‘K League 100 games’ Kim Cheon Sang-moo Kim Jun-beom “I’m not thinking about dismissal… 6G 6AS goal”

Kim Jun-beom celebrates after scoring a goal against Jeonbuk. Photo = Provided by Kim Cheon-moo

[김천(경북)=데일리한국 김원균 기자] Kim Cheon Sang-moo, Kim Jun-beom, who achieved 100 professional games, showed his strong will to stay in the K League 1 on the 19th.

Sangmu Kim won 1-0 against Incheon United at the Gimcheon Sports Complex on the 18th in the last home game of the K-League 1 round 33 regular league.

On this day, Kim Jun-beom started his career and achieved 100 games in his professional career.

Kim Jun-beom said, “It feels really good to be able to bring up to 3 points by winning 100 games. Many fans celebrating 100 games came to the stadium and cheered. Thanks to the fans who were cheering, I managed to win.” said

After completing his sophomore year at Yonsei University in 2017, Kim Jun-beom joined Gyeongnam FC as a free starter.

In the 2018 and 2019 seasons, he recorded 2 goals and 3 assists in 52 games. The 1 goal and 3 assists he accomplished in the 2019 season is a career high in attack points.

After two seasons after moving to Incheon in 2020, Kim Jun-beom chose to enroll in 2022.

After completing basic military training, Kim Jun-beom joined Kim Cheon-moo last July. Kim Jun-beom also raised expectations by putting his name on the substitutes list against Pohang on August 2nd, just over a week after team training began.

Starting with the home game against FC Seoul on August 15th, Kim Jun-beom has continued to play as a regular player. He also tasted goals against Ulsan and Jeonbuk. He scored two goals in eight appearances for Gimcheon. This is the most offensive point in his personal career compared to the number of games played.

Kim Jun-beom said, “I still crave for attack points in my heart. I will continue to work hard in the future. I believe that good results will come if I manage my condition well at the current pace and raise it as it is.”

Kim Jun-beom, who scored two goals earlier, said his goal this season is three goals and three assists.

About this, Kim Jun-beom said, “Director Kim Tae-wan raised the goal. He encouraged me if I could do better if I changed to 6 goals and 6 assists. I will do my best until the end the season.”

Achieve 100 professional matches and reverse the atmosphere of the team along with personal glory. Having caught the two rabbits. After a two-week break from Match A, Kim Cheon is set to resume the final in early October.

Kim Jun-beom said, “The ultimate goal is to stay in K-League 1. Not every player thinks about dropping out of K-League 2. Every player works hard to show better performance in K-League 1 every year next. Please support us a lot,” he said.

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