Bucheon FC1995 announced on Sunday that it has agreed to extend its two-year contract with defender Yoo Seung-hyun. As a result, Yoo Seung-hyun will be wearing Bucheon uniforms until the 2026 season.

Born in 2003, Yoo Seung-hyun is a former Deokyoung High School student and has received attention since he was a young player. He has played for national teams by age, including U-15, U-16, and U-17, and participated in the U-17 World Cup a year earlier in 2019. He has been named Kim Eun-jung, a member of the U-20 team, and has continued to raise expectations.

Winning the Korea Secondary Soccer Federation’s Hong Myung-sang Award in 2018, he joined Bucheon ahead of the 2022 season and became a professional player. In his first season, he played only one game, but he also showed good performances, playing full-time from his debut.

In the 2023 season, Yoo Seung-hyun played in 11 games, boasting his unique daredevil play and active activity on the side. In particular, he played as a wing-back in an away game against Ansan in the 21st round and scored his K-League debut goal, signaling his full-fledged start.

Coach Lee Young-min said, “Yoo Seung-hyun is a good side defender resource. Although he is still young, he has played in quite a few matches in Bucheon, helping the team a lot whenever necessary. As one of the promising players in the future, he is expected to play more roles in the team in the future.” 사설 토토사이트

Yoo Seung-hyun, who agreed to extend his contract, said, “First of all, I am grateful that there is a club that needs me first, and once again, I am grateful that the club is Bucheon.”

“Now, I want to become an indispensable player for the team beyond a player who can meet expectations,” he said, adding, “I will work harder to reach that position and move toward one goal that the coach and our team have this year.”

Meanwhile, Yoo Seung-hyun will return to Bucheon with the team after the second round of domestic winter training today.

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