Ji-sung Park, ‘the best legend’, will be in charge of the draw for the Asian Cup group… Shall we present a ‘Honey Group’ to our juniors?

 Park Ji-seong (42), director of Jeonbuk Hyundai, the ‘legend of Asian football’, was selected as a draw for the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup group.

On the 9th (Korean time), the AFC announced the list of draw winners along with the schedule of the draw, saying, “The celebrities in the Asian football world will participate in the 2023 Asian Cup final group draw ceremony to add shine.” 

The group drawing event will be held at the Katara Opera House in Doha, Qatar, on the 11th at 8pm. Korea is in Pot 1 along with host Qatar, Japan, Iran, Australia and Saudi Arabia. 

The tournament was scheduled to be held in 10 Chinese cities in June this year, but China gave up holding it due to the spread of Corona 19. Korea also tried to bid, but Qatar was selected as the host country. As a result, the tournament was pushed back to winter and will be held from January 12th to February 10th of next year.

The group draw announced by the AFC is a total of 7 players. All of them were made up of 4 men and 3 women with legends that were said to be the same.

Park Ji-sung was also included. It means that the fate of his juniors is in his hands. AFC introduced Ji-Sung Park as “a Korean legend who has gained worldwide fame and is one of the most successful Asian footballers in history.” 카지노사이트

Other than Ji-Sung Park, Hassan Al-Haidos, who won the championship trophy in Qatar in 2019, Tim Cahill, considered the best player in Australian football history, and Serber Jefarov (Uzbekistan), who also played in the K-League and won the AFC Player of the Year twice, were selected. .

Also, Yoshimi Yamashita (Japan), the first female referee to compete in the men’s World Cup while stepping on the stage of the 2022 Qatar World Cup, Sun Yat-sen (China), who swept the Golden Ball and Golden Boot at the 1999 Women’s World Cup in the United States, and My Mall, the first female coach to lead the Indian women’s national soccer team. Loki (India) also participates in the group draw.

Park Ji-sung, who was in charge of the lottery, said, “I am delighted to participate in the final group draw in Doha with my fellow Asian stars. I still have fond memories of the 2011 Asian Cup in Qatar. Qatar is getting stronger and stronger as the host country. Yes. I am sure that the 2023 tournament will be bigger and better.”

Meanwhile, Korea, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, is challenging its first championship since the 1960 tournament. Korea has never lifted a trophy since winning the first tournament in 1956 and the second tournament in 1960. In the last 2015 Australian tournament, he failed to resolve his grudge by winning runner-up after an extended bloody battle.

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