Lowest in K League 2 Cheonan Appoints New Coach Kim Tae-wan

 Cheonan City FC, which participated in the K-League 2 (second division) for the first time this year but finished in last place

appointed former Gimcheon Managing Director Kim Tae-wan as its new head coach.

On the 18th, Cheonan said, “We searched for coaches from various candidates to help us bounce back in the 2024 season. 먹튀검증사이트

In the end, we decided to accompany coach Kim Tae-wan, who can give Cheonan its unique color,” he said.

Coach Kim Tae-wan is a defender-turned-leader who debuted in the K-League as a founding member of Daejeon Citizen

(now Daejeon Hana Citizen) in 1997 and played in a total of 116 games.

He began his career as a coach at Gwangju Sangmu Football Team in 2003, and has continued to coach and manage Sangmu

winning three championships in 2013, 2015, and 2021.

Leaving behind the 20 years he spent at Sangmu, coach Kim Tae-wan

who had time to recharge as a member of the Technical Study Group (TSG) of the Korea Professional Football League

begins a new challenge in Cheonan in the 2023 season.

New coach Kim Tae-wan said, “I understand that Cheonan had a difficult season this year. As he is newly in charge of the team, he expressed his determination

saying, “I want to use my previous experience to add color to the team and incorporate the learning I have learned about advanced soccer.

Cheonan will convene its players on the 20th and begin preparations for the 2024 season in earnest.

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