Hong Myung-Bo makes ‘surprise’ three-back debut

‘K League champions’ Ulsan HD will kick off their 2024 campaign.

Ulsan will host Banfore Kofu (Japan) at Ulsan World Cup Stadium on Friday at 7 p.m. in the first leg of the 2023-2024 Asian Champions League (ACL) Round of 16. Ulsan finished second in Group I with 10 points (3 W, 1 D, 2 L) in last year’s group stage to reach the round of 16.

Ulsan, who will be looking to return to Asia’s top flight for the first time in four years after 2020, will be looking to showcase their K-League 1 championship credentials against Kofu, who are making waves in the ACL as a J-League 2 side.

There have been changes. 토토사이트 Bacco, Jung Seung-hyun, Kim Tae-hwan, and others have left Ulsan. Coach Hong Myung-bo’s “original crown prince,” Kim Min-woo, has joined the team, as well as Go Seung-beom Hwang Seok-ho Shim Sang-min and Brazilians Kelvin and Mateus.

The ACL’s move to the fall festival has brought the schedule forward from previous years. “We have won the league for two seasons,” said Hong. We have a lot of new players this time. We haven’t had much time to train together, but I think the veterans will do a good job. Two years of trophies will give us know-how.”

Ulsan’s first best 11 for 2024 has been named. Hong pulled out his three-back card. It’s a 3-4-3 system.

In the center of the defense, Lee Min-kyu starts up top, flanked by Rubikson and Uhm Won-sang. In the midfield, Kim Min-woo, Go Seung-bum, Lee Kyu-sung, and Seol Young-woo line up, while Lee Myung-jae, Hwang Seok-ho, and Kim Ki-hee are in charge of the defense. Cho Hyun-woo is in goal.

Seol Young-woo started all matches of the Qatar Asian Cup. 안전한 파워볼사이트 He will continue his journey with Ulsan without a break alongside Cho Hyun-woo. Kim Young-kwon, on the other hand, will start from the bench.

Kim Min-woo, Go Seung-bum and Hwang Seok-ho will make their Ulsan debuts.