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Cho Kwang-Rae
Personal information
Full name Cho Kwang-Rae
Date of birth March 19, 1954 (1954-03-19) (age 55)
Place of birth    Jinju, Gyeongnam, Republic of Korea South Korea
Height 1.71 m (5 ft 7+12 in)
Playing position Manager (Former Midfielder)
Club information
Current club Gyeongnam FC
Youth career
1973–1977 Yonsei University
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1978–1979
1980–1981
1982–1987
POSCO (Amateur)
Korean Loyalty (Army)
Daewoo Royals


44 0(3)   
National team2
1975–1986 Korea Republic 80 (12)
Teams managed
1987–1992
1992
1992–1994
1995–1997
1999–2003
2004
2007–Present
Daewoo Royals (Coach)
Korea Republic (Coach)
Daewoo Royals
Suwon Samsung Bluewings (Coach)
Anyang LG Cheetahs
FC Seoul
Gyeongnam FC

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of 6 December 2007.
2 National team caps and goals correct
as of 30 July 2007.
* Appearances (Goals)

This is a Korean name; the family name is Cho.

Cho Kwang-Rae (Korean: 조광래) is a South Korean football manager, who managed Anyang LG Cheetahs formerly. Now, he is managing Gyeongnam FC.

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Club career

Coach & Manager Career

Honours

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Managerial

Anyang LG Cheetahs (1999–2004)

International goals

Results list Korea Republic's goal tally first.
Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
July 22, 1977 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Indonesia 1 goal 5-1 1977 Merdeka Cup
July 26, 1977 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Burma 1 goal 4-0 1977 Merdeka Cup
July 12, 1978 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur  Japan 1 goal 4-0 1978 Merdeka Cup
December 10, 1978 Thailand Bangkok  Bahrain 2 goals 5-1 1978 Asian Games
September 8, 1979 South Korea Seoul  Sudan 1 goal 8-0 1979 President's Cup
September 16, 1979 South Korea Incheon  Bangladesh 3 goals 9-0 1979 President's Cup
August 29, 1980 South Korea Gwangju  Bahrain 1 goal 5-0 1980 President's Cup
October 3, 1986 South Korea Seoul  Indonesia 1 goal 4-0 1986 Asian Games
October 5, 1986 South Korea Seoul  Saudi Arabia 1 goal 2-0 1986 Asian Games

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