Local media have expressed their anticipation for Oh Hyun-gyu, who is about to transfer from professional soccer player Suwon Samsung to Celtic, a Scottish club.

On the 24th, ‘Celtic Boys’, a media specializing in the news of Celtic, a Scottish professional footballer, introduced, “There are rumors that Hyun-kyu Oh is in Glasgow after completing a medical test.” . “He maintained his best condition in Suwon,” he added. 헤라카지노

Scottish sports media The Daily Record reported on the 25th that “strike Oh Hyeon-kyu has met new teammates and is going through Celtic transfer procedures.” The Daily Record also showed interest the previous day by introducing Son Heung-min’s evaluation of Oh Hyun-kyu at the 2022 Qatar World Cup and anecdotes related to rumors of World Cup bounties. In addition, Heung-Min Son, who was eliminated from the World Cup final list, conveyed in detail the words of gratitude to Hyun-Kyu Oh for his dedication.

Celtic was founded in 1887 and is a prestigious club that has won the league title 52 times. This season too, with an overwhelming record of 20 wins, 1 draw and 1 loss (61 points), they are cruising toward their second consecutive league victory.

The Scottish Football Association (SFA) Cup holds the record for the most winning teams, with 40 lifts. Including the League Cup (20 times), there are 112 championship cups won in the league. Celtic also won the European Champions League in 1967, becoming the first British team to win the competition.

It is based in Glasgow and forms a strong rivalry with the same hometown Rangers. Rangers lead Celtic in terms of league titles with 55. The match between the two teams, dubbed the ‘Old Firm Derby’, is one of the world’s leading rivalries.

Celtic also has a relationship with a Korean player. Ki Sung-yong, currently a member of FC Seoul in the K League 1, played from 2010 to 2012. Cha Doo-ri, head of FC Seoul Youth Ganghwa Office, also worked for Celtic from 2008 to 2010.

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