Busan IPark held a priority player mustering drill to check the skills of the club’s youth resources.
As of 12:30 p.m. on the 24th, 14 of the club’s priority players, who are currently in their third year of high school and second and third years of university, participated in the training. On this day, they checked their skills through a practice game against Gimhae University.
Jo Hye-sung (Jungang University/WF) and Heo Seung-chan (Sun Moon University/MF), who signed semi-professional contracts with Busan in 2021, and Yoon Sang-sang (R/LB), Park Se-woong (WF), and Oh Jun-seo (RB), who led Hannam University to the 2023 Spring University League title, participated. Kim Min-seung (GK), Lee Soo-ah (MF), and Lee Hwa-yeop (CB), all juniors at Kaesong High School, also joined their older brothers.
This is the first time this type of training has been organized. The players gathered together to see how far they have come in their respective universities. It was the first time we’ve ever done this.
Head coach Park Jin-seop, coaching staff, strength and conditioning staff, scouts, and other club officials gathered to see the growth of youth resources. The purpose of the training camp is to give the players a chance to check their skills and provide them with the motivation to continue their growth when they return to their schools. It is also noteworthy that while the previous tests were limited to the required positions, this call-up training was conducted for all positions.토토사이트
Busan has been actively recruiting and developing the club’s youth resources, prioritizing more than 10 players with semi-professional contracts every year. The call-up training is one of the new strategies to build a young and strong team.
Heo Seung-chan, who participated in the training, said, “It was great to come to the clubhouse and play after a long time. I hope there will be more opportunities like this in the future. I will try to become a better player through this training.”
A Busan official said, “It’s good to be able to check the skills of our youth players through this call-up training. We will continue to create such a venue to check the skills of prioritized players and provide opportunities for them.”