Jeju, K-League’s 5th 500-win gold medal, Nam Ki-il “I’m happy to set a record at the club where I was active”

Jeju won 1-0 in the 9th round of the ‘Hanawon Q K League 1 2023’ held at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the afternoon of the 26th. In the 31st minute of the second half, Seo Jin-soo scored the winning goal. With 3 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses, they recorded 11 points and jumped to 7th place.

With this, Jeju became the fifth player in K-League history to win 500 wins, following Ulsan (612 wins), Pohang (583 wins), Seoul (543 wins) and Busan (510 wins). After the victory, the Jeju players unfolded a crosswalk in front of the away fans with the words ‘Achieving 500 wins in the K-League total’.

Founded in 1982, won 134 wins during Yugong, 18 wins during Bucheon Yugong, and 115 wins during Bucheon SK, and recorded 233 wins after changing the team name to Jeju now.

In particular, Jeju coach Nam Ki-il left a meaningful footprint every season after taking the Jeju baton in 2020. Following the record for the most promotions (3 times, 2020 season)-100 wins in the manager’s career (2021 season)-300 games in the manager’s total (2022 season), we enjoyed the joy of being together until the moment Jeju’s team achieved 500 wins this season. 토토사이트

Coach Nam said, “I’m really happy to set a record of 500 wins as a team in Jeju, where I was active during my active career. I am grateful to the players and the secretariat who always do their best despite the difficult journey, and to the fans and residents of Jeju’s 12th player who played together until the end. I want to tell you,” he said.

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