Ulsan’s Park Yong-woo scores final goal after racist remark: “It was an opportunity to realize the seriousness of the incident…I’m sorry to the fans”

Ulsan Hyundai’s Park Yong-woo, who was suspended for racist remarks in the K League 1, shared his thoughts after his suspension on Sunday.

Park Yong-woo was named man of the match in the team’s 1-0 victory over Gwangju FC in the 20th round of the league at Gwangju Football Stadium, scoring a header off a corner kick in the 14th minute of the second half.

In a post-match interview, Park spoke about the controversy, saying, “It was an opportunity for me to realize the seriousness of the incident and correct my mistakes, and I vowed not to make such comments in private or public in the future.”

Park recently received a one-match suspension and a $15 million fine from the Korean Football Association for his racist comments on social media.카지노

Lee Kyu-sung and Lee Myung-jae, who were disciplined along with Park Yong-woo, made racist comments on Instagram after the 5-1 win over Jeju United on March 10, praising Lee Myung-jae’s performance. Lee Kyu-sung wrote, “Southeast Asian quarter is reliable,” while Park Yong-woo replied, “Sasalak form is crazy.” The team manager also said, “Sasalak super tacky.” Sasalak is a former Thai national team defender who played for Jeonbuk Hyundai in 2021.

As if conscious of the controversy, Park Yong-woo refrained from making a gesture during the first goal of the game. He went to the front of the away fans and bowed his head with his hands together. “I felt very sorry for the damage I did to the team, and I wanted to repay the fans,” he explained.

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