The Asian Games soccer team, which controversially dropped a player with a DUI conviction, has been approved to select a replacement and will keep its 22-man roster.

Central defender Kim Tae-hyun joined the team in place of Lee Sang-min, who was removed from the final roster due to a DUI conviction.토토사이트

We almost lost a spot by selecting an ineligible player without checking his eligibility, but the Asian Games Organizing Committee approved the substitution and we were able to keep the 22-player roster.

It’s good news for the Korean team, which had an emergency with Lee Kang-in’s injury.

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