The Gimcheon Sangmu Youth Team will start preparing for the 2024 season with off-season training.
The Gimcheon U-18 team will conduct its first off-season training for the 2024 season at the Changwon Football Center in Changwon under the guidance of Park Tae-min from the 3rd to the 12th. Afterwards, the team will move to Hapcheon, South Gyeongsang Province, and conduct its second off-season training from the 17th to the 28th.랭크카지노주소
The Gimcheon U-18 team boasted of its teamwork last season. Four players have been selected as members of the national team by age. This year’s first training session will focus on teamwork and tactical training. The team will focus on enhancing team completeness by finding complementary points through video analysis. In the second training session, the team will hold practice matches every two days. In that way, the team will accelerate its performance improvement.
“I feel that we lack teamwork this year compared to last year. It requires a lot of training, and it is important to organize defense capabilities. This season, our goal is to win top-level split and national competition. However, the growth of players should be the top priority. If we focus on this and do our best, the outcome will come true,” Park said.
The Gimcheon U-15 team, led by coach Ha Seung-ryong, will conduct off-season training in Haman, South Gyeongsang Province, from April 4 to 18. The goal is to strengthen physical stamina and teamwork. They will join the coaching staff who joined the team in the 2024 season.
The Gimcheon U-15 team appointed Park Seung-ri, GK coach Ji Bong-geun, Lim Sung-hoon, and medical trainer Chae Jin-woo. Park Seung-ri debuted at Ulsan Hyundai in 2010 and played in the K-League for eight years including Sangju Sangmu and FC Anyang. Since then, he has gained leadership experience by serving as a coach and coach for the Jeonnam Dragons U-12 team from 2020.
“Although it is a short period of time, we plan to strengthen our physical stamina and teamwork through training,” Ha Seung-ryong said. “Let’s guide our players so that they can enjoy the game as much as they can on the field.” “We will pursue soccer that we enjoy, and if we have a goal, we will elevate many players to the Gimcheon U-18 team,” Ha said.
In addition, the Gimcheon U-12 team will conduct winter training at the Gyeongbuk Health University in Gimcheon over a total of two rounds from the 8th to the 17th and from the 22nd to the 26th.