Pro soccer K League 2 Chungnam Asan strengthened their offense by recruiting ‘proven striker’ Duarte from Ansan Greeners.
Duarte made his debut in Brazil in 2012 with AmericaSP (São Paulo Division 2) and led the team to a state championship in 2016 at Santo Andre (São Paulo Division 2). Since then, in 2018, he has been active on the Brazilian stage, scoring 6 goals in 15 games in the first half as a member of Anapolina (Goiano State Division 1).
Duarte, who joined Gwangju FC in the second half of 2018 and established a relationship with the K-League, played 15 games and led the team to the playoffs with 6 goals and 3 assists. Afterwards, he played for Seoul E-Land FC and Ansan Greeners, leaving a strong impression with 24 goals and 18 assists in 105 K-League games.헤라카지노
Duarte is a player who has already been verified in the K-League. Except for 2018, when he digested only the second half, he is showing off his steadiness by raising attack points by double digits or more every season.
Also, as a futsal player, he has excellent personal skills and dribbling, and his strength is link play using teammates. It is expected that it will make the Chungnam Asan strike team more diverse and powerful as it is possible to play in various positions such as both flanks and sagging strikers.
Duarte, who joined the team, said, “I am honored and happy to wear the Chungnam-Asan uniform. While facing Chungnam-Asan, I thought it was a team that used difficult and attractive soccer, such as running and pressing a lot based on strong stamina. I will learn a lot from coach Park Dong-hyuk, and I will record more than 10 offensive points this season and become a player who helps the team advance to the playoffs.”
On the other hand, Chungnam Asan has been sweating in preparation for the 2023 season in Seogwipo, Jeju, the first battery training ground since the 4th.