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Discussion in 'Korean Players Abroad' started by jsk14, Sep 11, 2013.
thread one: http://www.bigsoccer.com/community/threads/taeguk-warriors-transfer-thread.1943697/
Shimizu S-Pulse's full back, Lee Ki-Je, is on trial at FC Augsburg.
Augsburg abusing that Korean connection.
cool. honestly thought FC Augsburg would go after Kim Jin-Su (share the same agent as Koo/Ji) but I guess he would be out of their price range. FCA has a friendly this friday against 3.liga team, i guess he could get a look in that game.
maybe we can see the Lee Ki Je - Kim Jin su fullback partnership again in the future
well both are left sided and left footed so they will likely be competing for the job. i think Lee Ki-Je like Hong Chul is better as a winger than a wingback though.
haha, you beat me to it. good luck to him. i don't know much about Lee Ke-Ji as I didn't notice him in J-league nor did he really stand out to me.
FCA lost 1-0
not sure how Lee Ki-Je did but since FCA lost, doubt he did well.
edit: he did play the full 90 mins.
highlights of the test match
still can't tell how Lee Ke-Ji did on his trial.
You mean Lee Ki-Je?
well, Lee Ki-Je did impress FCA's manager
edit: Ostrzolek is the young LB for FCA while de Jong's contract is ending after this season (but also, he isn't happy with his limited play time & wants to leave). however, both are crap LBs
back to Japan for Lee Ki-Je, at least for now.
His contract with Shizimu isn't up yet.
then not worth the fee eh?
well, j-league season isn't over yet. plus, FCA can't do anything about it til Jan. no reason for Lee Ki-Je to stick around.
His Shizimu buddy Lee Min Soo might go to Italy. That or Special Wan is trolling.
Special Wan? Only J-league player who has a chance of moving to Europe is Han Kook Young . Although, that depends on him willing to try out Europe. Read the sports nippon article & it didn't say much except Kashiwa is "interested".
I spaced. thx.
Lee Ki Je can defiantly make it in Germany. This guy was ahead of Kim Jin Su during his U20 days.
Well, the chances of that is 0. He hasn't been playing regular football at Shimizu and Serie A teams have a restriction of signing two non-EU players a year. Put two and two together and you get the answer. Unless he is moving to Serie D, where there is no non-EU transfer restriction...
i don't follow Shimizu so i don't know much about him. however, he def. has good agent or is under good agency/firm at least.
Do you listen to 풋토?
ofc what else would i listen to while procrastinating.