2012 K-League Part II - [Split System: R31-44]

Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by Jitevra, Sep 7, 2012.

  1. Jitevra

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  2. Jitevra

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    i predict seoul still being suwons bitch
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  4. weka

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    Seoul playing Suwon atm. Think they'll stream Jeonbuk vs Busan?

    Suwon has won 1 game, drawn 2, and lost 2 in last 5. Seoul has won all 5....Hmmmmm


  5. olijolly

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    I can't even remember the last time anything else happened.
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  6. olijolly

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    Ahh so close! Wow Kim Jin Kyu lol....
  7. LeVin

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    Good time to break such jinxes.
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  9. LeVin

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    Congrats to Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, 2012 K-League Champions :rolleyes:.

    아오 십라 내가 이걸 볼려고 이 시간대까지 이 지지지짓 거리를 기냥....
  10. CoreanBoy671

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    Suwon is truly our kryptonite. When will the curse end?
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    When coach Choi Yong Soo realises "demolition" is not the answer to every game. I hope next transfer window we splash some cash on some creative midfielders and fast pacey wingers.
  12. weka

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    Hey, hey. I know but we still want Dejan and Molina on our team. But.. chances are since Adi is retiring (or is he just leaving?), they will splash cash on another Brazilian defender.....
  13. DavDavFC

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    I only got love for Dejan and Molina. Saw them at Sangam WC Stadium last year against Ulsan ... Which we lost LOL. I just want to see more depth in attack maybe utilising Koh Myong Jin more in a creative role. He plays better progressively the more touches he gets.

    Not too sure about Adi's future after the end of the seaon but I don't mind what nationality the defender is as long as he's willing to fill the void Adi leaves if he does end his FC Seoul career. Some of the reserve players need more chances as well. Kim Hyun Seung and Kim Tae Hwan namely.
  14. Jitevra

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    Busan vs Suwon

    Busan:

    Han Ji Ho---Mota​
    Matt McKay---Lee Jong Won---Kim Han Yoon---Park Jong Woo---Jang Hak Young​
    Park Yong Ho---Lee Kyung Ryul---Edel​
    Jeon Sang Wook​
    Suwon:
    Cho Dong Gun​
    Lee Sang Ho---Seo Jung Jin---Oh Jang Eun​
    Park Tae Woong---Park Hyun Beom​
    Yang Sang Min---Kwak Gwang Sun---Kwak Hee Ju---Oh Beom Suk​
    Jung Sung Ryong​
    [Kim Do Heon on the bench for Suwon]​
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  15. weka

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    Jitevra or whoever... can you guys find a Seoul vs Gyeongnam stream? Please?
  16. CoreanBoy671

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    Opps, I forgot to post the Round 34 Highlights for the K-League.

    K-League Round 34 Highlights:

    Busan I'Park 2-2 Jeonbuk Hyundai FC:


    Suwon Samsung Bluewings 1-0 FC Seoul: :cry:


    Gyeongnam FC 0-0 Jeju United:


    Gwangju FC 1-1 Daejeon Citizen FC:
  17. CoreanBoy671

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    K-League Round 35 Highlights:

    Daejeon Citizen FC 5-3 Gangwon FC: (A very intense match. Both Zicu and Oris with hat tricks) [Also lol at Kevin Oris doing the Gangnam Style.]


    Incheon United 0-0 Seongnam Ilhwa:
  18. CoreanBoy671

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    K-League Round 35 (Cont.):

    Busan I'Park 0-1 Suwon Samsung Bluewings:


    Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 0-3 Pohang Steelers:


    FC Seoul 1-0 Gyeongnam FC: (Note: This is Kim Byung-Ji's 600th game.)
  19. Jitevra

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  21. toohyper

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    It's been about 10 years since Anyang had a team, correct?

    I think all of us K-league supporters are happy there is a club in Anyang again...if anything, Anyang's existence will make the new K2 much much more entertaining next season.
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    Kevin Oris...saving Yoo SC's job.
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  24. GoldenOne

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    Greetings,

    I apologize if this isn't the appropriate place to post this but...

    I was wondering if anybody can help me find an e-mail address where I can contact the front office of FC Seoul. Or more specifically, the Youth Academy at FC Seoul. If not, a phone number will suffice. I don't read Korean and the English version of the official website doesn't have a "Contact Us" section.

    Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks.
  25. Chorok

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    I'm not sure if they would have an English-speaking rep. Try asking the guys at rokfootball.com

    Also, is anyone else extremely dissatisfied with the new league names for next year? K-league 1 and K-league 2? Why hold a freaking contest in the first place if you're going to go with a generic name that's almost the same as the previous one? I was really hoping they would go with something more organic and Korean. Well, at least they didn't go with "Super K-league" or "Premier K-League"...
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