[International Friendly] Korea vs Chile 2018/09/11 [R]

Discussion in 'Korea' started by Seol Korea, Sep 10, 2018.

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  1. Ceezy

    Ceezy Member

    Jun 10, 2014
    PJS's early retirement really ********ed us up, though.

    Hopefully, PJS says something like, 'You deserve a break. But from my experience, the NT may not recover well from a loss of a captain type. Always be open to going back if they need you.'
     
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  2. Marco91

    Marco91 Member+

    Mar 12, 2016
    At home
    Club:
    Dijon FCO
    Yeah, also it's not fair to others.
     
  3. wrecklesssoldier

    Feb 20, 2005
    I want to fcking murder that Jang shitstain
     
  4. aeh1991

    aeh1991 Member+

    Dec 16, 2015
    Club:
    FC Augsburg
    I'm not even sure if Ki will play top level football in 2022. He has said that his knees hurt a lot. Similar to Park I could imagine an early retirement to focus on post-player career. I wouldn't mind him as a veteran (like HMB in 2002) in Qatar, but as I said, I think that scenario is pretty unlikely.
     
  5. Testator

    Testator Member

    Glasgow Celtic
    Croatia
    Sep 5, 2017
    Croatian coast
    Is JHS in the team just because he's tall?
     
  6. TigersOfAsia2

    TigersOfAsia2 Member

    Toronto Maple Leafs
    South Korea
    May 12, 2017
    Plenty of CBs taller than or just as tall as him. Nobody knows why he's still in the squad.
     
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  7. Hodori

    Hodori BigSoccer Yellow Card

    Aug 12, 2010
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
  8. 10August2012

    10August2012 Member+

    Oct 28, 2012
    Melbourne
    Club:
    Sunnanå SK Skellefteå
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    He's 186cm so he's not even that tall for a defender...
     
  9. toohyper

    toohyper Red Card

    Mar 23, 2004
    MI/NJ/NY
    Club:
    Gwangju FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    I'm 184 CM. Put me in...
     
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  10. LeeSeungWoo

    LeeSeungWoo Member+

    Jun 3, 2016
    They r just uneducated + ignorant as fk...
    Ronaldo (Brazil one), Messi, etc... all did it to "thank" their fans when they visited Asia.

    The fact that Mexicans took selfies, doing the same gesture to thank us + say they are also Korean for beating Germany says it all.

    I am wondering if they will still laugh it off if someone does monkey gestures to them and says "chill, it's just a joke".

    BTW, a bunch of Chile players filmed themselves saying "Open your eyes, retards" to Korean ppl in the middle of the street in Suwon.
     
  11. LeeSeungWoo

    LeeSeungWoo Member+

    Jun 3, 2016
    "His buildup skills" according to SHITILIKE and STY, and he's always the one who makes miserable pass mistakes in our third, which lead to conceding.
     
  12. 10August2012

    10August2012 Member+

    Oct 28, 2012
    Melbourne
    Club:
    Sunnanå SK Skellefteå
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    I REALLY hope Bento excludes the shit gang from now on. We need to start prepping for the AC.
     
  13. Hodori

    Hodori BigSoccer Yellow Card

    Aug 12, 2010
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    In spite of the idiots on Chile's national team, I still want to visit Mendoza, Portillo and Santiago for some wine, skiing and sightseeing... For the most part, I'm relieved that our KNT members (other than that AG squad) are good ambassadors and representatives for us.
     
  14. Ceezy

    Ceezy Member

    Jun 10, 2014
    You want height, put Jeong Tae Wook in.

    Why not give Yun Young Sun more of a run? He played CB against Germany.
     
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  15. aeh1991

    aeh1991 Member+

    Dec 16, 2015
    Club:
    FC Augsburg
    Kim Young Gwon and Kim Min Jae should be obvious starters. Behind them, Kwon Kyung Won, Yun Young Sun, Kim Min Hyeok and Hong Jeong Ho should fight for the remaining two places. Jung Seung Hyun is overrated and Oh Ban Suk too slow. Jang Hyun Soo is just bad. So these 3 I don't want in the NT.
    If Bento wants to develop a young CB it should be Cho Yu Min imo. Or Lee Jae Ik if he is a better player when the Asian Cup is over.
     
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  16. jinseokyang

    jinseokyang Member+

    Feb 28, 2011
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    Wow it sounds like this was the one game i shouldn't have missed... stupid 7 am peds rotation
     
  17. LeeSeungWoo

    LeeSeungWoo Member+

    Jun 3, 2016


    What happened to Bento's voice??
     
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  18. chook90

    chook90 Member+

    South Korea
    Jan 2, 2015
    Al Khor, Qatar
    Club:
    FC Seoul
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    I love these kind of information
     
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  19. sogyeokdong

    sogyeokdong Member

    Feb 3, 2015
    Club:
    Bayer 04 Leverkusen
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    Almost looks like a copy + paste of Cha Duri's run for the last goal vs Uzbekistan in 2015
     
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  20. Rickdog

    Rickdog Member+

    Jun 16, 2010
    Santiago, Chile
    Club:
    CD Colo Colo
    Nat'l Team:
    Chile
    If you really want to offend a chilean, call him "peruvian", "bolivian" or "argentinian" (mostly refered to citizens of neighboring countries).

