’16-year-old mixed-race soccer girl’ Casey Fair was surprisingly selected as the youngest among Colin Bellho to participate in the 2023 Australia-New Zealand World Cup.
Colin Bell,카지노 head coach of the women’s national soccer team, has announced the final roster for the women’s national soccer team to compete in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia-New Zealand.
Coach Bell unexpectedly selected casey Yujin Phair, born in 2007, a U-16 representative, from the World Cup final list announced by Paju NFC at 9:00 am on the 5th. Casey Fair, born on June 29, 2007, was named in her first World Cup entry at the age of 16 years and 1 month, and is the youngest in the history of the Women’s Soccer World Cup since Park Eun-sun was the youngest selected at the age of 16 years and 9 months at the 2003 US Women’s World Cup. The representative record was changed after 20 years. Casey Fair, born to an American father and a Korean mother, is the first ‘mixed-race’ player in the history of the Korean women’s A national team. In April, she scored five goals in three AFC Women’s U-17 Asian Cup qualifier matches as well, making her the most goals in her team. She was selected for the first time in the final call-up training that started on the 18th of last month. She kept pace with her seniors for over 3 weeks and received the eye of Director Bell, and her seniors, including Ji So-yeon, also recognized her skills. are doing
The final list announced on this day is a total of 23 players, including captain Kim Hye-ri (Incheon Hyundai Steel), veterans Park Eun-seon (Seoul City Hall), Cho So-hyun (Tottenham, England), Ji So-yeon, Shim Seo-yeon, Chu Hyo-joo (Suwon FC), Lee Geum-min (Brei). Turn, England), Lim Seon-joo, Chang Seul-ki Choi Yuri (Incheon Hyundai Steel) The 23-member women’s national team led by head coach Colin Bell includes goalkeepers Kim Jeong-mi (Incheon Hyundai Steel), Yoon Young-geul (BK Heken), Kim Hye-ri, Lim Seon-joo, and Jang Seul-gi. , Choi Yu-ri (Incheon Hyundai Steel), Ji So-yeon, Chu Hyo-joo (Suwon FC), Jo So-hyun (Tottenham), Lee Geum-min (Brighton), and Park Eun-sun (Seoul City Hall). Most of the key players were included. Lee Eun-young (Korea University) and Ko Yu-na (Hwacheon KSPO), as reserve members, will accompany the team to Australia to prepare for possible injuries. According to the rules of the competition, an injured player can be replaced until 24 hours before the team’s first game.
Of the 23 players in the final entry, 14 players have experience participating in the World Cup. Kim Jeong-mi, Park Eun-seon, Ji So-yeon, Jo So-hyun, Kim Hye-ri, Lim Seon-joo, and Lee Geum-min will be participating in the third round. Her eldest sister, goalkeeper Kim Jeong-mi, is 38 years and 9 months old, making her the oldest Korean female player ever to participate in a World Cup. Even if she combined men and women, she is second only to Park Gyu-gyu (then 39 years old and 2 months old) who participated in the 1954 World Cup in Switzerland.
The Australian Women’s World Cup team, led by coach Bell, will play a World Cup match against Haiti at the Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seoul at 5:00 pm on the 8th, and then leave for Australia, where the group stage match will be held on the 10th. In this World Cup, which challenges to advance to the round of 16 for the first time in eight years since the 2015 tournament in Canada, Korea will have its first group stage match against Colombia on July 25th in Sydney. Then, on the 30th, Adelaide will play the second match against Morocco, and on August 3rd, Brisbane will play the third match against Germany.