3+1 Rule in K-League

Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by Koreano, Oct 30, 2008.

  1. Cha Bom

    Cha Bom New Member

    Dec 4, 2008
    Thanks.
     
  2. AmoebaCulture

    AmoebaCulture Member+

    Nov 25, 2001
    Andromeda
    이근호, 'J리그'가 싫은 이유

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    이근호는 "처음에는 J리그에 가고 싶었다. 나는 공격수다. J리그에서는 공격수가 더욱 편하다고 이야기를 들었다. J리그 수비수들은 공격수를 타이트하게 마크하지 않는다고 들었다. 하지만 생각이 바뀌었다. 나는 이제 K리그 2년차고 아직 배울 것이 너무나 많다"고 설명했다.

    이근호가 J리그를 꺼리는 이유는 바로 자신의 발전을 위해서였다. 이근호는 더욱 힘든 길을 생각하고 있었다

    http://news.naver.com/sports/index....&mod=read&office_id=111&article_id=0000128754
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    Give me a fcuking break dude. The J.League is a place where JJJ can score. Make no mistake. The Japanese plays some sexy football. But when it comes down results, the Japanese, in terms of both NT and League, have a pitiful track record against. So pitiful that I'm ashamed to call them our rivals.
     
  3. the_14th_redneck

    the_14th_redneck New Member

    Dec 20, 2008
    Club:
    --other--
    Nat'l Team:
    Andorra
    Football. I don't care if I'm watching two "crap" teams playing wonderful football with fluid passing and creativity, I'd pick that over watching two "good" teams pulling everyone back, passing like a bunch of 12 year olds spending about 3 to 4 seconds every time they get the ball trying to decide what to do next.
    Football is entertainment. If it fails to entertain, it's a failure.
    JJJ's style may have just fit the J-League. Perhaps he got the sort of balls in and crosses that he requires to score. Maybe the K-League just sort of hangs back and boots the ball up front and hope that JJJ's new jean commercial will make him more likely to pull off an amazing run past five defenders and plant a rocket into the back of the net.
     
  4. AmoebaCulture

    AmoebaCulture Member+

    Nov 25, 2001
    Andromeda
    Again, which brings me back to my original post. Entertainment is a relative concept. I get a boner out of two teams running around and making sexy passes at the expense of defense, a la EPL, and I get a boner out of two teams hacking the shite out of each other in the midfield. And I wet myself when I see a joga bonito pass that breaks through that pressure, a la Argentina. But then again, I don't think you've ever seen JJJ play, lol. Finally, if you don't like it, just don't watch it. Don't think you can roll in here, talk smack about the K in front of a bunch of K-League fans, and expect folks to agree with you.
     
  5. the_14th_redneck

    the_14th_redneck New Member

    Dec 20, 2008
    Club:
    --other--
    Nat'l Team:
    Andorra
    Regarding JJJ, I've seen him play and I do agree he's quite sh1t.
    I just don't know what there is in watching the K-League other than "they're Korean."
     
  6. OPSK

    OPSK Member

    Jan 30, 2006
    Yea there some common flow for K-league teams and also some different or distinct styles to each team. Suwon is physical pressure very.. straight line, verses Pohang has really fast and strong side.

    If team has offensive color thats effective, it gets plenty entertained.

    honestly, JJJ will probably better off playing in J-league because his style is still adjusted to his J-league (especially shimizu s-[ulse) style ... like coach commented he is used to handle his stuff inside box and failed to make some decent "movement" in and out (Choi Kang hee Jeongbuk head coach). If he is to play in J-league, he will be fine

    So right now I already see confirmed deals / on-going deals (초읽기) series from Korean clubs to J1/J2 clubs. as well as lee geon ho's (not J league) news ^^;;

    and i also saw 2 deals to Russia... but i dont see any - xfer ins or anything like that.. maybe clubs are working something out we'll see
     
  7. chook90

    chook90 Member+

    South Korea
    Jan 2, 2015
    Incheon Airport (Lurking to toss eggs at KNT)
    Club:
    FC Seoul
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    Looking back on this old thread... how did the 3+1 rule turn out for K-league?
     
  8. toohyper

    toohyper Member+

    Mar 23, 2004
    MI/NJ/NY
    Club:
    Gwangju FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    I don't think it's had a huge impact. All the young Korean players are getting opportunities anyways in the K-League with others going abroad. And the AFC players hardly stick around in the K-League anyways, spending maybe 2 seasons at maximum in Korea.
     
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