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The best way to get over the departure of the best player in club history is to keep signing new ones, as I always say. Louisville City, ever keen to follow my advice, announced today that they’ve signed midfielder Jonghyun Son for an undisclosed amount for an undisclosed term. Transparency!
Son is a recent graduate from Holy Cross, where he won honors as an all-conference and all-NAIA regional performer. He’s also had a couple youth national team stints with the Republic of Korea, widely believed to be the better of the two Koreas. There’s not a lot else out there about him, other than he’s a little old for the amount of experience he has, 24.
Louisville City’s press release describes Son as a holding midfielder, which will be a welcome addition to this team after losing Juan Guzman. I, for one, feel a lot better about having additional depth in the middle of the field with DelPiccolo and now Son backing up Abend and (presumably) Quinn. I have a feeling this guy might be another one of James O’Connor’s diamonds in the rough. Let’s give a great welcome to Jonghyon, shall we?
SON’S OUT, GUNS OUT. COME ON, CITY.