Defender Kim Ji-soo (19), who was selected for the under-20 World Cup team and led ‘Kim Eun-joong-ho’ to advance to the semifinals, played his first pre-season game as a member of Brentford in the English Premier League (EPL). .
Brentford’s Kim Ji-soo made his unofficial debut as a substitute at the start of the second half in a friendly against Boreham Wood (5th division) on the 13th (Korean time).
The Brentford club also sent a congratulatory message through social network service (SNS), saying, “Kim Ji-soo had a debut match.”안전놀이터추천
Kim Ji-soo wore the number 36 uniform and hit the ground that day. The match ended in a 1-1 draw.
Kim Ji-soo left Seongnam FC (K League 2) on the 26th of last month and moved to Brentford. He was the 15th Korean Premier Leaguer of all time and the first central defender.
Born in 2004, 192 cm tall center back Kim Ji-soo was called ‘the second Kim Min-jae’ and was considered a large defender resource early on. Kim Ji-su, who joined Seongnam FC as a semi-professional last year, signed an official professional contract after Seongnam was demoted to K-League 2 this year.
Kim Ji-soo, who played from the first game of the pre-season, gave a green light for the upcoming EPL stage. Kim Ji-soo, who is currently a member of the Brentford B team, has the potential to play an active role in the EPL if he shows good performance in the pre-season.
Brentford, which is preparing for the 2023-24 season, will have pre-season matches in turn against Fulham on the 24th, Brighton on the 27th, and Aston Villa on the 31st.
Brentford finished 9th out of 20 teams last season.