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Partizan transfer Ko Young-joon couldn’t have asked for a better ‘start’

FK Partizan’s Young-jun Ko scored his debut goal in the Serbian league.

Ko came off the bench in the 10th minute of the second half against Novi Belgrade at the Stadion Partizana in Belgrade, Serbia, on Sept. 18 (ET). It was Ko’s debut in the Serbian league. Ko made the move to Partizan on March 23rd. As the club said on its website, “Partizan has signed Ko Young-joon, who can play both winger and attacking midfielder. The contract is for three years and six months. He underwent a medical in Belgrade and will join the winter training camp in Turkije,” the club announced.

Born in 2001, Ko made his first-team debut in 2020 after playing for Pocheol Dongcho, Pocheoljung, and Pocheolgo. In his first season, he appeared in eight league games and recorded two goals and one assist. The following year, his potential exploded. He scored three goals and provided two assists in 32 games in 2021 and six goals and four assists in 37 games in 2022. In 2023, 카지노사이트 he had eight goals and one assist in 28 games. His strong performances came despite a hectic schedule between his club and age-group national teams.

His dominant performances attracted interest from foreign teams early on.

The momentum picked up late last year, when he traveled to the Hangzhou Asian Games as part of the South Korean national team led by Hwang Sun-hong. Go scored one goal and four assists in all of the games. He led South Korea to its third consecutive Asian Games title. His outstanding performance and special exemption from military service led to interest from a number of European clubs, including France, Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Switzerland, and Austria.

The most active was Partizan. They were interested in him for more than seven months, starting last summer. In particular, the current head coach of the team, Igor Dulayi, was reportedly fascinated by his play. He was said to be very impressed with his attack-oriented and straightforward play.

After watching his first game with the club from the bench, he came on as a substitute in the second half and finally made his Serbian debut. 메이저사이트 With a slim 2-1 lead, Go stepped up to the plate and led the team’s offense with his lively moves. In the 45th minute, he exploded for his debut goal. After slipping behind the defense, Go received a through ball from Gayas Zahid and took on the goalkeeper. He rattled the net with a calm left-footed shot. It was a sensible move, a simple touch, and a great finish. Ko Young-joon ran to the bench to share his joy.

After opening the scoring from his debut, the youngster has a bright future ahead of him.

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