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  1. › wiki › Ji_So-yunJi So-yun - Wikipedia

    Ji So-yun (Korean: 지소연, Korean pronunciation: [tɕʌn]; born 21 February 1991) is a South Korean professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Seattle Reign FC of the National Women's Soccer League and the South Korea national team.

  2. › wiki › Ji_So-yunJi So-yun - Wikipedia

    Ji So-yun è una calciatrice sudcoreana, centrocampista del Seattle Reign e della nazionale sudcoreana. Il 30 novembre 2006, durante l'incontro disputato contro la nazionale di Taipei nell'ambito dei Giochi Asiatici 2006, segna una doppietta divenendo la più giovane calciatrice ad aver segnato durante un incontro della nazionale ...

  3. 3 nov 2023 · Ji joined Chelsea in 2014, the first South Korean to play in the FA Women’s Super League, and by the end of that first season she was already the league’s Player of the Year and the PFA Players’ Player of the Year. She went on to become the first non-British player to reach 100 and 200 league appearances respectively.

  4. 13 mag 2022 · Getty Images. Ji So-yun has won 12 major trophies during her time with Chelsea. By Emma Sanders & Katie Wright. BBC Sport. FA Cup final: Chelsea v Manchester City. Venue: Wembley Stadium...

  5. Since her arrival at the club in 2014, Chelsea FC Women supporters have watched in awe of Ji So-Yun. The midfielder has been a pivotal member of Emma Hayes ’ side throughout her seven years with the Blues and has played a huge role in the growth and trophy success of Chelsea Women.

  6. 29 apr 2022 · Ji So-Yun to depart Chelsea Women at end of the season | News | Official Site | Chelsea Football Club. Women's Team. 29 Apr 22. Following an incredible eight years with the club, Ji So-Yun will leave Chelsea at the end of the season to head back to South Korea.

  7. 29 apr 2022 · Ji So-Yun will leave Chelsea Women at the end of the season after eight years with the club and having helped the Blues to 11 trophies during that time.