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Discussion in 'Korean Players Abroad' started by Chingoo, Jan 13, 2017.
Did you just see Kwon's first touch and that pass? So nice.
How the ******** did they take Kwon off, he was the best player in second half -_-
Brilliant performance from him today, hopefully there's a video highlight for him.
My thought: he should only play AM, he can't defend. Also I want to see him more active with his teammates, when he started to jell he played better. I guess it'll like this because he's a new guy.
Bbanghoonie off at 79'. No doubt he made a good case for himself. He looks like he belongs and that's pretty impressive considering the timeline.
Kwon gets a lot of praise from the fans:
Also the commentators mentioned Kwon a lot throughout the game, he liked him a lot.
@Marco91 your thought on this?
I think he played well when he got more confident. He realized he belonged there and there's no need to play timid. In my mind I think he should play more advanced, sometimes I wished that he'd get the ball inside the penalty area because I knew he'll blast one in. His teammates usually couldn't hit the target.
Damn miss the game because of falling asleep. Sound like he is now picking things up in the French game. Glad to see the progress. I think he can find mid to lower-tier clubs if Dijon got relagated.
I'm happy about his perfomance mostly for this.
better than i thought to be honest.
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he forgot this one really nice run where he almost got an assist.
My favourite part is the 2:14 touch and pass.
few days ago i tried to think about one positive thing the senile one did for the national team. i gave it an honest effort and i couldnt come up with anything. forcing kwon changhoon into the senior team just might have been it
lee jae-sung as well.
lee jaesung was an established player and senileike doesnt even use him
Couldn't watch more than 30 mins but from what I've seen and what I've read, seems like he's made a good impression, which is very good from the timing. If he can keep this pace he will surely score soon. And if it goes really well, he could do a KJC and become the hero who saves Dijon from relegation in his first season.
For Dijon I guess it was a big point as it's surely not easy (for a club like Dijon) to defeat Marseille. Hope he can take a lot of motivation from this game and continue to work hard.
looks like he was running like a mad man. he probably got too tired
Wow I'm glad I was able to rewatch the highlights in better-than-potato quality. He had an even better game than I thought.
He really does remind me of PJS watching him on the field. The floppy hair, the all-action style, arms held out while he frantically runs around like a man on a mission. But his passing really is a treat. His long-range bomb at 1:30 was prime KSY-esque.
He did good vs a big rep club.
...did u catch the ignorant calling him japanese
Is he always so one footed? I don't recall noting such a bias in prior watching.
Nope, he almost gave an assist to Tavares with his right foot (wonderful action and cross as well). Can use both feets
Ok. Watched highlight after long day but the awkward KBK motions to go out of his way to use left foot was weird.
He played as right winger, wasn't out of his way really.
Oh I found his highlight:
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The run I was talking about started 0:54.
And the cross was with his right foot!
watching again, definitely some good right kicks... I guess I was picking on his strong preference to dribble left footed. But good thing he can kick both ways.
Yes, that makes Kwon less predictable.