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Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by koreansock, Dec 6, 2011.
I remember sending Kim Seung-Gyu a friend request on FB.......... he declined it.
Not a great attendance in the semis. Will the final sell out?
Won't be a sell out, but it will surely be packed like last year in Jeonbuk.
Ulsan has abysmal attendance. but there may be a small bump cause this is such a huge match. i would be happy if they just made it to 30K
Ulsan's got a far more disciplined team than last year's Jeonbuk. They should be able to pull this one off at home.
All Aussie officials for the final. Familiar face actually
The 2012 AFC Champions League final will be officiated by an all-Australian team led by referee Ben Williams.
The officiating group includes assistant referees Luke Brennan and Paul Cetrangolo with Strebre Delovski fourth official.
Saturday night's final between Ulsan Hyundai (Korea) and Al Ahli (Saudi Arabia) will be played at Ulsan Musu Football Stadium in South Korea.
FFA Director of Referees Ben Wilson commended the call-up and regards the appointments as a strong endorsement of the refereeing advancement programs in place in Australia.
“This is a fantastic endorsement of the hard work and professional standards our referees are reaching and the regard by which they are held internationally,” Wilson said./p>
“To have a full team of referees for this match shows Australia is at the forefront of refereeing in Asian and will be fantastic moment in each of their careers.”/p>
The team will depart Australia on Thursday.
Al Alhi...I hate to think how frustrating this match can potentially be if they go up by 1 in the second half. The amount of grassrolling...but then again, I could be wrong.
Best of luck to Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i. Saw Kang Min Soo repping that #4. So he's much better for club than country I'm assuming?
Good luck to Kim young-kwang. He'll need to be in top-form for this biggest match of the season.
Oh man not Williams. Well maybe his awful decisions will fall in Ulsan's favour.
They really should just let Nishimura have as many important matches as possible.
Made by 다음 카페 알럽싸커's '눈썹돌이'
"Both Ulsan and Al Ahli impressed during this year's Asian campaign," the softly-spoken Guangzhou R&F mentor told FIFA.com. "Each side should possess the strengths to win the tournament as they came all the way through to seal their first-ever qualification for the final. Though, I personally favour the former because the K-League sides are usually capable of high-tempo competition courtesy of their physical superiority."
Indeed, Farias is well qualified to pass comment considering the Brazilian’s immense knowledge of Korean football. The former Brazil U-20 coach had a four-year spell with Pohang Steelers during which he took his side to the K-League title in 2007, before guiding them to the Asian crown two years later. In the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2009, Farias' charges finished third for Asia's equal best showing at the global event, also achieved by Urawa Red Diamonds and Gamba Osaka in 2007 and 2008 respectively.
And the 45-year-old is by no means a stranger on the west Asian scene, having left Jeddah to coach Al Ahli on the back of his success with Pohang, before taking the reins at UAE heavyweights Al Wasl. He singled out individual technical skills as the Saudi sides' major strengths, with three of the nation’s representatives reaching the quarter-final stage.
"The Saudis have made some great achievements in the Champions League," said Farias. “They boast some of Asia's most skilful players. The Korean teams, though, add physical stamina to techniques so they can have an edge against the opponents."
Last preview before tonight's match.
Last ACL match for Lee Keun-Ho, Lee Ho and Lee Jae-Seong before going to Sangmu
Can't really believe LKH will be rotting away at Sangmu. He deserves to play at a better side.
at least he'll have his first 20 goal season playing in kleague2.
Iam so siked for the match. Looks like Iam barely gonna get sleep tonight cause hamburg plays at 630 . But I ain't complaining
Grrr, the AFC Champions League final is today at 5:30 AM and at 6:30 AM starts the Chinese FA Cup final..
The game is 8:30 PM for me. One of the benefits of living on Guam.
That's 5:30am to anyone Eastern Time looking to catch this game...If I'm still up studying for econ I'll check it out if anyone puts up a stream.
Fans waiting for the game to start.
amazing spiderman on youtube. watch this before the game