Li Zhangzhu as the head coach of Shenzhen super league team has been awarded the title of “honorary citizen of Qingdao city”

2022-04-24 0 By

Qingdao Daily/view sea news On February 12, today, Shenzhen football club issued a notice, announced the South Korean famous handsome Lee Zhangzhu as the head coach of Shenzhen team.It is worth mentioning that Li Zhangzhu led The Qingdao Manatee to win the 2002 Chinese Football Association Cup champion, and was awarded the title of “Honorary citizen of Qingdao”.Lee Jang-soo was born on October 15, 1956 in South Korea. He played football for Daewoo, Army and Oilman Elephants.He won nine caps and scored one goal for the South Korean national team.After retiring in 1986, Lee worked as a coach at Honam University in Gwangju, South Korea. In 1988, he became an assistant coach at Ilho Cheonma, helping the team achieve three consecutive top league titles.In 1994, he became the head coach of Yihe Tianma, leading the team to win the Top league, The Asian Club Cup, the Asian Super Champion Cup and the Asian-African Competition.Lee jang-soo went to Brazil in 1997 and later served as a member of the Technical committee of the Korea Football Association.In 1998, he came to China as a coach and led the avant-garde World Island and Qingdao Manatee team to win the Chinese Football Association Cup championship.From 2004 to 2009, he coached South Korean teams Jeonnam Cheonyong, FC Seoul and Chinese team Beijing Guoan.From 2010 to 2012, Li led Guangzhou Evergrande to win the Championship of Chinese League A, Chinese Super League and China Super Cup.Since then, he has also coached chengdu Tiancheng, Changchun Yatai and other teams.Lee jang-soo is known for being strict and nicknamed “Iron Shuai”.He has served as the head coach of Chinese teams for many times, so he is familiar with Chinese football environment and has rich experience.