Civic group urges Hwang Ui-jo to leave national team
While Hwang Ui-jo (Norwich City), a South Korean national soccer player, is suspected of illegally filming sex, a civic group issued a statement and demanded Hwang Ui-jo’s removal.
Sports Citizens’ Solidarity, a sports civic group, said in a statement on the 24th, “Is a soccer player suspected of illegal filming of sex eligible to play on behalf of the Republic of Korea?” and “He should be self-refined, give up his own participation or give up his national qualification.”
Referring to Hwang Ui-jo’s participation in the World Cup qualifying round, the Sports Citizens’ Solidarity said, “Even before guilt or disciplinary action is confirmed, it is natural to disqualify the national team by raising related issues with some evidence. “We should have taken measures such as suspension of participation even before the controversy was resolved,” he criticized.
Coach Jurgen Klinsmann told reporters after returning home on the 22nd, “Hwang Ui-jo is our player. So far, the charges have not been confirmed or accurately released, he said.
Rather, he said, “Hwang Ui-jo is such a good player and has a lot of things. “I hope that he will play a big role in the national team by going back (to his team) and scoring a lot of points and maintaining his best condition,” he encouraged. 토토사이트
The Korea Football Association should immediately make a public apology and deprive the national team of illegal filming and secondary perpetrators, the federation said.
Meanwhile, Hwang Ui-jo’s team Norwich City will play against Queens Park Rangers on the 26th.