Park Joo-ho revealed his thoughts on his juniors going to Europe.
Suwon FC held a press conference for the 2023 K-League Winter Field Training Media Camp at the Barev Hotel in Seogwipo, Jeju Island at 2:00 pm on the 7th. Director Kim Do-kyun’s press conference was followed by Lee Seung-woo and Yoon Bit-garam’s press conference.
In a self-interview afterwards, the reporters met Park Joo-ho. Park Joo-ho, who took on the role of Suwon FC’s housekeeper by playing 32 games last season, is now in his third year at Suwon FC, and has become the eldest brother before he knows it.
Park Joo-ho’s career is splendid. He made his professional debut at Mito Holy Hawk in 2008 and moved to the prestigious Swiss club Basel in 2011 after going through the J-League. He subsequently moved to Mainz and made a name for himself in the Bundesliga, and also joined Borussia Dortmund and played an active part.
Park Joo-ho, who has been on the German stage with his unique multiplayer, left-footed kicking power and sincerity, later transferred to Ulsan Hyundai in 2018 and stepped into the K-League. Park Joo-ho, who played three seasons in Ulsan, transferred to Suwon FC in 2021 and is in the twilight of his career as a player.
Park Joo-ho, who met with the reporters, was relaxed. Park Joo-ho, who plays the role of the eldest brother in Suwon FC, was well aware of the transfer rumors of his teammate and junior Lee Seung-woo. Lee Seung-woo announced a resurgence by recording 14 goals and 3 assists in the K-League last season, and this winter he was connected to leading European clubs. It was reported that Denmark’s Odense strongly wanted him, and the American Major League Soccer (MLS) also received attention.
But in the end, Lee Seung-woo stays with Suwon FC. I asked Park Joo-ho’s thoughts on this. Regarding Lee Seung-woo’s advance into Europe and the postponement of his transfer this winter, Park Joo-ho said, “This situation is completely understandable. It’s better to go in the summer. Because if you transfer in winter, Europe is in the middle of the season, so you have time to train with your teammates. “It’s not enough and you play in a state where you don’t have rapport with the team. That way, it’s not easy to adapt.”
Lee Seung-woo also admitted his shortcomings at a press conference on the same day and revealed that he was considering a prudent move to Europe. He said, “Director Kim Do-gyun told me that there are physical and defensive weaknesses. I have to accept this. And since I experienced failure in Belgium, I will try to make a more careful decision.”
However, Park Joo-ho said, “Even if Lee Seung-woo stays for now, if he is a player, he must go to Europe.” Park Joo-ho said, “I think it is absolutely necessary to advance to Europe. The K-League teams should also be considerate of this. If you come and see it, the way you see it really changes.”
In addition to Lee Seung-woo’s story of entering Europe, Park Joo-ho revealed the success factor in Europe. The most important value acquired through living in Europe for 8 years was ‘mental’. He said, “If you want to succeed in Europe, the factor I unconditionally choose is mental. 토토사이트 It is important to have the mentality to endure when you are having a hard time and to maintain it when you are doing well. You have to spend a lot of quiet time alone in Europe than you think. don’t,” he said.
“Along with the mentality to overcome loneliness, what is important is the mentality to keep fighting and be greedy when meeting a strong opponent. Even when I asked a director before going to Europe, he said that mentality is more important than ability.”
Lee Seung-woo and Cho Kyu-sung were rumored to be transferring, and the door to Europe for Korean players such as Oh Hyun-kyu and Park Ji-soo is more open than ever. Park Joo-ho’s sincere advice resonates more because he has personally experienced it.