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Lee Keun-Ho Personal information Full name Lee Keun-Ho Date of birth 11 April 1985 (1985-04-11) (age 26) Place of birth Incheon, South Korea Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9 in) Playing position Winger / Striker Club information Current club Gamba Osaka Number 22 Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 2004–2006 Incheon United 2 (0) 2007–2008 Daegu FC 46 (19) 2009–2010 Júbilo Iwata 36 (13) 2010– Gamba Osaka 35 (12) National team‡ 2003–2005 South Korea U-20 8 (0) 2003–2005 South Korea U-23 17 (5) 2003– South Korea 33 (9) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 4 December 2010. † Appearances (Goals). ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 25 March 2011 Lee Keun-Ho Hangul 이근호 Hanja 李根鎬 Revised Romanization Yi Geun-ho McCune–Reischauer Yi Kŭn-ho This is a Korean name; the family name is Lee. Lee Keun-ho (Hangul: 이근호, born: 11 April 1985 in Incheon) is a South Korean football player who currently plays for Japanese club Gamba Osaka in the J. League Division 1. Contents 1 Personal life 2 Club career 3 International career 4 Club career statistics 5 International goals 6 Honours 6.1 Individual 7 References 8 External links Personal life Lee Keun-ho is well-known for his friendship with Jeonbuk Hyundai midfielder Ha Dae-Sung. Having played together in elementary, middle, and high school, they also played together at Daegu FC. His older brother Lee Won-Ho is coaching a local side in Incheon. Club career Lee Keun-ho played for Boo-Kyung High School as a teenager, lifting three trophies with Kim Seung-Yong, now playing for FC Seoul. After graduating Boo-Kyung high school, Lee joined his hometown club, Incheon United in 2004. However, he was surplus to requirement, and usually stayed in the reserve squad. In 2006 season, he was nominated as the Best Player in the R-League, the Korean reserves league for Incheon Reserves. Then, Daegu FC's manager Byun Byung-joo signed him at the beginning of 2007 season. Newly appointed manager Byun Byung-Joo brought intensively aggressive football to Daegu, named "Bullet Football" and Lee began to claim the spotlight with his powerful dribbles. In his first season, he came 7th in the top scorers chart, then came 5th in the 2008 season. In both seasons, he was top scoring South Korean in the league. During his two seasons at Daegu, he quickly became the fans' favourite, and was nicknamed "Son of the Sun" since the sun is the symbol of Daegu. In his last game for Daegu, against Pohang Steelers in the semi-final of Korean FA Cup, he played full-time even with injury, but failed to rescue his side from a defeat. Daegu wanted to keep Lee but Lee was willing to move to Europe, so in December 2008, Lee's contract with Daegu FC expired, meaning he became a free agent. Several European clubs showed their interest in acquiring his talents. He was offered a trial at English Premier League club Blackburn Rovers, however he turned them down. In February 2009, it was again rumoured that Blackburn Rovers would be interested in signing the still Free Agent Lee Keun-ho, but again, he rejected the opportunity. In April 2009, Lee signed for Júbilo Iwata, on a 9 months contract.[1][2] He made 6 goals and 4 assists in his first 8 league games. In June, he left the club, with some media linking him with Paris Saint-Germain in the French League 1;[3] however, the move did not materialize.[4] In June 2010, he signed for 2008 AFC Champions League winners Gamba Osaka. International career Lee was selected for the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship in Netherlands. However, for most matches, he remained in the bench, not playing a single match in the group stage, while his team-mate Park Chu-Young made good impressions. Lee was confirmed in the Olympics squad in 2006, and became the most valuable player in the squad to qualify for the Olympic games. He was selected for the 2007 Asian Cup. He also capped for the South Korea U-23 football team in qualification for the 2008 Summer Olympics. On 29 June 2007, Lee Keun-ho made his A-Match debut in a friendly against Iraq through substitution in the second half. Along with fellow teammates Yeom Ki-Hoon and Lee Chun-Soo, Lee also managed to score his debut goal with an assist made by Lee Chun-Soo.