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If you score 31 here too, it will be even higher – Ádám Martin

If you score 31 here too, it will be even higher – Ádám Martin

“Let’s put it this way, I’m not the nervous type, I’d rather say I was really looking forward to this new opportunity. Since my family comes with me, we searched for a lot of things, such as where there is a good kindergarten nearby, where there is a suitable pharmacy, and many other small things… There are many people in our circle of friends who have been to South Korea, and we talked a lot with them About what life is like there too, and We’ve heard very positive things. And I’m not worried about football, I speak the same language with everyone in the world.” he told Nemzeti Sport Adam Martin after the announcement.

“The K-League is very strong, especially from a physical point of view, which is the best for me. For sure, it will take some time for me to get used to the new culture and the league. I have to be patient with myself, but I’m ready for it. The point is that if I can adapt and get used to life abroad, it won’t be a problem, and I certainly won’t forget to play football.” Said the Hungarian striker, who spoke very honestly about why he chose Ulsan.

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Posted by Ulsan Hyundai FC – Ulsan Hyundai FC You Monday, July 11, 2022

“I had to make that decision now for the sake of my career. I wouldn’t say now that I want to retire from here, but I think South Korea is the perfect stop at this point in my career, and from here I can go to a higher level.” – said the South Korean leader of the new battle.

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In recent months, the Baksi FC player has been in the news with many teams in Europe and the United States, and the Hungarian striker responded to this with his transfer.

“I also read reports of several teams they would be happy to move to. Some were true, some were not. For me, money wasn’t the primary consideration for this change, and while there are indeed inquiries, it’s not the same as a real show. I’m going to be completely honest, this was a really serious show. But I don’t think I should regret anything, I’m moving to a strong league, to a team that leads the league table. If I score 31 here too, I can probably go even higher.” – added Ádám Martin, who also mentioned the Hungarian national team.

Ádam Martin has a new team!

Details here: https://bit.ly/AdamMartinUlsan

Posted by National Sports Online You Monday, July 11, 2022

“We also discussed a lot with Marco Rossi, he supported this transfer. It is very important for me to be in the national team and I was promised that. If I can play steadily and the goals keep going, I can count on being invited.” – the Hungarian striker concluded the conversation.

Ádám Martin won’t have much time to get to know the new conditions and his teammates, I would like to see him on the field as soon as possible with his new team. The tournament is currently taking place in South Korea, where Ulsan leads the standings with 44 points and 31 goals scored after 21 rounds, and can fight for its third league title in the coming months.

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