‘Illegal filming suspect’ Hwang Ui-jo’s PL challenge over after national team? Won’s place in lease termination too X
The end is in sight for Hwang Eui-jo as his personal life and injury woes converge.
Norwich City announced on the club’s website on the 9th (Korean time), “Striker Hwang Eui-jo will return to his home team Nottingham Forest.
He has spent the last five months on loan at Norwich.”
“He joined on loan on the deadline day of the summer transfer window to fill the injury gap left by Josh Surgeon,” the club announced.
Hwang joined Norwich at the end of the transfer window, scoring three goals and providing one assist in 18 games.
He last played for Nottingham in the Premier League in the 2022-2023 season.
He then went on loan to Olympiakos in Greece with the same owners, which was terminated early, and spent six months on loan at FC Seoul in the K League 1 early last year.
Hwang returned to Nottingham ahead of this season and even played in a pre-season friendly.
But once again, there was no room for him at Nottingham, so he decided to join English second division side Norwich on loan just before the start of the season.
The loan was initially for one year.
Hwang would play for Norwich until the end of the 2023-2024 season. He had a decent start.
At the beginning of his career, he was mostly a substitute and didn’t get many chances, but he eventually made the jump to the starting lineup and started scoring goals.
The reason for this is likely to be injuries and the return of first-choice Sergeant.
He scored a stunning goal in the 12th minute against Watford in late November last year, but was substituted shortly afterward with a hamstring strain.
He was sidelined for nearly a month, returning on November 24 against Huddersfield.
Hwang played three more games and was selected to start two consecutive matches.
However, he was again hampered by a hamstring injury.
According to the UK’s The Pink Un, he pulled his hamstring in training and will need around six weeks to recover. 온라인카지노
In fact, Norwich manager David Wagner explained that Hwang felt something wrong with his hamstring after the FA Cup third round match against Bristol Rovers on July 7.
Add to that the return of Sergeant and the fact that he’s back in the starting lineup, and Hwang’s spot has actually been narrowed.
This led to Norwich terminating his loan deal, returning him to his original club just six months after his move. His time at Norwich came to an end much sooner than expected.
We can only call it a crisis that could wipe out the rest of the season.
Not only is it difficult for Hwang to secure a place in Nottingham’s squad, but it’s also difficult for him to find a new loan move while he’s injured.
It’s the latest in a string of bad news for Hwang, who was banned from the South Korean national team until he is fully cleared of illegal filming charges following a decision by the Korean Football Association in November last year.