Bae Junho is named Player of the Month

Bae Junho (21, Stoke City) has been named Player of the Month for the second time in his first season in Europe.

On February 9, Stoke City announced through official channels, including the club’s website, that “Bae Joon-ho has been voted by the fans as their Player of the Month for February.”

Since leaving Daejeon Hana Citizen for Stoke last year, Bae has steadily gained playing time and expanded his position in the team over time.

Despite a change of manager during this period, Bae has proved his worth, starting six of the last eight league games.

In the month of February,

Bae scored one goal and provided one assist in five league appearances. 카지노사이트 First, on February 11, he started and played the full game against Blackburn in the 31st round of the league, recording one assist. The team lost 1-3, but Bae’s presence was felt.

He followed that up with a start against Queens Park Rangers (QPR) on February 15 (1-0 win) and a substitute appearance against Coventry on February 18 (0-1 loss).

Bae scored his first goal in Europe against Cardiff City (1-2 loss) on March 25, scoring a 41st-minute equalizer. Despite the team’s loss, Bae’s performance was outstanding.

The club said, “Our Player of the Month, Bae Junho, scored his debut goal for the club against Cardiff. He joined the team this summer from Daejeon Hana Citizen and was also named Player of the Month in November,” the club said, congratulating him on his second award.

Meanwhile, Bae’s performance continued in March. In particular, in the match against Middlesbrough on March 3, Bae played as a left winger in a 4-3-3 formation and worked diligently on the flanks.

In that match, Bae played the first 40 minutes.

After receiving the ball on the left flank, he quickly advanced forward after beating a defender who was trying to challenge him. He used his momentum to get to the penalty arc, where he found the back of the net with a right-footed shot. It was Bae’s second goal of the season. Stoke added one more goal and went on to win 2-0.

Stoke-on-Trent’s local paper, Stoke-on-Trent Live, gave Bae an 8 rating for the game, writing, “A clever goal with his usual skill and ability. His name echoed around the stadium” and praised him highly.

The media said, “Bae has become an increasingly important player since joining the club and has scored in two consecutive games after his debut goal. He is still trying to overcome the language barrier and has some adjustments to make, but he has soccer intelligence and an exemplary attitude.”

“He already has the potential to be a game-changer, a player who can play a very important role,” the publication concluded. It wasn’t just the media that praised him. Schumacher himself also praised him.

“His English is not perfect yet and his communication is limited,” Schumacher said, “but he understands when you give him a message on video. 메이저사이트 If you tell him where he needs to be on the screen, he understands,” Schumacher said, adding that it’s not difficult to explain tactics to Bae.

“I think he understands these things very well. He has good soccer intelligence,” he added.