‘Gicap’ Ki Sung-yong cheers for ‘Bull’ Hwang Hee-chan

‘Gicap’ Ki Sung-yueng cheered on ‘Bulls’ Wolverhampton.

On September 9, Ki Sung-yueng shared a special photo on social media. He met with Hwang Hee-chan after visiting Wolverhampton in England. “Today, I came to Wolverhampton to see Hee-chan, who has grown so much and is becoming an indispensable part of the team, and I look forward to seeing more great things from him in the future,” he wrote, referring to Hee-chan’s nickname, “Korean Gari.

Hwang Hee-chan has become a key part of Wolverhampton’s core this season. Before kickoff, there were concerns. His favorite coach, Julen Lopetegui, had been relieved of his duties. But those fears were unfounded. Hwang has flourished under new manager Gary O’Neill.

The pace is incredible. Since the start of the season, Hwang has scored eight goals in 15 league games in the Premier League (PL) – against Brighton in Round 2, Crystal Palace in Round 4, Liverpool in Round 5, Manchester City in Round 7, Aston Villa in Round 8, Newcastle United in Round 10, Fulham in Round 13, and Burnley in Round 15. Notably, he was named Wolverhampton’s Player of the Month in October after scoring an attacking point in every game during the month.

He has also been nicknamed “Channy,” following the “Korean Guy” nickname he picked up from Pep Guardiola. When asked about re-signing Hwang, O’Neill said: “Of course I’m hopeful. The club is obviously in talks with Channy and hopefully it will work out,” O’Neill said.

“He’s been incredible. He did everything we asked of him and scored some good goals. He always has a smile on his face and is very determined and determined. He is an important player for the club. I hope we can secure him for longer than his current contract,” he added.

Hwang, who is tied for fourth in the PL scoring charts, will be looking for his ninth league goal. Wolverhampton will host Nottingham Forest in the 16th round of the PL at Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton, England on October 10 at 0:00 am. It’s a chance to get back to winning ways.

Hwang Hee-chan is ready to go. According to soccer statistics outlet Couch Score, Wolverhampton will have Hwang, Matheus Cunha, Hugo Bueno, Jean-Luc Belgarde, Mario Lemina, João Gomes, Nelson Semedo, Totti Gomes, Craig Dawson, Maximilian Kilman, and Jose Sa.


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