It’s time to worry about Seol Young-woo’s physical strength.
Seol Young-woo was called up to the national team led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann ahead of the international match this September and accompanied them on their European expedition. Seol Young-woo, who started as a right fullback against Wales in his first game, played full time, working with Ki-je Lee, Min-jae Kim, and Seung-hyeon Jeong in the defensive line.
Hong Hyun-seok, who was simultaneously selected for the Asian Games national team, joined Hwang Seon-hong after the Wales game, but Seol Young-woo remained with Klinsmann. Coach Klinsmann announced in a press release prior to the September international match that he would cooperate with Hong Hyun-seok and Seol Young-woo so that they can join the Asian Games national team as much as possible, but Seol Young-woo also started as a starter in the match against Saudi Arabia held less than 5 days apart. . Like the Wales game, he was not replaced in the Saudi game and remained on the pitch until the final whistle.먹튀검증
We are having a busier September than anyone else, and Seol Young-woo is the one who will be spending it. Seol Young-woo is playing a lot of game time, so much so that there are concerns about his physical strength, and he plans to do so.
Although the A-match schedule in September has been completed, Seol Young-woo still has other national team matches remaining. It’s the Hangzhou Asian Games. Seol Young-woo, who was selected as a wild card for the Asian Games team led by coach Hwang Seon-hong, will participate in the Asian Games that opens on the 23rd of this month. According to the Korea Football Association (KFA), the Asian Games national team will depart through Incheon International Airport on the 16th. A KFA official explained that Seol Young-woo plans to join the Asian Games team immediately after returning to Korea and leave the country together.
Seol Young-woo has been running non-stop since the league. Seol Young-woo played in a total of 27 games for Ulsan Hyundai this season, excluding rounds 12 and 24. Seol Young-woo’s total playing time this season is 2,461 minutes, and his average playing time is 91 minutes. He could not rest even during the June A match break and this September A match break, and played full time in both games during this A match period. Considering the European expedition, the return flight, and the flight to Hangzhou, considerable fatigue is expected.
From Director Hwang Seon-hong’s perspective, he cannot help but be worried. Due to the nature of the Asian Games, where multiple games are played in a short period of time, managing the physical strength of key players is essential. Director Hwang Seon-hong used an important wild card to select Seol Young-woo. Seol Young-woo is likely to play an important role in Hwang Seon-hong along with other wild card resources Park Jin-seop and Baek Seung-ho. Seol Young-woo getting tired is not good news for Hwang Seon-hong.