South Korean midfielder Kim Chul-ho has left Chonburi to join K League Classic club Suwon, official sources confirmed.
The 32 year old player has just joined Chonburi from Seongnam – where he spent the majority of his playing career – at the start of the 2016 season. All in all, he played 13 league games for the Thai club and haven’t scored any goal.
It is reported that Kim has decided to leave Chonburi when he learned that he would not be a key player for the club in the second stage of the season.
Kim has won one league title, one domestic cup trophy with Seongnam. He also helped the club to win the 2010 AFC Champions League.