Ahn could be loaned to a J-League club temporarily

Discussion in 'Asian Football Confederation' started by Korean Football, Sep 1, 2002.

  1. Korean Football

    Korean Football New Member

    Apr 21, 2001
    U.S.
    Ahn, who is in trouble because he won't be able to play football at any club, finally has a solution.

    Ahn has to wait until the end of the year to start negotiating again. In the mean time, he could get loaned to a J-League club so that he can maintain his football "touch."

    http://www.hankooki.com/ds_soccer/200209/s2002090114243322510.htm
     
  2. casualfan

    casualfan New Member

    Aug 13, 2002
    when a player is loaned out, do they get paid?
     
  3. n00bie deluxe

    n00bie deluxe New Member

    Aug 31, 2002
    Wait, isn't the transfer window a FIFA thing? Or is it just a UEFA thing? And does it bar a LOAN or just outright transfers?

    Regardless, anything that gets Ahn playing is a good thing. It's a waste to see talent like that unused.
     
  4. jamisont

    jamisont New Member

    Jan 30, 2002
    The chance Ahn going to J-league clubs is very slim.
    Both clubs Perugia and Busan are still fighting for Ahn's right, and since all transfer attempts were failed, they gotta wait FIFA's decision.

    its just one of those rumor thing, probably Ahn's agent is just trying j-league clubs to see their reactions.
     
  5. n00bie deluxe

    n00bie deluxe New Member

    Aug 31, 2002
    I thought Perugia bought him outright after the loan last year. Is Busan trying to get him back or something? From what I know, Perugia has the rights to Ahn and they tried to sell him off to Blackburn Rovers, but the stupid-@$$ British gov. didn't allow him to play due to some rule about playing in 75% of the national team's games. That same rule spiked Alex of Japan and Qu Bo of China's chances of playing in England.
     
  6. Korean Football

    Korean Football New Member

    Apr 21, 2001
    U.S.
    not really. Busan and Perugia are still fighting over Ahn's right.

    That's one of the reasons why some EPL clubs hesitated. They didn't know to which club they should be negotiate with!
     
  7. Crazy_Yank

    Crazy_Yank Member

    Jan 8, 2001
    Matamoros, Mexico
    Club:
    Chicago Fire
    Nat'l Team:
    United States

    Ahn wouldn't have seen any playing time at Blackburn anyways. Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, Grabbi, and and their Spanish striker whose name escapes me at the moment are all better than him.
     
  8. crom80

    crom80 New Member

    Jan 4, 2002
    korean news papers are also saying he might be going to germany at the end of this year

    so its play in J-league for about two years then go, or wait til end of this year and go to germany.

    i personally want him to wait and go to germany
     
  9. Matsu

    Matsu Member

    Mar 28, 2001
    It isnt a rumour. Ahn already signed a contract with a sports management company in Japan. This was reported in all the Japanese newspapers today. I will have a story up on the RSN in a few hours.

    Of course, the contract doesnt guarantee that he will move to the J.League, but it DOES mean that he is actually paying money to someone, to try to negotiate him a trade to a J.League club. According to the reports, it would just be a six-month transfer agreement and he would be free to move to Europe after December. But I think this would be fabulous news both for Ahn and for the League. Especially for some of the teams in Kansai, signing Ahn could double their attendance overnight. It would be verrrrrrrrr. . .ry interesting to see what might happen to Kyoto Purple Sanga if they had Park and Ahn together in offensive midfield.

    At the moment, though, the two most likely clubs for signing him are Tokyo Verdy and FC Tokyo. Both clubs have the money, the exposure and the fact that he would be playing in Tokyo, which might be his intention.
     
  10. n00bie deluxe

    n00bie deluxe New Member

    Aug 31, 2002
    Wow. Great news. Let's hope things work out and he's out on the pitch and playing (for anyone!) ASAP. He isn't getting any better by not playing.
     
  11. Matsu

    Matsu Member

    Mar 28, 2001
  12. AmoebaCulture

    AmoebaCulture Member+

    Nov 25, 2001
    Andromeda
    Matsu

    Is Ahn popular in Japan? After the Korea v Germany game I saw these group of Japanese people all dressed up in the their Germany gear wating for the subway then the funny thing was when the train actually came the train was a Puma adverstisement with Ahn as the model. they all stopped talking and took pics with it so it made me think...

    is ahn that popular?

