“I don’t know everything…I can only judge what I see on the field”

Norwich City (England) head coach Davit Wagner said that he does not know the exact situation of Hwang Ui-jo, and that he will make a decision on whether or not to play him based on his performance on the field.

“I don’t have enough information to know the full picture of what happened in Korea,” Wagner said in an interview with local media outlet The Pink Un on Nov. 23 (local time) when asked about Hwang Ui-jo.

“At the end of the day, Ben Nafer will deal with the situation with Hwang Ui-jo and his representatives,” he said, adding, “The only thing I can judge and control is what I can see on the ground.”

As a manager in charge of tactics, strategy, player conditioning, and training, Wagner said that he will not focus on non-football issues at this time, but will check his performance and physical condition like any other player and decide whether to play later.

Wagner reiterated that he did not know enough about the situation to make a personal comment, but said that Hwang is participating in the team’s schedule as normal, including training.

Norwich City, which competes in the English Professional Soccer Championship, is scheduled to play a home game against Queens Park Rangers (QPR) at midnight on Sept. 26.

Hwang, who is suspected of illegally filming a sex video with his ex-lover, returned to Norwich City in November after playing an A-match (a match between national teams).

While it became known that Hwang was being investigated by the police as a suspect on the 18th, the controversy escalated on the 21st when the victim directly refuted Hwang’s claim that the video was consensual.

Amid the heated controversy, fans also criticized head coach Jürgen Klinsmann and the Korea Football Association for deciding to play Hwang Ui-jo as a late substitute in the second Group C match between South Korea and China at the 2026 North American Football Confederations Cup on June 21.

After returning home from Incheon International Airport on Nov. 22, Klinsmann told reporters, “There are no exact allegations yet, and nothing has been proven.” “We need to prepare for the Asian Cup, and I hope he can go back to Norwich and score a lot of goals and be in top form,” he said.

Hwang Ui-jo’s camp has been in a constant battle with the victim over whether or not they agreed to take the video.

In addition, Hwang Ui-jo denied the allegations and partially revealed the victim’s identity, and the situation seems to be spreading into a ‘secondary victimization’ controversy.

Norwich City (England) head coach Davit Wagner said that he does not know the exact situation of Hwang Ui-jo, and that he will make a decision on whether or not to play him based on his performance on the field.

“I don’t have enough information to know the full picture of what happened in Korea,” Wagner said in an interview with local media outlet The Pink Un on Nov. 23 (local time) when asked about Hwang Ui-jo.

“At the end of the day, Ben Nafer will deal with the situation with Hwang Ui-jo and his representatives,” he said, adding, “The only thing I can judge and control is what I can see on the ground.”

As a manager in charge of tactics, strategy, player conditioning, and training, Wagner said that he will not focus on non-football issues at this time, but will check his performance and physical condition like any other player and decide whether to play later.

Wagner reiterated that he did not know enough about the situation to make a personal comment, but said that Hwang is participating in the team’s schedule as normal, including training.

Norwich City, which competes in the English Professional Soccer Championship, is scheduled to play a home game against Queens Park Rangers (QPR) at midnight on Sept. 26.

Hwang, who is suspected of illegally filming a sex video with his ex-lover, returned to Norwich City in November after playing an A-match (a match between national teams).

While it became known that Hwang was being investigated by the police as a suspect on the 18th, the controversy escalated on the 21st when the victim directly refuted Hwang’s claim that the video was consensual.

Amid the heated controversy, fans also criticized head coach Jürgen Klinsmann and the Korea Football Association for deciding to play Hwang Ui-jo as a late substitute in the second Group C match between South Korea and China at the 2026 North American Football Confederations Cup on June 21.

After returning home from Incheon International Airport on Nov. 22, Klinsmann told reporters, “There are no exact allegations yet, and nothing has been proven.” “We need to prepare for the Asian Cup, and I hope he can go back to Norwich and score a lot of goals and be in top form,” he said.

Hwang Ui-jo’s camp has been in a constant battle with the victim over whether or not they agreed to take the video.

In addition, Hwang Ui-jo denied the allegations and partially revealed the victim’s identity, and the situation seems to be spreading into a ‘secondary victimization’ controversy.

Norwich City (England) head coach Davit Wagner said that he does not know the exact situation of Hwang Ui-jo, and that he will make a decision on whether or not to play him based on his performance on the field.

“I don’t have enough information to know the full picture of what happened in Korea,” Wagner said in an interview with local media outlet The Pink Un on Nov. 23 (local time) when asked about Hwang Ui-jo.

“At the end of the day, Ben Nafer will deal with the situation with Hwang Ui-jo and his representatives,” he said, adding, “The only thing I can judge and control is what I can see on the ground.”

As a manager in charge of tactics, strategy, player conditioning, and training, Wagner said that he will not focus on non-football issues at this time, but will check his performance and physical condition like any other player and decide whether to play later.

Wagner reiterated that he did not know enough about the situation to make a personal comment, but said that Hwang is participating in the team’s schedule as normal, including training.

Norwich City, which competes in the English Professional Soccer Championship, is scheduled to play a home game against Queens Park Rangers (QPR) at midnight on Sept. 26.

Hwang, who is suspected of illegally filming a sex video with his ex-lover, returned to Norwich City in November after playing an A-match (a match between national teams).

While it became known that Hwang was being investigated by the police as a suspect on the 18th, the controversy escalated on the 21st when the victim directly refuted Hwang’s claim that the video was consensual.

Amid the heated controversy, fans also criticized head coach Jürgen Klinsmann and the Korea Football Association for deciding to play Hwang Ui-jo as a late substitute in the second Group C match between South Korea and China at the 2026 North American Football Confederations Cup on June 21.

After returning home from Incheon International Airport on Nov. 22, Klinsmann told reporters, “There are no exact allegations yet, and nothing has been proven.” “We need to prepare for the Asian Cup, and I hope he can go back to Norwich and score a lot of goals and be in top form,” he said.

Hwang Ui-jo’s camp has been in a constant battle with the victim over whether or not they agreed to take the video.

In addition, Hwang Ui-jo denied the allegations and partially revealed the victim’s identity, and the situation seems to be spreading into a ‘secondary victimization’ controversy. 안전놀이터

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