Kim Byeong-ji, vice president of the Korea Football Association, was finally approved as the new CEO of Gangwon FC.
Gangwon FC held an extraordinary general meeting of shareholders on the 15th and appointed Vice Chairman Kim as the new director, followed by a board meeting to unanimously vote on the agenda for the appointment of the new CEO.
The new CEO, Kim, started his career as a player at Ulsan Hyundai in 1992 and played an active part as a member of the K-League and World Cup national team in Pohang, Seoul, Gyeongnam, and Jeonnam.
Known as a ‘goalkeeper who scores goals’, he set records in professional football for the most appearances (706 matches), the most goals by a goalkeeper (3 goals), the most scoreless games (229 matches), and the most consecutive appearances without substitution (153 matches). .
He played in 61 matches for the national team, scoring 72 runs, and guarded the national team’s goal in 3 matches in the group stage of the 1998 France World Cup, and also shared the joy of the semifinals with the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup team. 스포츠토토
Currently, as a football administrator, he is engaged in various activities for the development of Korean football.
New CEO Kim said, “I will do my best to become a club that is loved by citizens and soccer fans, a club that is reborn with good results, and a club that grows one step further by entering into the people of the province.”
The term of office is two years from January 1 of the following year.