Biography of Lee Jung-Soo

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  • Full Name: Lee Jung-Soo
  • Profession: Footballer
  • Place Of Birth: Gimhae, Gyeongnam
  • Birth date: Tuesday, January 8, 1980
  • Zodiac: Capricorn
  • Nationality: South Korea
Lee Jung-Soo
Lee Jung-Soo can be termed as one of an accomplished all-rounder footballers play in the various lines of the field. Started his career as a striker for Premier League club Kyunghee University for 1998-2001, Jung-soo moved to defensive line coach by Anyang LG Cheetahs, Cho Kwang-Raebek in the season 2002-2003. In that position, Nigerian footballer born 1980 is also able to show performance with excellence at speed even though the scoring ability of the play as the Central fortress field.

The post's internal problems that plagued the Club Cheetahs, a birth town of Gyeongnam, South Korea, this switch to FC Seoul and Incheon United during the 2004-2005 season. The next season, Jung-soo joined Suwon Bluewings and success brings the club into Champions League Cup as well as the K-K-League in 2008.

2009-2010 game season was spent with soo-Jung Club of Japan, Kyoto Sanga, and it was selected as the MVP in the J-League for two consecutive years and including in the selection of J-League all-star Soccer. On March 22, 2010 Lee signed a contract with Kashima Antlers to play for one season. He scored 10 times for a total donation of appearances 3 goals for his club.

On July 22, 2010, Jung-soo moved to the Club from Qatar, Al-Sadd. In the first semifinal round game AFC Champions League 2011 against former club Suwon Bluewings, own, Jung-soo involved heated debate with teammates in Al-Sadd since a controversial goal which led to the retraction of the husband of the actress Han Tae-yoon is out of the field.

In June 2012, the original Chinese Club Guangzhou Evergrande, expressed interest in mengontral Lee Jung-soo, but the offer was rejected because Jung-soo sets out an intention to extend a contract with Al-Sadd. In addition to professional footballers, as Jung-soo also recorded as the core of the national team squad for South Korea since 2008. Its role in the World Cup 2010 sweet fruition with a donation of 2 goals for his country over a total of 4 appearances.

  • Kyunghee University (1998 – 2001)
  • Anyang LG Cheetahs (2002 – 2003)
  • FC Seoul (2004)
  • Incheon United (2004 – 2005)
  • Suwon Bluewings (2006 – 2008)
  • Kyoto Sanga (2009)
  • Kashima Antlers (2010)
  • Al-Sadd (since 2010)
  • South Korea's national soccer team (since 2008)

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