‘From the 7th league to the selection of the national team’ Sweden’s long-term striker Gustav Rubiksson wore the uniform of Ulsan Hyundai.
Ulsan has raised expectations for the upcoming 2023 season championship by digesting both side and central positions and recruiting Rubiksson, who has a decent amount of activity and speed. Above all, Rubik Son is a player who has shown synergy by working together with Boyanic, who completed the recruitment announcement last year, for the last three seasons, so it is expected to provide great pleasure with his skills and story.
Rubiksson, who is called Sweden’s representative long-term plastic surgery player, started his career in 2011 with the 7th division team and local team Jörnike IF. After moving to Sevedalens in the 5th division in 2015 and starting the step-up, Rubiksson proved his potential once again by serving as the team’s main scorer for three seasons in the league. 토토사이트
Rubiksson, who finally entered the professional league in 2018 based on his performance on the semi-pro stage, will have an enemy at Supertan’s Oeri Ryte IS, the second division of Sweden. Rubik Thorne, who recorded 11 points and 6 assists in 30 games since his first season in the professional league, is used as a central striker and right flank striker, and has started to make his name known widely with 23 points and 14 assists in 59 games over two seasons in the league. Above all, in his second season, he showed full-time performance in almost every game he participated in and received a lot of love from fans.
Rubikson will finally step on the stage of the long-awaited first division in the 2020 season. Having moved to Hammarbi IF, a prestigious team in Swedish first division Allsberkan, Rubiksson proved himself to be a resource capable of success in any stage and any team, posting 31 points and 19 assists in 88 matches over three league seasons. In addition, after the transfer of Hammaby, he played the role of a left-sided striker in addition to the existing central striker and right-sided striker, and above all, he was appointed as the captain and showed leadership within the team.
Rubiksson, who newly joined Ulsan, said, “I took a new challenge while stopping my long journey in Sweden. I know what the team expects from me, so I will prepare well this winter and show good soccer on the stage in Korea.”