Jeju FC’s Koo Ja-cheol Lends a Helping Hand to Junior Yoo Yeon-soo

Jeju FC’s Koo Ja-cheol Lends a Helping Hand to Junior Yoo Yeon-soo, Who Retired After a Tragic Accident

Former Jeju FC goalkeeper Yoo Yeon-soo, who retired after an unfortunate drunk driving accident,

expressed his gratitude to his senior, Koo Ja-cheol.

Former Jeju United goalkeeper Yoo Yeon-soo and his father, Yoo Woong-sam, appeared on YTN’s “New Rider” on the 15th.

Yoo said that he struggled a lot before deciding to retire. 카지노

Yoo was born in 1998 and is 25 years old this year.

He started his professional career with Jeju United FC in 2020.

However, Yoo was involved in a car accident last October while traveling with teammates Kim Dong-joon, Lim Jun-seop, and trainer Yoon Jae-hyun.

At the time, the driver’s blood alcohol level was at the level of a revoked license.

While his passengers, including the trainer who was driving, suffered only bruises,

Yoo Yeon-soo was seriously injured and underwent emergency surgery.

He became a paraplegic as a result of the accident and decided to retire from active duty.

In an interview, Yoo said, “I think I was the saddest because I was in a wheelchair and I couldn’t play soccer.

I cried a lot and was very frustrated because I couldn’t do the exercises I had been doing and couldn’t play soccer,”

he said, sharing his feelings after his sudden retirement.

The perpetrator has yet to apologize.

A traffic accident trial is currently underway.

Mr. Yoo Woong-sam said that Koo Ja-cheol is helping him through his lawyer.

With the help of Koo’s lawyer, Yoo was able to apply for a change in the indictment.

Initially, he was diagnosed with 32 weeks and the assailant was charged with general injury.

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