Controversy arose as rumors of a conflict between the 92-96 line within the national soccer team arose, but a close relationship that could refute it was revealed. Hwang Eui-jo, born in 1992, and Na Sang-ho, born in 1996, both playing for FC Seoul, appear to be developing together.
Na Sang-ho introduced his relationship with Hwang Ui-jo after winning 3-1 in the Hana 1 Q K League 1 2023 8th round Suwon Samsung Super Match held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 22nd.
Na Sang-ho scored a goal in 4 consecutive games against Suwon, and Hwang Eui-jo scored his first field goal to lead the victory.스포츠토토
At the post-game press conference, Na Sang-ho said, “With Uijo-hyung on the team, there are many things to learn from the juniors, and since Uijo-hyung continues to train and sets an example, the juniors can have a very good synergy.” I think I can show a more aggressive performance.”
Na Sang-ho confessed that he was living together with Hwang Eui-jo and commuting to and from work. FC Seoul coach Ahn Ik-soo allows the players to commute during home games, but they are living together on their own.
Na Sang-ho said, “When I go to work, I always go to work with my older brother Uijo, but we are staying together to match the routine like the previous day.” We have to play and if there is a weakness of the opponent, we are talking a lot about digging into it.”
He added, “Since we are always next to each other on the pitch, it seems that there are a little more exchanges of plays.”
Na Sang-ho is absorbing know-how from Hwang Eui-jo, who has experienced the European stage. Na Sang-ho said, “I want to imitate the mental part a lot,” and said, “I also learn and follow such things as personal training and body management, so my condition seems to improve.”
Hwang Eui-jo and Na Sang-ho, who are improving their condition together in Seoul, are expected to continue their active performance in the A-match evaluation in June. Attention is focusing on whether the two players will be able to play a role in dispelling the conflict between the 92-96 line and enhancing the team’s organizational power.