Shin Jin-ho (35) had a late ‘career high’ last season. He played 32 league games as Pohang Steelers’ captain and midfield commander, scoring 4 goals and 10 assists. The team finished third, and Shin Jin-ho was nominated for MVP and best 11 for the season. Adidas Points ranked 5th overall and 1st in midfielders in the season total. After a glorious year, he moved to Incheon United this winter.
Shin Jin-ho attended a press conference at the 2023 K-League Winter Field Training Media Camp held at the Changwon International Hotel in Gyeongnam on the 14th and said, “I think that if you are a player, you should play in a team where your heart beats. I have transferred several times, but I have made a choice that does not go against that principle.” Even so, he expressed his apologies to Pohang coach Kim Ki-dong. He said, “I couldn’t answer the phone because I didn’t answer, but I want to meet you and apologize.” 카지노사이트
In addition, Shin Jin-ho cited the reunion with midfielder Lee Myung-joo as the factor that led to Incheon. The two met in Pohang at the beginning of their professional debut. Shin Jin-ho said, “When I catch the ball, there are players who think about what I will do, and there are players who only think about what they will do, but Lee Myung-joo is a player who reads my thoughts.” . Director Cho Seong-hwan also mentioned the collaboration of the two at an earlier press conference and expressed expectations, saying, “We will be able to increase the share we lacked last year.”
I’m over 30, but I’m not worried. Shin Jin-ho said, “He believes he can always improve. I don’t get the feeling of being physically separated.” In particular, he said, “I like Luka Modric (Real Madrid) very much.” Modric is three years older than Shin Jin-ho, but he is still at the center of his team and national team.
Shin Jin-ho chose winning the championship as his dream in Incheon. He said, “I signed a three-year contract, but I want to win with a team called Incheon. It may not be this year, but I think it will be possible with the current atmosphere of the players, club staff, and fans.”