Reporter Park Joo-seong = Ansan Greeners FC (owner Lee Min-geun, hereinafter referred to as Ansan) recruited ‘multiplayer’ Junsu Yoo.
Yoo Jun-su, who was famous as a striker while attending Korea University, debuted in the K-League by joining Incheon United as the first pick in the 2011 draft.
Yoo Jun-su, who moved to Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (National League) in Gyeongju in 2013 and changed his position from striker to central defender, established himself as a solid starter for the team and led the league runner-up. The following year, based on his performance at KHNP in Gyeongju, he joined Ulsan Hyundai in 2014 and received favorable reviews for playing the role of not only a central defender but also a front-line striker and midfielder with the qualities of a multi-player. 슬롯사이트
Yoo Jun-su continued his performance in overseas leagues as well. After moving to Buriram United, a prestigious team in Thailand, he made his first overseas advance. He played 44 matches in league, cup and AFC Champions League, scoring 5 goals and providing 7 assists. In particular, he made a big impression by scoring against China’s Guangzhou Evergrande in the AFC Champions League group stage.
Standing 184cm tall and weighing 84kg, he boasts a solid physique and vigorous activity. He played 150 K-League games, scoring 8 goals and 4 assists, while playing for Sangju Sangmu, Pohang Steelers, and Chungnam Asan. Last season, he took the captaincy in Chungnam-Asan, showing a veteran-like appearance and contributing to the improvement of the team’s performance.
Ansan expects Yoo Jun-soo to play a strong central role in the team and skillful game management based on his experience so far.
Yoo Jun-su said, “I am excited to join Ansan and look forward to the 2023 season.”