Suwon FC foreign striker Lars, booked for drunk driving… It seems to go through the contract termination process

Suwon FC foreign striker Lars, booked for drunk driving… It seems to go through the contract termination process

 Lars Beltbeek (31), who owed a drunken driving scandal, is likely to go through the process of terminating his contract with Suwon FC.

According to the Gangnam Police Station in Seoul, Lars was arrested on charges of drunk driving around 4:00 am on the 7th, two days after the match with Suwon. The police, who were reported and dispatched, caught Lars on a road in Gangnam-gu, Seoul, and tested him for alcohol. There were no companions. The police plan to prosecute Lars after investigating the specific case.

According to the Korea Professional Football Federation’s regulations on drunk driving discipline, if you meet the criteria for license cancellation, you will be suspended for 15 or more games and less than 25 games and will be fined 8 million won.

Lars, who started his K-League life at Jeonbuk Hyundai in 2020, moved to Suwon FC, which was K-League 2, during the season after a slump. At Suwon FC, he was active as a key striker. Lars scored 18 goals and 6 assists in the 2021 season, ranking second in the overall K-League 1 score. In the 2022 season, he posted 8 goals and 7 assists.

He was a foreign striker who supported Suwon FC this season as well. He is 2nd in total attack points in the K League 1 with 9 goals and 5 assists in 22 games. On the 5th, Suwon Samsung and Suwon Derby scored the winning goal in the 26th minute of the first half.

However, unlike his performance in the stadium, Lars’ usual attitude was a headache for Suwon FC. Suwon FC coach Kim Do-kyun also pointed out Lars’ attitude. He was boldly excluded from the starting list.

At a press conference before the game with Gwangju FC, coach Kim Do-gyun said, “As everyone knows, during the break, there was a transfer-related issue. Neither psychology nor condition is good. It is time to show fighting spirit on the pitch. I decided that it was right for a player with a will to play.” He pointed out Lars’ insincere attitude.스포츠토토

Afterwards, coach Kim Do-gyun, who judged that Lars had made up his mind, made Lars the starter in the Derby match against Suwon. In an interview before the game, manager Kim Do-kyun said, “I was also having a hard time because of the transfer period issue. We had a conversation during the break. He said that now I should concentrate on the team. It is also the time to do that. I prepared a lot and trained hard.” .

However, Lars betrayed director Kim Do-gyun’s trust. He will be charged with drunk driving the day after the match against Suwon. He seems to be in the process of terminating his contract with Suwon FC. Earlier this season, K-League 2 foreign striker Jonathan Moya (31) was also caught driving drunk and left the team. Last year, Jeonbuk Hyundai midfielder Kunimoto Takahiro (25) was like that.

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