Stevica Ristić; photo: bluewings.kr

Stevica Ristić is back in South Korea as he signed for Suwon Bluewings

Stevica Ristić; photo: bluewings.krStriker Stevica Ristić left Russia and went back to South Korea where he signed for Cup holders Suwon Bluewings.

The popular Stevo is back in the K-League where he used to play for Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors and Pohang Steelers. Now he signed a 2 year deal with Suwon Bluewings who is current holder of the Korean Cup. He left Russian side Amkar for whom he played since August 2010.

Previously when he was at Pohang, he managed to win the Asian Champions League as well as the Korean Cup and League Cup and was in the squad for the 2009 Club World Cup but didn’t play due to injury. Now with Suwon he will attack the Champions League again as the club is in the quarter-finales where they will face Iranian side Zob Ahan with both legs scheduled for September. In ther K-League, Suwon is currently 5th and is fighting for the play-off.

The 29 year old striker has 16 caps for the Macedonian national team and has scored once. He has a good history in the K-League with 66 games played and 27 goals scored between 2007 and 2009.

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