Tall striker Kim Shin-wook joins Hong Kong professional soccer kitsch… contract until 2026

Reporter Jang Bo-in = ‘High-altitude bomber’ Kim Shin-wook (35) has confirmed his trip to Hong Kong’s prestigious Kichi SC.

On the 2nd, Kichi announced on the club’s homepage, “I have reached an agreement with Kim Shin-wook on personal terms. Kim Shin-wook successfully completed the medical test and signed a long-term contract until 2026. His uniform number is 33.”

Recently, when Kim Shin-wook terminated his contract with his team, Singapore Lion City, there were rumors of a return to the K-League, but he decided to take on a new challenge in Hong Kong.

Kim Shin-wook, who stepped on his professional stage at Ulsan Hyundai in 2009, drew attention for his high-altitude play that took advantage of his height of 197 cm.

He won the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) with Ulsan in 2012, and was selected as the K-League Classic Most Valuable Player (MVP) in 2013 by scoring 19 goals.

In 2016, he moved to Jeonbuk Hyundai and helped the team win the ACL championship that season and the regular league championship in 2017 and 2018. 온라인카지노

Later, in the summer of 2019, he headed to Shenhua (China) in Shanghai following former Jeonbuk coach Choi Kang-hee. After breaking up in August 2021 due to team circumstances, he played for Lion City under former coach Kim Do-hoon from November of the same year.

Kim Shin-wook also scored 16 goals in 56 matches for the Korean national soccer team.

“Kim Shin-wook is a tall and strong player who can work well with other strikers and play in a variety of styles,” coach Alex Chu Kic said. It suits us in that we have experience.”

“He will help us score a lot of goals and will be a great role model for the young players.”

Kim Shin-wook can form a ‘two-top’ with Dejan Damianovic (42, Montenegro), who was the top scorer in the K-League in Kichi.

Dejan is the player who set records for the most appearances (380 games) and the most goals (198 goals) by a foreign player through K-League Incheon United, FC Seoul, Suwon Samsung, and Daegu FC.

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