Lee Seung-woo, in Spanish on social media “K-League U-22 rules, I absolutely do not understand”

Suwon FC’s signboard Lee Seung-woo argued that the K-League’s under-22 (U-22) player compulsory regulation is unreasonable.

On the afternoon of the 11th, Lee Seung-woo wrote on 메이저사이트 his Twitter account, “I don’t think I will ever understand the ‘U-22 regulations’ in Korea,” in Spanish, not Korean.

He continued, “It is compulsory for two players under the age of 22 to play in a game,” he added.

Lee Seung-woo, who was born in Spain’s prestigious FC Barcelona Youth, spent his childhood in Spain and is fluent in Spanish.

As of 10 p.m. on the same day, more than 400,000 Twitter users around the world saw this post.

The Korea Professional Football Federation implements this regulation with the intention of providing opportunities for young players to play.

In the K-League, up to five replacements can be put in, but all of these numbers can be changed only when all specific conditions related to U-22 players are met.

The basic premise is that the starting list includes one U-22 player and one or more standby players.

Here, if the standby U-22 players are put in later, or if two or more U-22 players are initially selected, up to 5 players can be replaced without any problems.

If no U-22 players start, no more than two substitutes may be substituted.

Even if one U-22 player is selected as a starter, the maximum number of substitutions is limited to three unless another U-22 player is put in as a substitute.

This means that at least two U-22 players must be on the ground every game to avoid being penalized for substitution.

In the football world, the pros and cons of this rule have always been opposed.

While there are favorable reviews for helping the growth of prospects, there is also criticism that the level of the league has fallen because U-22 players filled the ground simply because they are young even though they are not the best in the team.

At a public hearing held by the Professional Football Federation to discuss the expansion of the foreign player quota system in September of last year, Incheon United coach Cho Seong-hwan said, “If the number of foreign players increases, the position of domestic players may become a problem, so this regulation needs to be revised and supplemented. “, he pinched.

Heo Jung-moo, chairman of Daejeon Hana Citizen, who visited this place, also said, “I think it’s time to organize the U-22 regulations. We need to make it possible for reasonable and natural competition.”