    "..double attendances overnight...."
     
  13. Matsu

    Matsu Member

    Mar 28, 2001
    Of course! He is a HUGE star in Japan.
    Just because some (note: "some") Koreans hate Japan, and cant say anything nice about Japanese players, you shouldnt assume that it is the same way in Japan. The vast majority of Japanese football fans are very interested in Korean players, and they consider Koreans "heroes" for showing the strength of Asia. There might be a handful of people who still hold a grudge, but as one of my Korean-Japanese friends noted: "For Koreans, doing better than Japan is more important than life or death. For Japanese, nobody could care less if Korea does better. They are just happy to see Asians doing well."

    After the world cup, lots of people went to Purple Sanga matches only to see Park Ji-Sung. Even people who have no interest in football!. As for Ahn, he is viewed as an idol by all the young women, and there have been lots of TV special reports about him, especially right after the World Cup. In places like Kobe or Kyoto, where the usual attendance is only about 9,000, Im sure there are at least an additional 9,000 people who would come to see Ahn. Plus, considering the large number of Koreans living in Kansai, I bet if Ahn went to play for Kobe or Kyoto, the attendance would TRIPLE, at least for the first few matches.
     
  14. AmoebaCulture

    AmoebaCulture Member+

    Nov 25, 2001
    Andromeda
    Matsu

    I'm glad to hear that Ahn is an idol in Japan!

    Of course Koreans still do hold grudges against the Japanese but I've seen numerous TV shows that said Koreans should start moving along even though all Korea wants is an apology. I, personally don;t hate Japan or regard them as the enemy but I won't deny that I still wanted Korea doing better than Japan. I guess only time can cure the bloodshed between the 2 nations.

    I just wish Ahn could play in the J.League even if its for a short period of time. Do you see it happening?
     
  15. jamisont

    jamisont New Member

    Jan 30, 2002
    Perugia loaned Ahn, then they could choose to keep him or not(to complete trasnfer, Perugia gotta pay Busan 1.6milion $)
    Perugia gave a notice to Busan on june 30th to keep Ahn but they didnt pay any money to Busan.
     
  16. JPFN

    JPFN New Member

    Aug 18, 2002
    it
    Supporters will welcome the fact that Ahn plays in J.League.
    It is because Good players makes a best league.

    Kobe discharged the foreign player of MF today.
    The ranking of the league of Kobe is the 14th place.
    In J.League, the team of the 15th place and the 16th place is demoted to J2.
    Ahn may go to Kobe.
     
  17. sameo

    sameo New Member

    Jul 13, 2002
    I don't think so. I know that some supporters of J-league clubs pass him with each other.
     
  18. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    I don't care less of Japanese people's reactions. I just feel it is injustice if Ahn has to goto J-League when he has scored WC goals against Italy, USA and Spain.
     
  19. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    [edited-KF], to be quite honest. [edited-KF]. I don't know why it just seem unnatural. Just show your true feeling. [editd-KF]. But I'm trying not to.
     
  20. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    Please, Ahn... why is this happening to you?????????????? You deserve glory, not this!!!!!!!!!!
     
  21. ASkenji

    ASkenji New Member

    Apr 10, 2002
    Sao Paulo
    I think that he cannot play an active part even if Ahn which failed in SeriaA transfers to J.League.
    It is a correct answer that he chose not K league but J.League.
    Playing in the league of a higher level will become an experience good for him.
     
  22. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    LOL.. Go ahead make my day.
     
  23. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    [edited-KF]
     
  24. JPFN

    JPFN New Member

    Aug 18, 2002
    it
    Japanese people are not South Koreans. Many Japanese are not disagreeable in South Koreans, and do not like it, either.
    Japanese people do not have different feeling to South Koreans and the people from Taiwan.
    Although it is a South Korean and is the people from Taiwan, J.League and Japanese people welcome an excellent player.
     
  25. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    Ahn should not goto J-League. He deserve better.
     

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