Women’s National Team veteran MF Cho So-hyun joins Birmingham City in the English second division
South Korea women’s national soccer team veteran midfielder Cho So-hyun, 35, has joined Birmingham City of the English Women’s Second Division (Championship).
Birmingham City announced the signing of Cho on Friday (July 15). The contract is for one year with an option to extend for a second year.
Cho is one of the most iconic players in South Korean women’s soccer with 148 caps for the senior national team, tied for first place on the all-time list with Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC).
At the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand, which concluded last month, she scored the opening goal in the final group game against Germany, making her the only goal scorer of the tournament for South Korea, 카지노사이트 who were eliminated after finishing last in their group with a 1-1 draw and two points. It was his 26th international goal.
After playing for Suwon Facilities Management Corporation and Incheon Hyundai Steel in the WK League, he had his first overseas experience in 2016 when he joined Kobe Ainak (Japan) on loan, and he also tried his hand at the European stage in 2018 when he joined Norwegian side Avaldnes.
In 2019, she broke into the English Women’s Super League (WSL) in a West Ham shirt, and from 2021, she played for Tottenham.
Her contract with Spurs ended ahead of the World Cup and she has been looking for a new team ever since, but she will remain in England.
Birmingham City Women won the Women’s FA Cup in the 2011-2012 season and were WSL runners-up in 2011 and 2012.
After being relegated to the bottom of the WSL in the 2021-2022 season, they finished second in the Championship in the 2022-2023 season, but this season they have had a slow start with just one draw and two losses in three league games.
Birmingham City are also reportedly pursuing the signing of South Korean international striker Choi Yoo-ri (Hyundai Steel), with the two players potentially playing under the same jersey. 슬롯사이트