Lee Keun-Ho

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Lee Keun-ho (Korean: 이근호, born: 11 April 1985) is a South Korean professional athlete. He is best known as an association football player.[1] He was a member of the Korean national team.[2]

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Lee plays in forward position, and usually Wing-Forward (at the side). He was born on April 5th, 1985. He is now playing for Daegu FC. His height is 176cm, and his weight is 71kg. He graduated from Bu-pyeong High School. His nickname is 'Eagle'.[source?]

He joined Incheon United in 2005, but he stayed in the second team despite his potential ability. However, after he moved to Dae-gu FC, he played at his best. After that, many people became interested in him, and he was able to join the Korean National Team.[source?]

He got his first goal for the National Team in June 29th, 2007. That game was against Iraq. It was his first game for the National Team.[source?]

After that game, he perform a meritorious deed, also in his club team. On October 11th, 2008, he scored 2 goals in the game agains Uzbekistan. Because of this, it was much easier for the Korean National Team to get to the World Cup. Nowadays, he is one of the main players of the national team, and he is trying to move to a European club team.[source?]

References[change | change source]

  1. FIFA.com, "Lee Keun Ho"; retrieved 2012-9-8.
  2. National-Football-Teams.com, "Lee, Keun-Ho"; retrieved 2012-9-8.

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