Thank you. Lee Jae-sung’s final greeting for leaving Incheon.
I’d like to say they were the best supporters.”
This is the last greeting left to Incheon fans by Lee Jae-sung, 32, a central defender of the K-League 1 Incheon United, as he left the team.
Lee Jae-sung will move his nest to Ratchaburi, a Thai professional football club. As his contract with Incheon expires at the end of this season, he has decided to take on a new challenge. He made his first professional debut in 2009 when he wore a Suwon Samsung uniform, and came to Incheon via Ulsan Hyundai, Sangju Sangmu and Jeonbuk Hyundai. He has been active only in Korea. Lee Jae-sung decided to go to Thailand because he wanted to experience overseas, thinking it was his last time before it was too late.
Lee Jae-sung said through Sports World on Tuesday, “A good proposal came at a time when I was agonizing over my future position. He also received love calls from Korean clubs and reached out his hand in Thailand. Lastly, I moved to Thailand because I wanted to play overseas.
Leaving, Lee Jae-sung repeated, “I’m sorry.” Although he entered Incheon with high expectations, he judged that he had not played much. In fact, Lee Jae-sung scored one goal in 20 games in the first year of the 2019 season, but in the 2020 season, when he served as captain, he played only nine games in the league. In all seasons with Lee Jae-sung, Incheon won the reputation of being the “residual king” by surviving the first part, and Lee Jae-sung contributed a lot, but he was not satisfied with himself. 토토사이트
Lee Jae-sung said, “When I moved to Incheon, I wanted to do better and I wanted to help the team. However, due to frequent injuries, he often failed to play. I may have been helpful when I played, but I feel sorry for not being able to play often. I’m sorry for Lee Chun-soo, the former head of the power reinforcement team who was not on the team at the moment but trusted me. “Incheon was a really good team for me,” he said. It gave me a lot of joy. I didn’t play a lot of games, but my home fans cheered me up when I played. So I want to say thank you to Incheon fans. There are no fans who cheer so passionately for Incheon’s poor performance. I want to say that it was the best supporters.
Lee Jae-sung, who hoped not only Incheon’s rosy future but also his own tomorrow would be better. “I hope Incheon will always do well,” he said. “I also hope I can play in Thailand without getting hurt. Thailand has been a great advantage to me in that it is a warm country. I want to play a lot because I like soccer, but I couldn’t because I got hurt. I leave Thailand thinking that I can do it a little longer. We will get good results as much as we think we are competitive enough.