FC Seoul’s ‘long-lived foreigner’, Osmar (35), who shares the glory and humiliation of the team, wants to rebuild Seoul.
Osmar contributed to the team’s 2-0 victory by scoring the team’s opening goal in the match against Gwangju FC held at the Gwangju Soccer Stadium on the 5th. Seoul lost to the home team Gwangju in terms of game content, but took advantage of its numerical superiority and won two consecutive victories after the opening.
After the game, he participated in the interview as a distinguished player, but his expression did not look very bright. It wasn’t just because the content of the game that day was unsatisfactory.
He expressed concern about the status of the team that had recently fallen. “Our team was in a better position than it was a few years ago. We think we should be one of the biggest teams in Korea. 메이저놀이터 We are a team that runs with the name of the capital, Seoul,” he said. “There are things we have lost over the past few years. We have to get back to what we were before,” he said, raising his voice.
Osmar joined the team in 2014, when the promotion and relegation system was just beginning to take its first steps. He briefly rented to Japan in 2018, but has since continued his relationship with Seoul.
In the meantime, the team has tasted both glory and humiliation. After winning the FA Cup in 2015 and the K-League in 2016, they maintained their position as a top team in the league, but after falling to 9th place in 2020, they stayed in the lower split for three consecutive seasons. It’s been so long that I deserve to say this.