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Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by ChaDuRi671, Feb 19, 2019.
Ulsan Hyundai defeated the Malaysian side, Perak FA, to qualify for the group stages.
lol mix diskerud killing it
Daegu leading Melbourne at Melbourne. 1-3.
Jeonbuk 3-1 Beijing Guoan.
Interesting match from Lee Dong-gook and Han Kyo-Won with 1 goal and 1 assist each. Kim Shin-wook scored the 3rd goal beating Kim Min-jae in the air, LOL. It was a nice header to be honest.
Han Kyo Won deserves a call up to the NT tbh. He's like Jeonbuk's Bernardo Silva.
LDG, 39 years old and still here to score goals, respect !
Call him up Bento
Lol, Daegu beat Guangzhou 3-1. Well done
Watched them in person as they beat Melbourne Victory a couple of weeks ago. In all honesty I went to see Dae Gea in person but left thoroughly impressed with what I saw from them. Hope they keep this brand of football going in the ACL+K League and that the fans keep packing the stadium to support them
Daegu is impressive.
I don't think Edgar or Cesinha will be staying in Daegu for long.
Hopefully I'm wrong though.
Whatever. Just sell high. Really high.
Difficult to pull off when they have short period remaining in their contract.
LOL I was happy to read the news of Ulsan and Daegul beating Shanghai and Guangzhou respectively, but then I read that Jeonbuk lost to Buriram (Gyeongnam's draw with JDT is somewhat understandable imo).
Seems like Jeonbuk have hard time against Buriram and Binh Zuong.
Ulsan 2, Urawa 1 (@Urawa)
Jeonbuk 1, Shanghai 1 (@Shanghai)
Kim Jin-su is an ass
I first thought these results were away from home, at the end of the day they're pretty good results. They have to confirm this at home.
K-league is dead in ACL
I knew Kim Jin-su has jinxed Jeonbuj since 아우한 debacle.
That asshole fully deserves a fair share of blame for his club's recent struggle at the ACL.
what's the 아우한 debacle?
After Jeonbuk had been ousted from the 2017 ACL due to their bribery of refs in K-League actions and K-League representatives FC Seoul, Suwon Bluewings, Jeju, and Ulsan struggled in the group stage, KJS posted 아 우리가 한다니까 (아우한 stands for this phrase) on his social media, indicating that Jeonbuk might have outperformed their local rivals had they been remained in the competition. (We know it is total BS) The incident triggered hatred on him from fans of the other K-League clubs. It is a reason why I can't stand for him eother.