Joo Min-gyu, who returned to Ulsan after 4 years, is ahead of the 2023 season.
The Ulsan team attended the 2023 K-League Winter Battery Training Media Camp held at Lotte City Hotel Ulsan on the afternoon of the 16th and expressed their feelings about preparing for the 2023 season. Joo Min-gyu, who moved from Jeju to Ulsan ahead of this season, has been active in Ulsan for the first time in 4 years since 2019. Joo Min-gyu, who left for Jeju after scoring 5 goals in 28 K-League 1 matches in Ulsan in the 2019 season, is about to face his second challenge in Ulsan.
Joo Min-gyu said, “I moved to Ulsan this year and came with a clear goal and motivation. I will prepare well to achieve my goal. My goal is to win. I chose Ulsan because there is no championship in my career. I prepared steadily with motivation. I will do it. If I learn from good players in a good team, I will be able to build a good career.”메이저놀이터
Regarding having to compete with foreign strikers such as Martin Adam, “Ulsan always has good foreign players and we must always compete. We must coexist. Only then can we win the championship. We compete, but we also have to think about coexistence. I think we have to be careful with each game. I think we should coexist rather than compete.”
Joo Min-gyu, who joined Ulsan for the second time, said, “In 2019, I was greedy for personal things.”
Ulsan, which recruited Joo Min-gyu, greatly reinforced offensive resources such as attacking midfielders Rubiksson (Sweden) and Ataru (Japan). Joo Min-gyu said, “The newly recruited players have just joined the team. I think they will get better by playing practice matches in the Portuguese field training. I look forward to the Portuguese field training.” “Ulsan is a foreign player. They are a team that is always expected. A team that domestic players cannot join unless they are proven players.”