    Here in Chile, we don't give any crap for racism comments, as we are used to using it between ourselves, by the slightiest similarity to anyone of any given race.
    And as another issue, not least important, is that we don't give any race, a meaning of inferiority.

    To certain extent, many chileans would even feel pride, if you call them as "indios".

    Chileans aren't racists, but as we are not perfect, nevertheless (and also unfortunately), we are extremely xenophobic.
     
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  21. chilekorea

    chilekorea Member

    Jul 15, 2007
    I beg to differ on the subject of being called indio.

    The only exception to this would be for colo-colinos and their "cacique" moniker... but even then, you hear things like "indio reculiao" being used as common insults towards peruvians and bolivians. There's a sense of shame in the metropolitan areas where people do not show pride in mapuche or aborigine heritage. if anything, there's a social stigma attached to having an aboriginal last name like "huaiquipan" vs having a last name like "larrain" or "errazuriz".

    And i agree that being called "peruvian" or "bolivian" is considered a slur (and I think it's super offensive towards these two nations as they have some of the most amazing inca heritage and culture). But being called argentinian carries less weight, probably due to the fact that their nation has stereotypically been labelled as a white nation (due to the italian influence). Not to carry this with anecdotal evidence, but two of my friends are chileans that were born in chile and lived in argentina for a long time and they ended up taking more pride in being from argentina than in chile. Whether you think these guys are shitheads, that's for you to decide, but that was my impression of their perceptions of chile vs argentina and I say this with an objective point of view.

    One thing is clear though, that chile does have extremely xenophobic views towards their neighbors, but this is something that characterizes the region as a whole.

    Going back to the initial problem of this so called "racism".. i don't particularly see it as racism but more of an issue related to lack of diversity and education. Common decency would make you think twice before berating your hosts, but a lot of these soccer players weren't taught such manners since most of them come from very poor neighborhoods.
     
  22. jk1802

    jk1802 Member

    Jan 22, 2010
    NYC
    Club:
    Manchester United FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    sorry, are you trying to justify your players' bigoted behavior on our home soil?

    what you do in chile, keep in chile. you don't need to do it across borders against a people group who are not your own. you can discriminate amongst yourselves all you want because at the end of the day, they are still your people of your race, culture and nationality. if it offends its only on an individual level within your country, not on a national level against millions of others. this kind of behavior shows a lack of understanding that you should respect how people are and not cross certain boundaries.

    i will not speak against all chileans, only the dummies your national team that had the audacity to pull such a stunt on our home ground. complete lack of professionalism and civics education.

    sorry, but telling asians to open their eyes has a HUGE undertone of this "meaning of inferiority" if you ask me.

    i did not appreciate your post one bit.
     
  23. edlee1992

    edlee1992 Member+

    Apr 3, 2012
    Los Angeles
    Club:
    Gwangju FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Korea Republic
    either his throat is worn out from constantly yelling at JHS and KJH. Or he got sick from a lowered immune system after traveling long distances, jet-jagg, stress, and physical exertion from training. I would say its b/c of the 1st option
     
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  24. Rickdog

    Rickdog Member+

    Jun 16, 2010
    Santiago, Chile
    Club:
    CD Colo Colo
    Nat'l Team:
    Chile
    Truth is, that chileans origins are as diverse as the stars in the heavens. We are a mixture from lots of cultures from almost all parts of the world.

    It is true that some chileans may feel offended by being called as "indians", but that would be the case of the minority. For the biggest part of the population, chileans feel a very big pride of their Mapuche heritage, as if you knew a little bit about the history of Chile, the mapuche culture was the only native american population whom was never conquered by the spaniard empire, during their conquest of America. They not only defeated them at war at the battlegrounds, but also destroyed many of their cities and forts, during their attemt to the colonization of Chile. The "pacification" of the Mapuche's in Chile, only happened long after Chile had won its independence from Spain.

    And as you mentioned Colo-colo, is not for nothing that Colo-colo is the most popular football club in Chile, by very far to whichever club comes next, and also the representative of the most common people in Chile. (btw, I'm their fan, so when it gets to it, whatever I say, will not be unbiased))

    Colo-colo, the person or individual, in Chile's history was a "cacique" (that's how indian chiefs were called by the Mapuche's) who actually confronted the Spanish conquerors (and btw, he lost and was killed by them).
     
  25. chilekorea

    chilekorea Member

    Jul 15, 2007
    Can we have a civilized discussion on this without resorting to attacks? You're lowering yourself to the same level of these chilean footballers.

    I'm by no means defending these morons for doing the slanted eyes gesture. I think it was incredibly stupid and thus i'm blaming it on the lack of intelligence of such footballers. This, paired with their shitty upbringing brings some more nuance to the so called racism. Do they actively want to exterminate all asians and send them to death camps? No. Did they do these gestures with malicious intent? Maybe. But Chileans are known to mock every single type of person, from blacks to natives to fat and balds, etc. Again, not an excuse, but it explains their stupid behavior because this type of stupid behavior is common in Chile.

    Had these morons grown up in a more diverse environment like say for instance in the US, I don't think this would've happened. Not everything is so black and white. I know because I lived in Chile for most of my life.
     

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