Sint-Truiden's Lee Seung-Woo is back in action

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Sint-Truiden play in the Belgium top-flight First Division A and have a host of Asian players in their ranks. Until recently however the Korean youngster Lee Seung-Woo looked to be on his way out of the club. 

Lee is back 

Lee Seung-Woo is an exciting talent and the 22-year-old looks to have a big future in the game, that though as been put under pressure in recent months. The reason for this is after the former Barcelona B star signed in the summer in Belgium from the Italians Hellas Verona his playing time was nonexistent.

The main reason behind the lack of playing time is the tricky midfielder has not managed to attract the attention of the managers involved in the merry-go-round at the club presently. This is seen that despite signing in August 2019 the player his already under his third manager at the club.

This was seen as despite Marc Brys signing him for  €1.2 million last summer he did not once play him in a first-team game. Lee then had to wait for his debut to come under caretaker boss Nicky Hayen when he played the final 20 minutes in a 1-0 defeat against bottom side Waasland-Beveren in December.

Although after this tough period things are looking up as he has played in his sides last three matches and started in the last two. He is looking good too and the talk is once he gets his full fitness back he could really start to make the impact he hoped in Belgium.

As we reported back in January though the player looks to be part of the new coach Miloš Kostić's plans. The youngster who started his football career in Spain with Barcelona even got a write up this week in the Belgium media HLN (Het Laatste Nieuws).

In this, they talked about how he has finally made an impact as they discuss his offensive playing style not suiting the previous management team.

Below we have him showing his commitment as he tackles the ball away with his head.

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