FC Seoul one-club man Ko Kwang-min moves to Sabah, Malaysia

Defender Ko Kwang-min (35), who played an active part as a one-club man in professional football FC Seoul, transferred to Sabah FC, Malaysia.

On the 19th, 바카라 the Seoul club announced, “Ko Kwang-min, who has been with us since 2011, left the team after moving to Sabah.

Kwang-min Ko, who wore a Seoul uniform through the 2011 rookie draft, played only in Seoul except for 2017-2018, when he served as a public service worker. He played in 246 K-League career games, scoring 8 goals and 16 assists.

He played a pivotal role in Seoul by contributing to the 2012 K-League championship, the 2013 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League runner-up, the 2015 Korea Football Association (FA) Cup victory, and the 2016 K-League Classic victory.

In 2016, he was also named in the season’s best 11.

The Sabah club is a solid team that finished third in the Malaysian Super League last season.

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