2012 K-League

Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by koreansock, Oct 31, 2011.

  1. jsk14

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    i like photos of team huddles.
  4. Mehstar

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    what happened to Kim Gwi-Hyeon?


  5. olijolly

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    Thanks!
    I've always been very frustrated with SHM. He's always on the cusp since he's such a good defender but he's never developed anything more which is not enough for the modern game for a DM.
    I've heard of Park Jong Woo but didn't realize he was good enough to be considered for the national team.
  6. koreansock

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    Park Jongwoo is a downgraded version of Ki Sungyong. Neither are hardly defenders.
  7. jsk14

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    i guess i could see that. a poor mans Ki.

    for those that like twitter k-league made up a list of every teams twitter users
    http://blog.naver.com/withkleague/20154510254
  8. weka

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    Whoa, thanks! Now if only I could speak Korean so I could say hi to them......
  9. jsk14

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    what.the.fuck.

    [K리그 6라운드 중계일정] - SPO TV2 미반영
    4월 7일(토)
    강원 vs 인천 15:00 :
    대전 vs 부산 15:00 : CMB 대전 생중계
    전남 vs 수원 17:00 :
    SK vs 대구 17:00 :

    4월 8일(일)
    광주 vs 울산 15:00 : CMB 광주 생중계
    경남 vs 전북 15:00 :
    성남 vs 포항 15:00 :
    GS vs 상주 17:00 :
  10. weka

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    What is wrong, jsk14?
  11. jsk14

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    only 2 games being televised this weekend
  12. weka

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    What two games are they? :|
  13. toohyper

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    Daejeon Vs Busan
    Gwangju Vs Ulsan
  14. weka

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    How... how.. will I watched my beloved FC Seoul this week? :'(
  15. jsk14

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    seoul are playing sangju so not a big game really.i am suprised the seongnam vs pohang game isnt televised though
  16. weka

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    This is bullshit on so many levels. :| TELEVISE IT DAMMIT.
  17. jsk14

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    thats why you gotta support a good club like Gwangju FC :D

    every game is televised
  18. Jitevra

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    Baseball starts this weekend. Thats why.
  19. weka

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    Why is every game televised? Aren't they liek a new club? I would assume a club with so much history such as FC Seoul would have all of their game televised let alone at a World Cup stadium............

    Anwyay... look what came in the mail today! I live al the way in USA. I doubt people in my state know the team let alone the player OR the league. Ha.

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    It's legit.
  20. toohyper

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    wait...you're white? LOL cool though. I just assume everyone here is Korean.

    How much you pay for the jersey?

    And FYI, Gwangju might be a new club but they have few good prospects and on the rise. Don't hate on bimbimbap football! And considering the location and its baseball prominence, Gwangju has all the potential to be a big time club in Korea. Except you know, a big corporation doesn't sponsor them. :/
  21. weka

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    Yeah, I am. Actually I'm from Spain. I mostly watch La Liga but I watch every game of K-League I can. Daegu vs Jeonbuk? Sure. Uslan vs Chunnam? You bet. I don't know why but I'm just attracted to Korean-style football.

    Since they start so late, I have to stay up till 4AM to finish watching games and even worse during the AFC.

    As for the jersey... let's just leave it at this:

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  22. toohyper

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    I know what you mean. It's hard to catch K-League matches because it usually starts 12-2 AM here. If I'm not at a local pub drinking, I'm probably at home drinking and watching these matches.

    I think if you give Gwangju a chance, you'll like their style of play. But I may be Gwangju bias. ;)
  23. jsk14

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    fc seoul also have a controversial history too which is quite interesting. to me suwon and fc seoul get the most hate from fans cause they are the manure and chel$ea of korean football.

    gwangju is actually a pretty big area kind of the hub of the lower southwest region and not much goes on down there besides football and baseball. so the local network hosts all the matches. hopefully the club success with bring in more fans
  24. toohyper

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    Yeah I dislike all the Northern South Korean teams. But you have to admit, it is fun to watch both of those clubs. Only time I recall hating any Suwon matches was when Cha was their gaffer. Their style was ridiculously anti-football.

    I think the best example to compare Gwangju to is Chunnam or maybe even Jeonbuk due to location. But Chunnam doesn't have a huge following. Gwangju is a large city in the Southwest, and any surrounding areas are pretty much shigol (countryside). I honestly think there is a big potential for Gwangju to have a huge fanbase in 5-10 years. With efficient marketing and large corporation sponsorship, Gwangju can be the FC Seoul of the deep South.
  25. CoreanBoy671

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    So it begins....

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