‘Let’s move forward to the group of light!’ Norwich coach mentions the possibility of Hwang Ui-jo’s debut… Will he face Bae Jun-ho?

Norwich City manager David Wagner mentioned Hwang Ui-jo ahead of the Stoke City match. There is a possibility that he will make his debut.

British local media ‘The Pink UN’ reported on the 16th (hereinafter Korean time) a mention of Hwang Ui-jo during director Wagner’s press conference under the title ‘Hwang Ui-jo moves toward a shining goal.’ Coach Wagner said, “Hwang Ui-jo is the best striker. When he played in France, he had good records in Europe, and of course he did the same in Korea. He wants to prove that he can work in England as well.”

He added: “He trained for the first time on Thursday since the last A match. He had a full pre-season and was in the squad for Nottingham’s game. He also played 20 minutes in the two A matches and looked very sharp and aggressive.”

National team striker Hwang Ui-jo, who played on the French stage, moved to Nottingham Forest last summer to advance to the English Premier League (EPL). Immediately after the transfer, he went on a one-year loan to Nottingham’s satellite club Olympiacos and began life in Greece with Hwang In-beom. However, his condition began to decline due to injuries and delayed transfer, and after the Qatar World Cup, he performed poorly, appearing in only one cup match.

In order to seek a rebound, he ended his lease with Olympiakos and went on a short-term loan with FC Seoul starting in February of this year. Hwang Ui-jo, who successfully completed his loan spell last June by consistently securing playing time as a starter, returned to his former team, Nottingham, in July. He continued to receive opportunities after joining in온라인카지노 pre-season and scoring in his first match appearance as a substitute, but failed to make his debut after the opener. As Nottingham added additional strikers, fierce competition for Hwang Ui-jo began to appear.

Just before the summer transfer window closed, Hwang Ui-jo confirmed his loan to Norwich City, a member of the English Championship (second division). Due to player registration issues, Hwang Ui-jo did not play in the game immediately after his transfer. The Pink UN, a local media outlet that reports Norwich news, said about Hwang Ui-jo on the 3rd, “Although he has not played for Nottingham since moving from France, he is a seasoned member of the Korean national team. He will be linked to Norwich after playing international matches on Thursday and next week. “He announced his joining after the break.

Director Wagner is very pleased with the addition of Hwang Ui-jo. In an interview at the time, he said, “He is a striker who completely fits our idea of ​​football. He can run to the back and make good link-up plays. He is physical and works hard. He can compete in the air and he is fast enough.” Korea “I will work for the team just like my profile in ,” he said of his thoughts on Hwang Ui-jo.

Previously, Hwang Ui-jo also expressed his thoughts through Norwich’s official YouTube channel, saying, “I am very happy to have joined the team. I want to help the team as quickly as possible and play in the game as soon as possible. I heard good things from the coach.”

The media quoted Wagner’s press conference as saying: “The manager said it was too early to say who would be included in the squad over the weekend. However, he had a full pre-season and played 20 minutes as a substitute during the international break. At the very least, he will be included in the squad. “It appears that Hwang Ui-jo may be included in the list,” he said.

Norwich City, where Hwang Ui-jo belongs, will face Stoke City in the 6th round of the Championship at 11pm on the 16th.

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