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Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by GuruSky, Nov 8, 2006.
Jeonbuk traded Yeom Ki-hoon to Ulsan in exchange for Jung Gyeong-ho and Im Yu-hwan.
What a dumb trade for Ulsan, and a STEAL for Jeonbuk.
Jeonbuk gets Jung Kyung-ho, who is just as talented as Yeom KH, and a stud in Im Yu-hwan, a 184CM technician who plays both DM and CB. Come to think of it, Im Yu-hwan was with Jeonbuk last season to help them lift the ACL trophy.
So Jeonbuk basically got Jung Kyung-ho from Ulsan for sending Im Yu-hwan on loan for about 6 months, lol. Meanwhile, Ulsan fcuks up once again. After sending Lee Ho to Russia, and Kim Jung-woo to the island league with getting NOTHING in return, now they lose a sparkling winger who can score goals, and a defensive utility man who can run plays. All this to a team that eliminated them in the ACL semifinals last year.
Oh, and remember, they also sent Choi Sung-guk, who was clearly one of their best players, to a team that they could possibly end up facing in the playoffs. Good lord.. talk about making idiotic moves to fcuk up a team......
It's a STEAL.
Did everyone all of a sudden forget the fact that Jung Kyung-ho was part of our 06 WC squad? I remember everyone crying about him not getting any PT in the WC, including myself.
Ulsan and Jeonbuk, both Hyundai teams - it's a family business
Yes, I remember him in our 06 WC squad, the way Elliad romanized the name it threw me off Jung Gyeong-ho.
I think it's an okay deal. Yeom Kihun is a player on the rise where as Jung Kyungho hasn't exactly been the same. He needed a fresh start anyways. I don't know if it was the injury, or the traumatization he suffered from getting zero playing time in the World Cup, but he didn't exactly make the greatest comeback in Ulsan. I guess time will tell if the trade is worthy of Jung Kyungho's values. Meanwhile, there is a rumor that Lee Geunho is coming to Ulsan.
Yeom Kihun--Lee Sangho--Lee Geunho
We are sending that to the 2008 Olympic. (Is Yeom KH eligible?)
no he is 24...unless we can use wildcards again
Pohang and Jeonbuk doing some good shopping.
Pohand got a brazilian forward (Jones) 187cm, 84kg
He is a typical center forward, big strong and good in the air.
Jeonbuk on the other hand got a Croatian midfielder named Toni who played in NZ Zagreb back home scoring 56 goals and assisting 76.
Good news for the K-League
he does not look happy being in korea LOL
jeonbuk getting eastern europeons...his stats sound nice
Yeah, AH HAHAHAHA he actually looks gangsta.
actually he looks kinda faded LOL
암튼 우리 K-League 수비수들이 않쫄기를...
hell we have enough hot headed korean defenders to deal with him....but im gonna LMFAO if he turns out to be a p.ussy loll.....근데 무섭긴 무섭게 생겼다 ㅎㅎ
Couldn't decide if it deserves its own thread.
Stevo's call-up to the Macedonian national team could lead Jeonbuk to be playing their first game of the AFC Champions League elimination stage against Urawa without him. Jeonbuk is extra-worried because the club believes the forward's early-year struggle is to be blamed by the national call up during the first half of the season.
Cheonan City to join National League starting from next season (2008). This is a brand new club. Cheonan FC that's competing in K3 currently is a different club.
They have appointed Jang Kimoon, a former KNT player, as their manager.
Seoul Eyes Another Football Club
If someone would kindly stuff 30 million won into a big brown envelope and send it off in my direction, then Ansan OB Rovers will finally become a reality.
Ta very much.
so how are you going to come up with the 10 million every year after that?
Simple... we'll start collecting all the refund money for returning empty beer bottles
should buy some beer stocks, then
Senol Gunes interview by John Duerden
Real "Gwangju" team is made.