K League 1 Daejeon signs semi-professional contract with promising striker Yoon Do-young

Striker Yoon Do-young, who contributed to Korea’s runner-up finish in the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-17 (Under 17) Asian Cup, joined K-League 1 Daejeon Hana Citizens as a semi-professional player.

The Daejeon club announced on the 11th that it signed a semi-professional contract with Doyoung Yoon of Chungnam Mechanical Engineering High School, its U-18 team.This is the second semi-professional contract in the club’s history after goalkeeper Ahn Tae-yoon in 2020.Daejeon introduced that Yoon Do-young, who has stood out since his U-15 days based on his exceptional soccer sense and basic skills, has attracted attention for his outstanding goal-scoring ability, including scoring 6 goals in 11 K-League Junior games.

Yoon Do-young was consistently listed on the national team for his age group and played an active role as a leading striker for the U-17 national team.At the U-17 Asian Cup held in Thailand in June last year, he played in 6 games and scored 4 goals, contributing to the national team’s runner-up finish.Daejeon expressed their expectations, saying, “Our strengths are dribbling and penetration using our high speed,” and “Our ability to create attack routes is excellent.”Yoon Do-young said, “I will work sincerely in all aspects, including training and life, with a sense 스포츠토토존 of responsibility as a player representing the club’s youth team.”

  

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