K-League legend Shin Eui-son returns as coach of his parents’ youth team in Cheonan

Legendary goalkeeper Shin Eui-son (63) of the professional football K-League returns to Cheonan, Chungcheongnam-do, his hometown.

Cheonan City FC, which is joining the K-League 2 (2nd division) this year, announced on the 8th that it has formed a coaching staff to guide Cheonan Technical High School players, a youth team under the age of 18 (U-18).

Coach Cho Sung-yong holds the helm of the new team, Cheonan Technical High School.

The goalkeeper coach will be Valery Sarychev (Korean name Shin Eui-son), who was the best goalkeeper in the K-League during his playing days.

From 1992 to 2004, Shin Eui-son, from Tajikistan, played for K-League Ilhwa Chunma, Cheonan Ilhwa, Anyang LG, and FC Seoul, playing in 320 matches and allowing only 357 goals.토토

After retiring from active duty in 2004, he has served as a coach for Anyang LG, FC Seoul, Gyeongnam FC, Daekyo Kangaroo, Korea Under-20 National Team, Korea Under-23 National Team, Busan I-Park, Icheon Bridge, FC Anyang, and Gimhae City Hall.

Shin Eui-son has a relationship with Cheonan City FC adult team coach Park Nam-yeol, who played together in Cheonan as a member of the Ilhwa Chunma soccer team in the past.

Coach Eui-son Shin, who is staying in Russia, plans to join the team according to the training schedule. Cheonan Technical High School, a U-18 youth team of Cheonan City FC, will start winter training in Changnyeong, Gyeongnam and Jeju Island from the 9th.

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