The ‘late-life sergeants’ who led the professional soccer team Gimcheon Commerce’s promotion to the K League 1 have returned to civilian life.The club announced on the 12th that “Kim Ryeonsung, Kim Jun-beom, Moon Moon-gun, Shin Song-hoon, Yoon Seok-joo, Lee Jun-seok, Lee Ji-hoon, Lim Seung-gyeom, and Choi Byeong-chan, nine people, fulfilled their national defense obligations and returned to their original teams today.”Lee Yoo-hyun, a fellow “Gimcheon 6th,” will be discharged on March 31, as he enlisted later than his peers due to the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19).

The 10 players were members of the 2023 Hana OneQ K League 2 (2nd Division) championship, and Shin Song-hoon in particular contributed to the title with his dedication to returning from his final year’s vacation.After not playing a single game in the 2022 season, Shin became the starting goalkeeper in 2023, appearing in 17 matches. Of his 18 career appearances in the K League, 17 have been with Gimcheon.In addition to Shin, Kim Ryeonsung, Lee Jun-seok, and Lee Yoo-hyun broke their own records for most appearances in a season and became more competitive professional players.Kim Ryeonsung added two assists in 10 games, while Lee Yoo-hyun played in 19 games, scoring two goals and adding two assists.Lee Jun-seok was second on the team in scoring 스포츠토토존 with six goals and three assists in 22 games.

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