Soccer-Suwon's Ji out to dethrone Korea women's champions Incheon


FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - Women's Super League - Chelsea v Manchester United - Kingsmeadow, London, Britain - May 8, 2022 Chelsea players celebrate with the trophy after winning the Women's Super League Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs

(Reuters) - After calling time on her Chelsea career earlier this month, Ji So-yun is determined to replicate her success back home in South Korea with new side Suwon FC Women, and the midfielder has league champions Incheon Red Angels in the crosshairs.

Ji, 31, left Chelsea at the conclusion of the Women's Super League (WSL) season after a trophy-laden stint that saw her win six WSL titles, four Women's FA Cups, two Women's League Cup and a Community Shield.

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