Polish striker Oscar Zawada, who played an active part as a foreign player for Jeju United in the 2021 season, rated his memories of his K-League days as the worst.
In an interview with the Polish media , Zawada shook his head, saying that he had the worst experience while living in Jeju. He also criticized the coaching staff he was working with at the time for being narrow-minded.
“Korea was the worst place I’ve ever played. I struggled there as a human being and as a player, but a lot of strange and uncomfortable things happened,” said Zawada. He continued, “In Jeju, I encountered the narrow-mindedness of Korean leaders. Of course, that was their culture, but I couldn’t understand it.”
Zawada, a striker from the national team by age group in Poland, joined Jeju in the 2021 season and only posted one help in 10 official games. After parting ways with Jeju in February 2022, Zawada moved to Polish club Stahl Mielec. Afterwards, he moved to Australian A-League club Wellington Phoenix, where he scored 8 goals in 15 appearances in the A-League. 바카라