun and played active duty for another year.
[Yeom Ki-hoon/Suwon Samsung striker: (19 years old) Looking at Sang-min, I think I’ve been doing it for a long time. I am working hard while bumping into such players.]
Yeom Ki-hoon, who was the rookie of the year in 2006, has written K-League history with his sophisticated left foot.
After recording the most assists in his career, surpassing Shin Tae-yong in 2015, he has continued an unrivaled record streak, and his 17 free kick goals are tied for first place all-time with Eninho.
His career tally of 77 goals and 110 assists was just three goals away from his first all-time 80s and 80s. 메이저놀이터
[Yeom Ki-hoon/Suwon Samsung striker: The record of ’80-80′ is approaching more earnestly. Ask the juniors to get a penalty kick when I go in, buy something delicious (I’m asking.)]
This year, Yeom Ki-hoon is pouring hot sweat, dreaming of the moment when his cheering song will resonate in Big Bird.