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Discussion in 'Korean Players Abroad' started by Chingoo, Jan 13, 2017.
Dijon can't afford to play him right now, given the situation at the club...better for him to reset and start all over again from next season. I'm positive that these 6/7 months would help him greatly, he have to strugge if he wants to become a better player.
Even Park Ji-sung was shit in his first season at PSV, so don't panic yet.
Kwon doesn't have the luxury of Hiddink or ex-KNT manager as his club manager. If Kwon can't force himself into matchday, that's a problem. If the club gets relegated while they broke the bank to sign him in winter.. again, that's a problem. He was signed to help the team avoid relegation this season.
i think the club made all the calculations, as far as i know...Dijon is a well run club financially wise, although with little budget but well run.
If Dijon signed kwon, knowing that this move could potentially broke the bank...that means there are fools out there, and i don't think they are.
And again, hoping for Kwon to play the hero at Dijon is foolish as well...don't think the club expect that...even though it's quite dissapointing to see that he still can't perform.
they are if club gets relegated. btw, i didn't say anything about him being a hero. he has to help the team avoid relegation.. he needs make some impact, otherwise.. his career w/ Dijon could be as short as Hotaru Yamaguchi's time w/ Hannover.
He's somehow a unfortunate guy as he was rising fastly until the Olympic games came followed by his slump (if I remember correctly he got injured right before the OG so he wasn't 100% fit during the tournament as well). He needed time to come back in form as well as mentally stabilize himself. Maybe he would've gone directly to Europe if there hadn't been the Olympics. Back then it was summer and he was in better form than he is now.
Kwon started the season on fire, but that injury vs Pohang on june...ruined his form and we know the rest.
But it's not too late...
Never said that
I know...it's just that according to stupid comments on naver, he's already a flop...as if his european career is already over.
If there's one thing you can ignore are the brainless comments on naver.
Kwon played full 90' with the B team, but the greatest news of all is that Dijon managed to get away from Rennes with a point...while Nancy lost (1-2) to LOSC Lille. The current table sees Dijon 17th.
Match fitness, language barrier... whatever the excuse is he's just not good enough in the eyes of the coach for now.
No. They paid good money for Kwon, and that in the winter break too. Their expectations were clear, they were hoping to sign a player who could slot into the team straight away. He's failed to live up to expectations for now and training with the B team. He's not some kind of a future talent, either he performs or he flops.
Kwon back into matchday squad for tomorrow game vs S. Etienne.
Stayed on the bench.
Kwon starts, and no...it's not a joke.
seeing Payet is so weird...
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I think Kwon broke this guy's foot...
Kwon needs to work on his defence, but his passing has been on point.
Yellow card made no sense though, it was a completely fair challenge from Kwon.
He's had his moments, doesn't look out of his depth at all and his passing is accurate, although the stream is so bad it's hard to see much. Almost got a hockey assist with a nice cross from the left wing that led to a decent shot on goal.
Nice play from Kwon! Almost with an assist.
The commentator: Kwon is being useful, very athletic and explosive.
YES 1-0 before half time. Kwon played pretty well.
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FUKKKK KWON SHOULD HAVE GOTTEN AN ASSIST, BUT HORRIBLE FINISH.
Damn KCH just put his teammate in on goal with a first touch pass on the break but GK got to it a half-second earlier.
Payet evened the score with a FK (of course) and had an awesome goal celebration.