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Discussion in 'Korea' started by Seol Korea, Nov 15, 2018.
Mooy has always been disappointing for the socceroos. Mark Milligan will be there only for the Asian Cup, but who knows since Graham Arnold appointed him captain. Behich needs more match fitness and i cant see him braking into the starting XI for PSV, same with Trent Sainsbury. Rogic has his moments but cant last the full 90 minutes although he tends to drift away in matches. Luongo shouldve done more i agree and suprised me he didnt get any minutes during the World Cup, i always liked him but he needs to show more like he did in the 2015 Asian Cup.
Suk's positioning wasn't 100%, but he did fine, better than what you'd normally see from Kim Shin-wook. There were couple instances on setpiece where he was a half a cm shy from the ball, otherwise that could've netted us a second goal, or when he was on a good break away, but couldn't complete it because either Hwang In-beom or Ju Se-jong's delivery was a tad bit strong. Kim Shin-wook on the other hand, he'd either stand still looking like a deer caught in headlights, be way out of position, or the ball would hit his forehead only for him to flop on his ass with no end product. As I've said before, an 80% Suk still provides and contributes far more to the team than an in-form useless 197cm flopping stick.
Yeah he lacks match fitness, that's why.
He should've just stayed at Troyes.
I think so
Bro, tell me who looks bad compared to Kim Shin-wook ? Joke aside, I was pretty satisfied with his performance, he did the job and couldn't do much more.
He can be way better than HEJ when in form. I remember his form in Portugal when he was dead accurate with his headers, had ability to beat defenders by dribbling (making space for himself), and accurate strikes. He is one of the rare breeds that is big/tall, strong, good in the air and good movement with the ball. He just needs to play everyday.
But he is at weak passing in traffic. If you see modern day class strikers they can pick passes around the box and perform quick 1-2 interchanges to maybe have space to shoot. HEJ is better in this department. So probably better suited for Bentos style
It's as I've explained above, an out of form Suk Hyun-jun can still provide a lot for the team.
Two different strikers, two different play styles, both are options for Bento depending on who we play against.
Where are you from?
otherwise known as bogans, as griff mentioned!!
Bogans = Aussie Hillbilly.