[5] On 11 October 2008, Lee Keun-ho scored two goals in an international friendly against Uzbekistan. The game ended in a 3-0 victory for South Korea. On 15 October 2008, Lee scored two goals in 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification against United Arab Emirates. The game ended 4-1 for Korea. On 19 November 2008, Lee scored the most important goal in his international career yet in an away game against Saudi Arabia, which ended South Korea's nineteen-year spell against Saudi Arabia. Club career statistics As of 1 April 2011 Club performance League Cup League Cup Continental Total Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals South Korea League KFA Cup League Cup Asia Total 2004 Incheon United K-League - 1 0 - - 1 0 2005 - 1 0 5 0 - 6 0 2006 2 0 - 1 0 - 3 0 2007 Daegu FC 20 8 2 0 7 2 - 29 10 2008 26 11 3 2 6 2 - 35 15 Japan League Emperor's Cup J. League Cup Asia Total 2009 Júbilo Iwata J. League Division 1 24 12 1 1 1 0 - 26 13 2010 12 1 - 4 1 - 16 2 Gamba Osaka 20 4 5 1 - - 25 5 2011 15 8 7 2 22 10 Total South Korea 48 19 7 2 19 4 - 74 25 Japan 70 25 6 2 5 1 7 2 88 30 Career total 118 44 13 4 24 5 7 2 162 55 International goals # Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition 1 June 29, 2007 Seogwipo, South Korea  Iraq 3-0 3-0 Friendly match 2 October 11, 2008 Suwon, South Korea  Uzbekistan 2-0 3-0 Friendly match 3 October 11, 2008 Suwon, South Korea  Uzbekistan 3-0 3-0 Friendly match 4 October 15, 2008 Seoul, South Korea  United Arab Emirates 1-0 4-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification 5 October 15, 2008 Seoul, South Korea  United Arab Emirates 3-1 4-1 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification 6 November 19, 2008 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia  Saudi Arabia 0-1 0-2 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification 7 February 4, 2009 Dubai, United Arab Emirates  Bahrain 2-2 2-2 Friendly match 8 March 28, 2009 Suwon, South Korea  Iraq 2-1 2-1 Friendly match 9 March 25, 2011 Seoul, South Korea  Honduras 4-0 4-0 Friendly match Honours Individual R-League Most Valuable Player: 2006 K-League Best 11: 2007, 2008 References ^ 이근호, 주빌로 이와타 이적확정…계약기간 9개월 (Korean) ^ 李 根 鎬(イ グノ)選手の移籍加入内定 (Japanese) ^ Lee Move in Doubt ^ Lee Keun-ho Rejoins Jubilo Iwata ^ 베어벡호, 이라크에 3-0 완승…이천수 1골 1도움 (Korean) External links イ・グノ ジュビロ磐田 Jubilo IWATA K-League Player Record (Korean) National Team Player Record (Korean) FIFA Player Statistics Club & Country Statistics  Awards v · d · e2007 K-League Best XI GK: Kim Byung-Ji0DF: Adilson · Mato Neretljak · Hwang Jae-Won · Jang Hak-Young0MF: Tavares · Lee Kwan-Woo · Kim Gi-Dong · Kim Do-Heon0FW: Cabore · Lee Keun-Ho v · d · e2008 K-League Best XI GK: Lee Woon-Jae0DF: Adilson · Mato Neretljak · Park Dong-Hyuk · Choi Hyo-Jin0MF: Kim Hyung-Beom · Cho Won-Hee · Ki Sung-Yueng · Lee Chung-Yong0FW: Edu · Lee Keun-Ho  South Korea Squads v · d · eSouth Korea squad – 2007 AFC Asian Cup Third Place 1 Lee Woon‑Jae (c) • 2 Song Chong‑Gug • 3 Kim Jin‑Kyu • 4 Kim Dong‑Jin • 6 Lee Ho • 7 Choi Sung‑Kuk • 8 Kim Do‑Heon • 9 Cho Jae‑Jin • 10 Lee Chun‑Soo • 11 Lee Keun‑Ho • 12 Lee Dong‑Gook • 13 Kim Chi‑Gon • 14 Kim Sang‑Sik • 15 Kim Chi‑Woo • 16 Oh Beom‑Seok • 17 Kim Jung‑Woo • 18 Woo Sung‑Yong • 19 Yeom Ki‑Hun • 20 Son Dae‑Ho • 21 Kim Yong‑Dae • 22 Kang Min‑Soo • 23 Jung Sung‑Ryong • 27 Oh Jang‑Eun • Coach: Verbeek v · d · eSouth Korea squad – 2008 Summer Olympics 1 Jung Sung-Ryong • 2 Shin Kwang-Hoon • 3 Kim Dong-Jin • 4 Kang Min-Soo • 5 Kim Chang-Soo • 6 Kim Jin-Kyu • 7 Oh Jang-Eun • 8 Kim Jung-Woo • 9 Shin Young-Rok • 10 Park Chu-Young • 11 Lee Chung-Yong • 12 Ki Sung-Yueng • 13 Kim Seung-Yong • 14 Baek Ji-Hoon • 15 Kim Kun-Hoan • 16 Cho Young-Cheol • 17 Lee Keun-Ho • 18 Song Yoo-Geol • Coach: Park Seong-Hwa v · d · eGamba Osaka – current squad 0 Gamba Boy · 1 Fujigaya · 2 Nakazawa · 3 Kim Jung-Ya · 4 Takagi · 5 Yamaguchi · 6 Shimohira · 7 Endō · 8 Sasaki · 9 Rafinha · 10 Futagawa · 13 Kim Seung-Yong · 14 Hirai · 17 Myojin · 19 Kawata · 21 Kaji · 22 Lee Keun-Ho · 23 Takei · 24 Hoshihara · 25 Yokotani · 26 Futori · 27 Hashimoto · 28 Suganuma · 29 Kimura · 30 Uchida · 32 Otsuka · Manager: Nishino Persondata Name Lee, Keun-Ho Alternative names Short description Date of birth 11 April 1985 Place of birth Incheon, South Korea Date of death Place of death