K-League 1 (Part 1) Jeju United has high expectations for their new striker. With the joining of the Brazilian duo Hays (30) and Yuri (25), even ‘Swedish youth’ Jonathan Ling (32), who left a disappointment last year, can bring excitement.
There were not a few changes in Jeju ahead of the 2023 season. There were changes in various positions, but striker Joo Min-gyu and wing-forward Jerso left for Ulsan Hyundai and Incheon United, respectively, and the attacking team was bleeding heavily. With the addition of Ling, who joined last year, the lineup of foreign players who will be responsible for this season has been completed.
The attacking team has been completely reorganized, but so far the feeling is quite good. The results of the first winter training held in Chiang Mai, Thailand from the 5th to the 29th of last month are quite satisfactory. 메이저놀이터 Yuri showed potential as a goal scorer comparable to Joo Min-kyu, and Hayes showed the appearance of a ‘career’ foreign player with excellent skills and fighting spirit. Ling struggled to overcome the sluggishness of 5 goals and 2 assists last year.
The ‘chemistry’ outside the training ground also stood out. Yuri and Heis, who are known as ‘passion man’ and ‘inside’ respectively, have already completed adaptation to the team with their unique affinity. He took care of the ring, which has a quiet and delicate personality, and spent the training camp in Thailand. The two are not fluent in English, but they communicate freely with Ling and spend their free time together. Ring also spares no advice so that Yuri and Hayes can quickly adapt to life in Jeju Island. Not only do foreign players form groups, but relationships with the coaching staff and domestic players are also quite close.