Regarding CHO's contract, I can understand it. I've spoken about how I think and want young players who are not yet established at their clubs to play hardball and not immediately give their power away to their clubs. This is because signing a long contract prevents them from moving if they're not getting opportunities. However, the injury changes everything for CHO sadly, there's no guarantee he'll be the same player after it and if it turns out he isn't then he'd have been in a dangerous situation where he effectively wouldn't make it as a professional footballer. At least now he has the security of a nice long contract on big money and the chance to secure his financial future if the worst comes to the worst and he's not able to reach the same level after this injury.