Bako (30, Georgia), the key player in Ulsan Hyundai’s second consecutive K-League 1 win, is leaving the team.On the 13th, Bako posted a message in Korean and English on his social media, saying, “Thank you for the passionate love you have shown me over the past three years. I also loved you more than I can express in words.”Bako, a midfielder for the Georgia national team, has played in Ulsan for three seasons since 2021 and has been a key player in the team, scoring 28 goals and 5 assists in 106 games in K League 1.
He recorded 11 goals and 1 assist in the 2023 season, when Ulsan won its second consecutive league title, and recently announced his farewell in a letter to fans amid rumors of a transfer to the Chinese league.Bako said, “I gave my all for Ulsan, so I was able to win two championships with everyone,” and reflected, “The three years I spent with this team, this league, and this country were the most precious times for me.” .He emphasized, “I tried to become a more special player than anyone else. The time I received so much love from this team was also very special to me,” and “I will never forget it.”Bako then added, “I ask you all to support my future. If I meet you all again, I hope we can 슬롯게이밍 greet each other with smiles even then,” adding, “I love you. And thank you.”