Flashback: Korea U19 vs China U19 highlight clip

Discussion in 'Asian Football Confederation' started by Korea_Fighting, Aug 3, 2002.

  1. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    Since Asian youth tounament is coming up in two months time, why not look at one of the most entertaining U19 match held this year?

    http://yoon.ilovesign.net/jjk.asf
     
  2. AmoebaCulture

    AmoebaCulture Member+

    Nov 25, 2001
    Andromeda
    wow this Jung Jo-guk dood is a lot better than I thought. Imagine these players in 2-3 years in time! That one dood that gave the cross to Jung Jo-guk when he scored the volley was pure class. That center was beautiful-better than some of our nat's centers. Also by the time Lee San makes his West Ham debut for the Primiership all of these players will be fricking AWESOME.
     
  3. Korean Football

    Korean Football New Member

    Apr 21, 2001
    U.S.
    the guy who centered it was Jong-min Lee.

    I think the clip and other U-19 clips re-show the typical Korean team; traditionally strong in strikers.

    Now, if we can only raise more mids and defenders, it would be great.

    I think we have too many strikers in the current U-19 team.

    Keun-chul Kim(Jubilo), was star striker/playmaker as well as last year's high school MVP. He was a star long before Sung-gook Choi and Joguk Chung became the stars.

    Then we have the Choi and Chung which we already know.

    Then we have players like San Lee(West Ham)

    then we have Jip Kwon(Cologn).

    We currently have overwhelming numbers on the striker position.

    Looking at the defense, I don't really see any players are par in caliber compared to the stikers we have.
     
  4. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    You made a good point KF. We seriously need good skillful defenders.
     
  5. Korea_Fighting

    Korea_Fighting Red Card

    Jun 17, 2002
    Do you know Jung Jo-Guk once played as centre back for his high school team?????
     
  6. Chachi King

    Chachi King New Member

    Mar 14, 2002
    Yeah, kicked them Chinese's asses.

    That put them and their so-called "rising soccer program" where it ought to be.
     
  7. oakydoaks

    oakydoaks New Member

    Apr 29, 2002
    Denver, CO
    Jip Kwon is not a striker. He's defensive mid. So he might as well become defender.
    And he plays for Koln (two dots on o) U-19 team.
     
  8. Korean Football

    Korean Football New Member

    Apr 21, 2001
    U.S.
    oh my bad. You're right although I don't think he'll be able to be a defender. He's a defensive mid/playmaker.

    http://www.kfabbs.com/ttboard/ttboard.cgi?act=list&bname=2006
     
  9. AmoebaCulture

    AmoebaCulture Member+

    Nov 25, 2001
    Andromeda
    goodness if we can raise midfielders like the japanese can it would be great. we always had the better strikers but if i dare say the Japanese have the better mids.
     
  10. Korean Football

    Korean Football New Member

    Apr 21, 2001
    U.S.
    Korea traditionally has good strikers

    Japan traditionally has good mids.


    Nothing new.
     
  11. otterulz

    otterulz Member

    Arsenal, Atleti
    South Korea
    Jun 20, 2002
    LIC, NY
    Club:
    Arsenal FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    That No. 9 on Korea is something else. He has the makings to be something special it looks like. China looked good as well. They had their chances it looked like, just couldn't capitalize.
     

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