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Discussion in 'Korea' started by Seol Korea, Aug 30, 2017.
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Don't understand the gif at all.
cute girl gif
don't jinx Lee-Kang-In guys.
Oh, we had youth players at Barcelona and Valenica before? Lee Chun-soo, at age 17, who played varsity ball at Bupyeong was good enough to play for Valencia?
Nice try, but your analogy doesn't work.
? Iranian players value sportsmanship? You still living under your little rock, Mani? LOL.
Yes, the good old pitch argument. It's actually embarrasing but something tells me that Pogba would have no problems finding Greizman should they have played against the Dutch on this same pitch.
I don't want the team to qualify for WC18. I'd rather a revolt and revolution and clean out the whole KFA.
As the saying goes "웃자고 한 얘기에 full 발기".
But now that you are at it,
LCS was a regular member of NT by LSW's current age.
PCY was only 2 months older than LSW when he scored 2 goals in 2 successive WCQ.
PJS was a NT member of 2000 AC when he was of LSW's current age.
LDG was younger than LSW now when he made an appearance at 1998 WC.
And LSW was as highly touted as Lee KangIn when he was of that age.
PSH not much less.
There is a clear pattern here. One has to be blind not to see it.
I hope I am wrong with Lee KangIn but he does not look too different from LSW or PSH.
As for the pitch condition, Park Wonsoon, the leftist and populist mayor of Seoul, probably was pushing for more access to the stadium by public and really screwed up the pitch condition.
Jung Monggyu, the little twat who wants to use his position as KFA president to achieve his political goals, probably chose SangAm to sell more tickets and generate more revenue.
Now he is about to become the KFA president under whom Korea fail to qualify for WC in 32 years or so.
Well good news is that the Uzbek's stadium apparently has very good conditions. They will look for other excuses tho.
Your posts are great man Keep them coming
You are also great because you pretend to know something while you don't.
Is Fector, Wargamer? Sorry I haven't been overly active since 2006 so trying to catch up.
@Fector, what were your previous handles here?
Haven't been keeping track at all with the national team. All I know is that Iran and Japan have qualified for the WC. So that leaves two more teams, right? Do we have a decent shot at claiming one of those spots?
The chances are there, but the concentration, determination, discipline, the overall hunger isn't there. No excuses on next week Tuesday, a must win and need to score more than one goal, if not then they can consider themselves watching the WC on TV next year.
Not if we play like we did against Iran. Draw will not guarantee a spot anymore bc of Syria..
Iran hasn't let in a single goal, unless the game is fixed the best Syria should be able to get is a draw, a loss is more likely. Unfortunately with our away record, even a draw against Uzbekistan seems a tall task.