The Jeonnam Dragons have completed the formation of a new coaching staff as they prepare for a leap forward in the 2023 season.
Head coach Lim Gwan-sik, coach Han Dong-hoon, and GK coach Cho Min-hyuk joined Jeonnam as new coaches to accompany Lee, while physical coach Choi Hee-young and coach Kim Young-wook will remain and work together.
Head Coach Lim Gwan-sik is a former Jeonnam legend player who scored 5 points and 4 assists in 172 games as a member of Jeonnam, and started his first professional leadership activity in Jeonnam (2015 season). Afterwards, based on the experience that greatly contributed to Jeonnam’s entry into K-League 1 Split A in the 2016 season, it is expected that it will be a great help for Jeonnam’s leap forward by assisting Minister Lee.
In addition, coach Han Dong-hoon, who contributed to winning the FA Cup in the 21st season, and GK coach Cho Min-hyuk, who served as a full-time coach for Bucheon FC, Cheonan City Hall, and the Korea Football Association, are also proven leaders.
Meanwhile, veteran medical team leader Kwon Hyeok-joon, Kim Seung-gyu, and Choi Min-ki were additionally recruited as new medical trainers (AT) to prevent injury and maintain the best condition of the players. Kwon Hyeok-joon, medical team leader, has been active in Busan, Incheon, the Chinese league, and the Vietnam league, and will be responsible for the condition of Jeonnam players in 23 years. 안전놀이터
Jeonnam started training on December 12, starting with a meeting with newly joined leaders and players, and is planning winter training in mid-January.