KUALA LUMPUR - South Korea's Suwon
Bluewings have bolstered their attacking options by signing
Macedonian striker Stevo Ristic from Russian side Amkar Perm,
the Asian Football Confederation said on Wednesday.
Ristic, who previously had a spell at K-League rivals Pohang
Steelers, had penned a two-year deal with Suwon, the AFC said
on its website.
Suwon will host Iran's Zob Ahan in the Asian Champions
League quarter-final first leg on Sept. 14 before the return two
weeks later in Isfahan.
Ristic helped Pohang win the Korea Cup and Asian Champions
League title in 2009 before moving to Uzbek giants Bunyodkor in
He scored 27 goals in 66 matches during his spell with
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